Study looks at what it takes to get the crop established in the Sunshine State.
Scientists in the Sunshine State and beyond seeking to brew up a variety with shorter photoperiod requirements.
Harvest numbers reach new heights for beer’s No. 1 bud.
Versatility of the alternative crop is allowing growers, brewers, and other retailers to crack open new opportunities.
Shifting sands aside, there’s opportunity in having to adjust your farm’s game plan.
Private investor steps up to sponsor first phase of research project vetting alternative crop and cropping systems in the state.
The alternative crop is finding its niche among growers and consumers in the Sunshine State.
An organic blueberry patch has turned into a haven for all things blue in the fruiting world — and a great teaching tool for consumers, other growers, and Extension educators alike.
Farm trial sites chosen while interest continues to grow around the alternative crop.
Want to expand your growing operation’s offerings? You might need to look up, or even down for solutions.
Strong market, ease of growing, and long life has captured the attention of some growers in the Sunshine State.
Light treatment studies expose potential for significant growth and yield increase of the alternative crop.
New finding shows root-knot nematodes could sap strength from beer crop.
Researchers vetting fragrant, flavorful alternative crop for commercial production possibility.
Measure included in proposed piece of legislation would provide the plant legalized status.
UF/IFAS researchers are prepping to make room for, plant, and track the progress of what could become a cash crop for the state.
Experiment shines light and turns up the heat on varieties exposed to extended photoperiod and cold storage conditions.