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The Colorado Department of Agriculture’s Specialty Crops Program has awarded over $750,000 in grants to Colorado projects. The money was split into 17 grants. The purpose of the funding is to help make Colorado’s specialty crops more competitive. It allows Colorado to pursue a large variety of crops. Specialty crops include fruits, vegetables, seeds, greenhouse and nursery products and sod.

For more information about the specialty crop program, please go to http://www.colorado.gov/ag/specialtycropgrant.

The Colorado Department of Agriculture’s Specialty Crops Program has awarded over $750,000 in grants to Colorado projects. The money was split into 17 grants. The purpose of the funding is to help make Colorado’s specialty crops more competitive. It allows Colorado to pursue a large variety of crops. Specialty crops include fruits, vegetables, seeds, greenhouse and nursery products and sod.



For more information about the specialty crop program, please go to http://www.colorado.gov/ag/specialtycropgrant.

The Colorado Department of Agriculture’s Specialty Crops Program has awarded over $750,000 in grants to Colorado projects. The money was split into 17 grants. The purpose of the funding is to help make Colorado’s specialty crops more competitive. It allows Colorado to pursue a large variety of crops. Specialty crops include fruits, vegetables, seeds, greenhouse and nursery products and sod.



For more information about the specialty crop program, please go to http://www.colorado.gov/ag/specialtycropgrant.

The Colorado Department of Agriculture’s Specialty Crops Program has awarded over $750,000 in grants to Colorado projects. The money was split into 17 grants. The purpose of the funding is to help make Colorado’s specialty crops more competitive. It allows Colorado to pursue a large variety of crops. Specialty crops include fruits, vegetables, seeds, greenhouse and nursery products and sod.

For more information about the specialty crop program, please go to http://www.colorado.gov/ag/specialtycropgrant.

The Colorado Department of Agriculture’s Specialty Crops Program has awarded over $750,000 in grants to Colorado projects. The money was split into 17 grants. The purpose of the funding is to help make Colorado’s specialty crops more competitive. It allows Colorado to pursue a large variety of crops. Specialty crops include fruits, vegetables, seeds, greenhouse and nursery products and sod.

For more information about the specialty crop program, please go to http://www.colorado.gov/ag/specialtycropgrant.


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