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Fruits & Nuts

Many different fruits and several kinds of nuts are grown in Florida, including pecans, grapes, strawberries, and bananas.

For information about citrus, visit the Citrus Research and Education Center website. For information about vegetables and herbs, see Vegetables & Herbs.

Budgets

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Diseases & Pests

UF/IFAS Sites

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Other Sites & Publications

Management

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Production Practices

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Specific Fruits

Subtropical Fruits
Atemoya
Avocado
Guava
Longan
Lychee
Mamey Sapote
Mango
Pomegranate
Sapodilla
Sugar Apple
Subtropical Fruit (en español)
Temperate Fruits
Apple
Blackberry & Raspberry
Blueberry
Bunch Grape
Fig
Muscadine Grape
Peach & Nectarine
Pear
Persimmon
Plum
Strawberry
Temperate Fruit (en español)
Tropical Fruits
Banana
Carambola
Citrus
Coconut Palm
Jackfruit
Papaya
Passion Fruit
Pineapple
Tropical Fruit (en español)


Specific Nuts

Nut Crops
Chestnut
Macadamia
Pecan
Walnuts

What We Can Help With

oranges - UF/IFAS Extension AgricultureAgriculture

tree over water -  UF/IFAS Extension Natural ResourcesNatural Resources

UF/IFAS Extension 4H Youth Development4-H Youth Development

planting a seedling in the ground   - UF/IFAS Extension Lawn and GardenLawn & Garden

Family Picnic - UF/IFAS Extension Family ResourcesFamily Resources

Field Day - UF/IFAS Extension Learning OpportunitiesLearning Opportunities