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Specialty Crops

The Specialty Crops Program at CSU empowers growers and producers throughout Colorado by supplying them with science based information to inspire innovation, competitiveness and success. The program collaborates with researchers both in Colorado and nationally to address the needs of specialty crops producers.

Happy September Colorado specialty crops community,

The CSU Specialty Crops Program invites you to our 2021 self-guided open house.  Please see the attached poster for directions to our research farm and a detailed map of all the stops. Address: 4300 E County Rd. 50, Fort Collins, CO 80524. We hope you enjoy the field day!

Wishing you all the best,

The Specialty Crops Team

CSU ARDEC South and Specialty Crops open house 2021 poster V3 Here are our virtual stops! (click below) Expand


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The CSU Specialty Crops Program is supported by the Specialty Crop Block Grant Program at the U.S. Department of Agriculture in cooperation with the Colorado Department of Agriculture.

Specialty Crops are defined by the USDA as fruits and vegetables, tree nuts, dried fruits and nursery crops (including floriculture and sod).

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