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  • Shrinking agriculture industry fights to survive in South Florida

    In South Florida, there are fewer tomatoes, nuts and 'row' crops now being grown than there were about two decades ago. Meanwhile, nurseries are at an all-time high.

In South Florida, there are fewer tomatoes, nuts and 'row' crops now being grown than there were about two decades ago. Meanwhile, nurseries are at an all-time high. José A. Iglesias The Miami Herald
In South Florida, there are fewer tomatoes, nuts and 'row' crops now being grown than there were about two decades ago. Meanwhile, nurseries are at an all-time high. José A. Iglesias The Miami Herald

South Florida’s shrinking agriculture industry fights to stay in the game

April 16, 2017 3:00 PM