Agave is a perennial plant that has become a popular food.
Now it’s also a growing crop.
Now a new title is making the rounds in the media, and it’s called Agave vs. Honey.
The game is about a secret society of growers and the way they deal with their growing season.
“We’re going to be showing you a couple of ways that you can grow a lot of agaves in the home, and then we’re going go out there and start cultivating them,” said Agave Growers Association President Mark Riedel.
“So, we’re trying to show you the different ways you can plant them, how you can use them, and how you’re going be able to harvest a lot.”
The agave community is going to the field.
Riedels wife, who has been involved with the agave crop for years, and his three daughters are taking part in the game.
“There are going to probably be a couple more kids that are going out there,” he said.
Riesel says they will plant a small amount of agamis.
“I don’t know what it’s going to look like, but there’s a lot that we’re interested in,” he explained.
He says he’s going out with his family, and that he’s excited to see what they will find.
“It’s going a little bit wild, I guess, but that’s a good thing,” he added.
“And we’ll be having a really fun time, too.”
It’s unclear when the game will be available for purchase, but Riedes wife, Emily Riedeln, says it will be out by the end of the month.
Rieels daughters say it will take some planning to get it right.
“This is the first time we’ve done anything like this,” Emily Rieseln said.
“But we’re hoping that it’s not too much of a rush.
We’re not looking to just start playing.
We just want to make sure that it works.”
He says they’ll be going to field trials before the game is out.
Riveson is hoping to have the game out by November, which will be after Christmas.
Ridesen says he and his family plan to start harvesting by the time they go to school.
They also have a lot more agaves to go to the fields.
“That’s a little easier for us to do now,” Rideson said.
It’s also unclear if they will be able play at all in the fall.
“You’re kind of looking at the whole year, but then we might be able, because there are so many agaves going into the year, and we might just have to take them into the fall,” Emily said.
They are planning to have a few more fields up and running before they go back to school next year.