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2023–2024 Florida Citrus Production Guide: Citrus under Protective Screen (CUPS) Production Systems

HS1304/CMG19by Arnold W. Schumann, Ariel Singerman, Mark A. Ritenour, Jawwad Qureshi, and Fernando AlferezAugust 15th, 20232023–2024 Florida Citrus Production Guide

Indoor Vertical Farming Systems for Food Security and Resource Sustainability

FR429/FOR360 by Jiangxiao Qiu, Haimanote K. Bayabil, and Yuncong LiApril 27th, 2020

Integrated Pest Management in Protected Structures I: Basic Principles and Scouting

IN994/ENY868 by Hugh A. Smith, Gary E. Vallad, and Bielinski M. SantosSeptember 19th, 2019

Protected Agriculture in Mexico

FE1124/FE1124by Feng Wu, Zhengfei Guan, and Kuan-Ming HuangDecember 7th, 2022Mexico is a market power in the US produce market. Protected agriculture accelerated the rapid growth and transformation of the Mexican produce industry. This publication provides a comprehensive overview and in-depth analysis of protected agriculture in Mexico to help understand this fast-growing sector and the driving forces behind its expansion.

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