We have listed here a few older resources (pdfs) you may find interesting–many of which would be hard or impossible to find except for their listing here.
Most often, the quickest way to find the most up-to-date information about growing fruiting plants in Florida is to access the University of Florida’s Electronic Data Information Source, an official reference resource comprised of more than 4000 print and electronic publications approved by the University and the Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences.
U.S. Army Survival Manual – Edible and Medicinal Plants
SPECIFIC FRUITING PLANTS
Pawpaw – A Tropical Fruit for Temperate Climates, a publication of ATTRA, Sustainable Agriculture Program, managed by the National Center for Appropriate Technology (NCAT).
Cold ProtectionCompost TeaGenetic Engineering of Crop Plants – What Farmers Need to Know About Transgenic CropsGibberellic Acid for Fruit Set and Seed GerminationGrowing Dooryard Citrus