Commercial Specialty Crops
Importance of Healthy Production of Specialty Crops
The growing of specialty crops is a very important sector in today’s agriculture production. For instance, specialties account for approximately 50% or more of the total agricultural output of many American countries. While some of the main crops include corn, citrus, sugarcane, grain sorghum, wheat, barley and various beans. Many of the specialty crops include berries, bananas, papayas, mangos, pineapple, tobacco, and forages. There are several others that are unique in nature in certain regions such as agave, coffee and avocados to name a few. What all do have in common is that they are all subject to environmental stresses and soil that lacks proper nutrition.
Formulated To Tolerate Environmental Stresses
A healthy layer of organic compost will provide beneficial nutrients as it breaks down. Our biofertilizers and biostimulants help with the management of disease and insect pressure and aid the specialty crop producers in the selection of the proper adjuvant packages to enhance the efficacy of the target. Another key issue when growing specialties is the need for the proper management practices in dealing with a wide spectrum of low to excessive rainfall in many different areas as well as a vast array of different growing conditions. Our products help balance and improve water retention while increasing plant productivity under all types of environmental conditions.