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Catherine G. Campbell, Jorge Ruiz-Menjivar, and Alia DeLong

Campbell, C.G. 2021 The impact of COVID-19 on local government stakeholders’ perspectives on local food production J. Agr. Food Syst. Community Dev. 10 71 88 https://doi.org/10.5304/jafscd.2021.102.035 Campbell, C.G. Rampold, S.D. 2021 Urban

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Ellen T. Paparozzi

As a floriculturist, when I first decided to grow strawberries (Fragaria ×ananassa) in the greenhouse, I thought it would be a snap. After all, I could practice what I preach to my classes in that I would use all the sustainable growing tricks from floriculture, create a production time line and it would be ready, set grow. However, moving a field-grown summer crop into a greenhouse as a winter crop was not the same as moving a winter greenhouse-grown crop outside for the summer. Not only were the plants typically grown in lush field soil, but also the fertilizer recommendations were not directly translatable (i.e., parts per million nitrogen). The pesticides used were not licensed for greenhouses and of course, there were no clues as to schedules of what to do when. Finally, there were the mystery problems that occurred. With high gas prices and the interest in local food production, it seems probable that over the next 5 to 10 years, more and more fruit, vegetables and even nut plants will be moved into greenhouse and high tunnel production. The purpose of this article is to identify the kinds of information needed to make a “smooth” transition from field to greenhouse for alternative crops, like strawberries, grown during nontraditional seasons.

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John L. Snider, Vincent M. Russo, Warren Roberts, Elbert V. Wann, and Randy L. Raper

There has been increased interest in local food production throughout the United States ( Duram and Oberholtzer, 2010 ; Lapping, 2004 ; Lyson and Guptill, 2004 ; Timmons et al., 2008 ). Despite limited quantitative studies, some positive

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David S. Conner and Kathleen Demchak

, K. Hanson, E. 2013 Small fruit production in high tunnels in the U.S Acta Hort. 987 41 44 Foust-Meyer, N. O’Rourke, M.E. 2015 High tunnels for local food systems: Subsidies, equity, and local food production J. Agr. Food Syst. Community Dev. 5 27 38

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Valtcho D. Zheljazkov, Thomas E. Horgan, Tess Astatkie, Dolores Fratesi, and Charles C. Mischke

. 11 118 127 Price, C. 2009 A sustainable option for local food production. Fish Farmer 32(1) Edinburgh: Special Publications. 32 34 Rafiee, G. Saad, C.R. 2005 Nutrient cycle and sludge production during different stages of red tilapia ( Oreochromis sp

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Rhuanito S. Ferrarezi, Stuart A. Weiss, Thomas C. Geiger, and K. Paul Beamer

.S. Virgin Islands are also unavailable. Wholesale prices in Miami, FL, which presents the most similar climate, range from $12 to $13 for a 10-lb carton ( USDA, 2015a ). Local food production is encouraged to reduce reliance on food imports and keep food

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Baldev Lamba and Grace Chapman

principles and practices, including water conservation, local food production, and using indigenous, salvaged, recycled, or recyclable materials; 3) creating a hands-on learning experience for the students; 4) meeting the educational agenda of our exhibit and

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İbrahim Kahramanoğlu and Chunpeng Wan

-Bayo, J.D. Sher, Y. Ancona, V. Slinn, H. Achmon, Y. 2018 Elucidating local food production to identify the principles and challenges of sustainable agriculture, p. 47–81. In: C.M. Galanakis (ed.). Sustainable food systems from agriculture to industry. 1st

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Kristin E. Gibson, Alexa J. Lamm, Fallys Masambuka-Kanchewa, Paul R. Fisher, and Celina Gómez

producing leafy greens to promote local food production. However, indoor propagation for vegetable and ornamental crops is expected to increase in the coming years, particularly for greenhouse finishing ( Kubota, 2020 ). According to a whitepaper recently

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Robert F. Heyduck, Steven J. Guldan, and Ivette Guzmán

HortTechnology 19 25 29 Maynard, D.N. Hochmuth, G.J. 2007 Knott’s handbook for vegetable growers. Wiley. Hoboken, NJ Morrison, K.T. Nelson, T.A. Ostry, A.S. 2011 Methods for mapping local food production capacity from agricultural statistics Agr. Syst. 104 491