Crop Rotation Systems for High-Value, Cool-Season Vegetables in the Southern United States
Sam Kaninda Tshikala,
Esendugue Greg Fonsah,
Elizabeth Little and
Journal of Food Distribution Research, 2018, vol. 49, issue 1
Demand for organic food has increased tremendously over the last decade in the United States. In the Southeast, high demand for organic food has sparked interest in organic production techniques among conventional vegetable growers and put increasing demand on existing organic growers. However, little information is available on profitable organic vegetable crops suitable for the region. This study analyzes crop rotation systems for high-value, cool-season vegetables to develop production and economic models to help growers increase profit and reduce risk.
Keywords: Agricultural and Food Policy; Food Consumption/Nutrition/Food Safety; Food Security and Poverty (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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