Florida Production Budgets and Agribusiness Analysis

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Title:
Florida Production Budgets and Agribusiness Analysis
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Fact Sheet
Creator:
Smith, Scott A.
Publisher:
University of Florida Cooperative Extension Service, Institute of Food and Agriculture Sciences, EDIS
Place of Publication:
Gainesville, Fla.
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Collected for University of Florida's Institutional Repository by the UFIR Self-Submittal tool. Submitted by Melanie Mercer.
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Published
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"Published May 2007. Reviewed Febraury 2011"
General Note:
"FE688"

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University of Florida Institutional Repository
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University of Florida
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All rights reserved by the submitter.
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IR00004163:00001


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Scott A. Smith2

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Florida Production Budgets and Agribusiness Analysis 3 All available commodity budgets. ALL AVAILABLE COMMODITY BUDGETS CITRUS Central Florida Indian River Southwest Contact person(s): Ron Muraro, Citrus Research and Education Center (CREC), Lake Alfred, FL FIELD CROPS Dryland Corn Peanuts Tobacco, Flue Cured Irrigated Corn Peanuts, Irrigated Tobacco, Hand Harvested Strip Till Corn Peanuts, Additional Acreage Tobacco, Mechanical Cotton, Conventional Sorghum Wheat, Intensively Managed Cotton, RR Dryland Sorghum, Double-Cropped Wheat Cotton, Strip Till, Bt RR DrylandSoybeans Cotton, Strip Till, Bt Irrigated Soybeans, Double-Cropped Contact person(s): Tim Hewitt or John Smith, North Florida Research and Education Center, Marianna, FL FORAGE CROPS NORTH FLORIDA Aeschyno Oats Rye on Bahia Alfalfa Hay Pearl Millet Rye-Ryegrass Bahai Perennial Peanut Rye-Ryegrass-Clover Bermuda Red Clover Star-Limpos-Digitgrass Crimson Clover Rhodes Grass Sorghum-Sudan Millet Ryegrass Contact person(s): Tim Hewitt or John Smith, North Florida Research and Education Center (NFREC), Marianna SOUTH FLORIDA Bahia, Establishment on Native/Flatwood Bahia, Establishment on Previous Established Bahia, Growing Costs Digit, Star, Bermuda, Establishment on Native/Flatwood Digit, Star, Bermuda, Establishment on Previous Established Digit, Growing Cost Star, Bermuda, Growing Cost Limpo, Establishment on Native/Flatwood Limpo, Establishment on Previous Established Limpo, Growing Cost Contact person(s): Scott Smith, Food and Resource Economics Department, University of Florida-Gainesville

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Florida Production Budgets and Agribusiness Analysis 4 All available commodity budgets. FRUITS AND NUTS Blackberries Bunch Grapes Peaches Blueberries Muscadine Grapes Pecans Contact person(s): Tim Hewitt or John Smith, North Florida Research and Education Center (NFREC), Marianna LIVESTOCK Cattle Contact person(s): Tim Hewitt or John Smith, North Florida Research and Education Center (NFREC), Marianna ORNAMENTAL NURSERIES WOODY ORNAMENTAL: Container-Grown Field-Grown OTHER: Tropical Foliage Flowering Plants Contact person(s): Alan Hodges, Food and Resource Economicis Department, University of Florida-Gainesville TROPICAL FRUIT AND VEGETABLES FRUIT CROPS Avocado Guava Melon Banana Lemon-Lime Orange Carambola Longan Papaya Cherry Lychee Pineapple Fig Mamey Sapote Strawberry Grape Mandarin Grapefruit Mango VEGETABLES Asparagus Cucumber Table Potato Bell Pepper Garlic Spinach Bush Bean Leek Summer Squash Cabbage Lettuce Sweet Corn Carrot Onion Tomato Celery Pea Contact person(s): Scott Smith or Edward "Gilly" Evans Smith: Food and Resource Economics Department, University of Florida-Gainesville Evans: Tropical Research and Education Center (TREC), Homestead

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Florida Production Budgets and Agribusiness Analysis 5 All available commodity budgets. VEGETABLES NORTH FLORIDA Bell Pepper Okra Squash Cantaloupe Onion Sweeet Corn Collard Green Snap Bean Tomato Cucumber (on Plastic) Southern Pea Watermelon Lima Bean Contact person(s): Tim Hewitt or John Smith, North Florida Research and Education Center, Marianna CENTRAL & SOUTH FLORIDA Bush Bean Eggplant Summer Squash Cabbage Green Pepper Strawberry Sweet Corn Chip Potato Tomato Cucumber Table Potato Watermelon Contact person(s): Scott Smith, Food and Resource Economics Department, University of Florida-Gainesville