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Commercial Fruits and Nuts in Arkansas

Fruits & Nuts | Commercial Horticulture | Arkansas ExtensionArkansas' climate allows for the production of a wide variety of healthy and delicious, high market value perennial fruits and pecans. 

Knowledgeable specialists and county Extension agents are available to assist you with your questions.  

Licensed Propagators:  University of Arkansas Patented Fruit Cultivars

The Division of Agriculture's Technology Commercialization Office (TCO) helps faculty and research scientists with the University of Arkansas System identify, protect, and commercialize intellectual property developed from their research or other university supported activities.

To set up a license to propagate fruit cultivars developed by the University of Arkansas, please contact: or Cheryl Nimmo at (479) 575-3953

University of Arkansas Licensed Fruit Propagators 
PDF maintained by Extension's Agriculture and Natural Resources

University of Arkansas Fruit Cultivars and Growing Information
website maintained by TCO; includes current and expired patents for blackberries, blueberries, nectarines, peaches, table grapes and wine grapes



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

    Assessing High Tunnel Production for Organic Berries | Center for Agricultural and Rural Sustainability

    Interactive Organic Blackberry Budget

    Interactive Organic Raspberry Budget

    Instructions for Interactive Organic Budgets

    Center for Agricultural & Rural Sustainability (CARS) | Research & Extension | Division of Agriculture | University of Arkansas System Arkansas CropMap
    View crops produced within Arkansas by crop, acres produced, and yield. Information for the entire state as well as individual counties.
    Ag Risk & Farm Management Library Ag Risk & Farm Management Library
    Information on production risk, crop insurance, enterprise diversification, price risk, natural disasters, legal risk, and human risk.
    U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) USDA Risk Management Agency
    The Risk Management Agency is part of the USDA with the goal of assisting producers manage risk through effective risk management solutions. The three divisions of the RMA include: Insurance Services, Research and Development (R&D), and Risk Compliance.
    U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) - Arkansas
    USDA's NASS Arkansas Field Office is operated in cooperation with the University of Arkansas System's Division of Agriculture.
    U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Economic Research Service (ERS)
    The ERS mission is to inform and enhance public and private decision making on economic and policy issues related to agriculture, food, the environment, and rural development.
  • Marketing

    Farmers' Market - Helena | Arkansas Extension Marketing Your Products Directly (FSA31)
    by Arkansas Extension
    This publication shows you how to market your products directly and legal considerations.

    Commodity Markets
    by Arkansas Extension
    This site provides various links to cash market prices, futures market prices, USDA reports, market commentary and analysis, and other market related analysis.

    Farmers' Market Vendor Guidelines
    by Arkansas Department of Health & Arkansas Agriculture Department

    Arkansas Grown
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    National Organic Program
    by USDA Agricultural Marketing Service
    National Organic Program page that supplies links for certifying agents, consumer information, NOP regulations and policies, producers, handlers, and processors, and state information as well as a link to the National Organics Standards Board.

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    Food & Farm Policy
    by Arkansas Extension
    The Agricultural and Food Policy webpages are developed as a resource to help users increase their understanding of public decision making by providing sources of information, data, analysis and news on public issues impacting Arkansas' agricultural and rural sector.

    Legal and Business Guide 
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    This book includes chapters on contract laws, food safety, food labeling, agricultural labor, business organizations and the application of the Perishable Agricultural Commodities Act. In addition, since the industry is also confronted by other unique challenges that directly affect competitiveness, it also includes a chapter addressing the marketing of various types of specialty crops and one discussing the third-party audit system.

    Farmdoc - Law & Taxation
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    Farm Labor Laws and Regulations
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    This site provided by Ohio State University gives a summary of labor laws and regulations that affect agriculture.

    Wage & Hour Division
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    The Wage and Hour mission is to promote and achieve compliance with labor standards to protect and enhance the welfare of the Nation's workforce.