During the American Farm Bureau Federation Convention, Cottonwood, Minnesota farmer Carolyn Olson shared her expertise in organic crop farming. Olson sees potential for market growth. “There’s everything from vegetables and row crops to livestock that are being raised in the United States,” says Olson. “We cannot keep up with demand in our market, so there is room for more farmers to transition organic.” Among the challenges of organic farming, Olson says weed control is the biggest. There are several different types of machinery used, including rotary hoes, cultivators and flame and finger weeders. Hear more of the conversation.