How we grow
water, soil, land and air
All with respect for the resources that make the fruit possible
We grow in Southern Florida, across the Caribbean, Central, and South America. Mother Nature plays a dominant role in our farming. More...
Our crops need the tropical heat and humidity to grow. Crop diseases and pests also thrive in this environment. It’s hard to be organic, but we try, using organic fertilizers and sprays whenever possible.
10 years ago, organic seemed out-of-reach. Now we leverage what's been achieved. There can be significant limits, smaller volumes and season. But these too will evolve.
Brooks leverages and helps this evolvement along by working closely with the University of Florida’s Tropical Research Department. Brooks also has its own research team working on it.
Any fruit or veggie with a label can be identified as GMO, Non-GMO or even organic. Here’s how...
We keep up by working closely with the University of Florida’s Tropical Research Center, and numerous other entities to understand and to enact the best farming practices not only for what we grow, but where and how we grow it.
Brooks exceeds the Best Agricultural Practices set by the USDA,
Plus Brooks Tropicals has its own renown research team that has added to this knowledge database.
Not to downplay fresh and delicious, but at Brooks Tropicals top priority is given safe.
Farmlands dwindle while the population grows, all within an environment we can not nor will not ignore.