Following weather-related gaps, buyers should expect lighter supplies to bring higher prices for Florida sweet corn and green beans.
IMMOKALEE, Fla. — Despite slogging through heavy early fall rains that disrupted plantings and kept growers from entering their fields, Florida grower-shippers expect fall harvesting to begin on-time as usual for most crops.
Georgia grower-shippers are preparing for normal fall seasons of sweet corn and green beans.
Knight Management Inc., a south Florida grower-shipper of sweet corn and green beans, plans to sell its operations to a sugar processing company.
Though cabbage, sweet corn and cucumbers are starting late, growers expect to begin harvesting other summer New York vegetables on time.More Packer Stories for Green Beans