There are a number of profitable alternative world crops that can be grown in New Jersey to satisfy the demand for fresh produce by immigrant populations. These crops are suited to diversified small to mid size farms where high returns per acre is required.
Click the image to explore alternative crops by country or through the search crops feature.
WorldCrops, a collaborative project by Cooperative Extension of Rutgers, UMass, and Cornell, provides information on vegetables and herbs that can be grown in our region. Click the image to explore alternative crops by country or through the search crops feature. Contact Rick VanVranken for guidance.