Asparagus has few pest or disease problems and can be grown without artificial pesticides, making it a relatively easy crop to grow organically. Good weed management, particularly during establishment, is essential to promote healthy growth and satisfactory yield and quality.
Peterson Farms began processing tart cherries off our own farms in 1984. Our growth over the past years now allows us to market over 125 million pounds of frozen fruits and asparagus each year along with 5 million gallons of single strength apple juice/cider and juice concentrates.
Sociedad Agrícola Drokasa. S.A. – AGROKASA- is a company established in 1996 as part of Corporación Drokasa S.A., a family business group founded in 1951. A leader in the production and distribution of pharmaceutical products and consumer goods, the group’s entry into agribusiness was a direct response to increased globalization trends.
Somos un grupo de empresarios que, desde 1997, trabaja en el Perú afianzando su enorme potencial agro-exportador. Nuestro propósito es demostrarle al mundo la riqueza de nuestra tierra y sus frutos a través de Agrícola Chapi. Por ello, exportamos productos agrícolas frescos y de calidad hacia los mercados más exigentes de Europa, Estados Unidos, Asia y Australia.
23 años de experiencia nos respaldan en la elaboración y comercialización de productos alimenticios de alta calidad que se distribuyen en los mercados mas exigentes a nivel mundial. Esto convierte a Agroindustrias AIB en una empresa líder del sector agroindustrial.
CAMPOSOL is the leading agroindustrial company in Peru and the largest exporter of asparagus in the world. The company owns all the fields where its products are planted and harvested, having total control of the growing, harvesting and packing phases of its final products.
The lines of CAMPOSOL products include: Asparagus, Piquillo Peppers, Avocados, Mangoes and Grapes, which are packed fresh, frozen or canned, and exported to our world markets.
The purpose of this book is to provide the best and most up-to-date information available for commercial vegetable growers in the southeastern US: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina and Virginia. These recommendations are suggested guidelines for production in the above states. Factors such as markets, weather, and location may warrant modifications and/or different practices or planting dates not specifically mentioned in this book.
Southeastern Vegetable Extension Workers (SEVEW) Group