Local growers may have a new crop opportunity if pilot project takes off.
UF/IFAS researchers seeking to breed, grow colorful cucurbits with dual purpose.
Whether it’s venturing into alternative crops or unearthing a new take on an established staple, embrace the possibility of finding success.
The essential ingredient in beer carries with it benefits beyond just bittering and aroma.
Pongamia might have a fit in Florida for its oil, feed, and other byproduct output.
No food going to waste in the name of science.
Research turning up the heat on comparing plants exposed to various cold periods and others to conditions typical of a Floridian climate.
Marketplace demand is bubbling over for fresh product. Tap into production and management skills sure to serve up success.
Growers say exponential growth can be sustained.
Several themes rose above the rest as defining for the Sunshine State’s specialty crop sector.
Farm innovation and alternative approaches to production front and center at 2017 Florida Ag Expo.
Scientists seeking to find if carinata can sustainably feed future renewable energy demands.
Let’s raise a toast to the bold producers and researchers who are taking our industry beyond previously perceived crop viability boundaries to places once figured forbidden.
When it comes to alternative crop solutions, something good is brewing in the Sunshine State. Do you have what it takes to tap in?
In California, is tea going to be the next blueberry?
Once exclusive enterprise continues to expand for more seeking to engage alternative crop endeavor.
Now is a good time for you to think about what new selections might pay off.