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Asian Vegetables Emerging in Florida series

Food diversity, nutritional food supply, and profitability are the priorities for Florida's growers. For this reason, a number of new vegetable crops are rapidly emerging: there are more than 20 Asian vegetable crops grown across Florida. Due to our favorable climate, these vegetable crops grow well and have high market potential. The fact sheets in this series each provide a general overview of a specific Asian vegetable crop grown in Florida.

Bitter Melon—an Asian Vegetable Expanding in Florida

HS1271/HS1271 by Guodong Liu, Qingren Wang, Yuncong Li, David Dinkins, Bonnie Wells, and Yuqi CuiJune 16th, 2022A UF/IFAS numbered Fact Sheet. in support of UF/IFAS Extension program: Plant Systems

Bok Choy, an Asian Leafy Green Vegetable Emerging in Florida

HS1337/HS1337 by Hai Liu and Guodong LiuNovember 3rd, 2019

Long Bean—an Asian Vegetable Emerging in Florida

HS1268/HS1268 by Guodong Liu, Qingren Wang, Yuncong Li, David Dinkins, Bonnie Wells, and Kshitij KhatriJune 9th, 2022A UF/IFAS numbered Fact Sheet. in support of UF/IFAS Extension program: Plant Systems

Long Squash—an Asian Vegetable Expanding in Florida

HS1272/HS1272 by Guodong Liu, Yuncong Li, David Dinkins, Bonnie Wells, Qingren Wang, and Yuqi CuiJune 16th, 2022A UF/IFAS numbered Fact Sheet. in support of UF/IFAS Extension program: Plant Systems

Luffa—an Asian Vegetable Emerging in Florida

HS1285/HS1285 by Yucong Xie, Guodong Liu, Yuncong Li, and Kati MigliaccioOctober 21st, 2019

Production Guide for Choy Sum—An Emerging Asian Vegetable in Florida

HS1380/HS1380 by Yanlin Wang and Guodong LiuSeptember 21st, 2020

Tong Hao—an Asian Vegetable Expanding in Florida

HS1276/HS1276 by Guodong Liu, Qingren Wang, Bonnie Wells, Yuncong Li, and David DinkinsJune 12th, 2022A UF/IFAS numbered Fact Sheet. in support of UF/IFAS Extension program: Plant Systems