Row Crops & Commercial Horticulture

Arkansas is a major producer of a variety of agronomic crops.  Besides being the largest producer of rice in the United States, it is a major producer of soybeans, corn, cotton, wheat, and grain sorghum.  The production of these crops is centered in the eastern third of the state but there are notable concentrations elsewhere, particularly in the river valleys of the Arkansas River (central Arkansas) and the Red River (southwest Arkansas).  Commercial and greenhouse production of fruit, vegetable, ornamental, and turfgrass crops are also economically important in many sections of the state.

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Arkansas Row Crops Blog | Cooperative Extension Service

Arkansas Row Crops Blog

The quickest way to access the latest news and recommendations from Extension specialists across all row crops, including corn, cotton, edamame, rice, soybeans and wheat.

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Center for Agricultural & Rural Sustainability (CARS) | Research & Extension | Division of Agriculture | University of Arkansas System

Center for Agricultural & Rural Sustainability (CARS)

Balancing the demands of community, agriculture and ecosystems.

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Water Resources | Environment & Nature | Arkansas Extension

Water Resources

Nutrient Management

Sustainable Water Practices

Irrigation

Locally Grown Produce | Fruit & Vegetable Harvest Calendar | Arkansas Grown

Arkansas Grown

This website helps potential buyers locate Arkansas producers through venues such as Farmers' Markets and U Pick.

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