Agrivoltaics (APV) is a promising new field that looks to double-up land use, combining solar power arrays with agriculture. Essentially, it tries to use the same plot of land for two different purposes without a corresponding drop in efficiency. So far, experiments worldwide have ranged from disappointing to encouraging, and the search continues for ways to improve configurations and cultivation. This article examines the crops that seem to work best with APV and what we can learn from their success.