Re-Tooling for Alternative Agricultural Enterprises

Year Funded




Project will provide instruction, evidence, and experience in crop production techniques by providing training in alternative and specialty crops. The project will provide training on using plastic mulch and irrigation systems as well as providing a subsidy to 64 growers each year over two years. It is anticipated that this type of cultivation will yield five times as much as bare ground crops.

Keith Baldwin
NC A&T State University PO Box 21928 Greensboro, NC 27420