A new crop is defined as a crop or crop product new to an area.
New crop development is the adoption of a plant in a particular geographic place (for the purposes of production) so that it can be manipulated as a crop for the generation of some profitable commercial product (for the satisfaction of consumers) that has not previously been successfully produced from that plant in that region.
Do you wish to add information of your own? See New Crops Blog
This website provides information about individual plant species and advice about the process of new crop commercialisation, all structured around the following:
2. The Do Our Own Marketing Research short course
This course (DOOR Marketing) has been used by many small groups of people throughout Australasia to analyse the basic requirements for successful commercialisation of a new crop; what will be the major problems with commercialisation?
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