Fruits & Nuts

Florida's subtropical climate provides a unique opportunity for production of high-value alternative fruit and nut crops for local and niche markets, and for off-season production of traditional crops during periods of limited supply and high demand. Some deciduous fruit and nut crops grown commercially in Florida are blueberry, chestnut, grape (muscadine), pecan, persimmon, and peach. South Florida's subtropical climate allows for production of numerous subtropical and tropical fruit crops including avocado, lime, mango, carambola, and lychee. More...

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Specific Fruit & Nut Crops

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Principles of Pest Management

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Nursery Sources & Production

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