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Perennial Peanut: "The Winners Choice"
Perennial Peanut Producers Association

The Perennial Peanut is a tropical forage legume which can be grazed or fed to horses, dairy and beef cattle, hogs, goats, sheep and rabbits.  It can be stored as dry hay or silage, and is substitute for alfalfa.  The Perennial Peanut Producers Association was formed to encourage the expansion of perennial peanut production, marketing channels and production technology.

To request this brochure or for further information contact:
The Perennial Peanut Producers Association
P.O. Box 1348
Live Oak, FL 32064
Phone: 386-842-5293
or
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
Mayo Building, Room 428
Tallahassee, FL 32399-0800
Phone: (850) 488-5100

 



Arbrook Rhizoma Peanut

Arbrook Rhizoma Peanut
A Perennial Forage Legume

G.M. Prine, L.S. Dunavin, R.J. Glennon, and R.D. Roush
Agricultural Experiment Stations
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciencs
University of Florida, Gainesville, FL
J.M. Davidson, Dean for Research

'Arbrook' rhizoma peanut is a new long-lived perennial, warm-season forage legume adapted to droughty sands of Florida and other humid subtropical and tropical areas. This publication was produced to inform the public about this hardy perennial forage legume.

To request this brochure or for further information contact:
Institute of Food and Agricultural Services (IFAS)
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL 32611
Phone: 352-392-4777
Web site: http://www.ifas.ufl.edu



Florigraze Rhizoma Peanut

'Florigraze' Rhizoma Peanut
A Perennial Forage Legume

G.M. Prine, L.S. Dunavin, J.E. Moore and R.D. Roush
Agricultural Experiment Stations
Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences
University of Florida, Gainesville
F.A. Wood, Dean for Research

In cooperation with the USDA

'Florigraze' rhizoma peanut is a warm-season perennial forage legume having value as both a hay and grazing crop. This brochure was produced to provide information on research results with the potential uses of this valuable forage.

To request this brochure or for further information contact:
Institute of Food and Agricultural Services (IFAS)
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL 32611
Phone: 352-392-4777
Web site: http://www.ifas.ufl.edu



 

2002 Florida Plants of the Year
The Florida Nurserymen and Growers Association
Woody Division
1533 Park Center Drive
Orlando, Florida 32835-5705


The Florida Nurserymen and Growers Association is beneficial to
both consumers and growers.  Purchasers of the Florida Plants of the Year are introduced to under-utilized, but proven Florida plant
material, while wholesale and retail sales increase as a result of consumer demand created by FNGA's promotion of the
selections. Pot labels, as well as posters and other point of purchase materials are available ensuring that the program is kept
in the public eye.  

To request this brochure or for further information contact:
FNGA
1533 Park Center Drive

Orlando, FL 32835-5705
Phone: 407-295-7994
Web site: http://www.fnga.org
  
 
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