HLB tolerance and solid market potential has renewed interest in this cold-susceptible crop.
A safe haven for hurricane-weary growers and suppliers, annual industry gathering promises to offer up a fresh start.
Research shows the use of screenhouses may help prevent devastating disease from squeezing the life out of grapefruit, among other selections.
University of Florida study shows sourcing produce locally has a positive impact on the consumption of fruits and vegetables.
UF/IFAS Citrus Research and Education Center reflects on its past and is ready for big breakthroughs in the future.
Despite a historic storm, growers are rehabbing groves in hopes of setting a better crop next season.
Several themes rose above the rest as defining for the Sunshine State’s specialty crop sector.
More than $1 billion being sought to address major crop losses due to Hurricane Irma.
Annual industry survey shows majority of growers plan to continue to press forward despite a wallop from Hurricane Irma.
Study shows web-based advisory system helping cut fungicide use without losing yield.
As lawmakers continue to debate ag labor reform, farmers must deal with the growing reality of a dwindling workforce and crops going unharvested because of it.
Survey assesses impact of novel grove health treatment on yield one year after implementation.
Scouting and quick action even more important where fumigation was skipped to catch up after the storm.
Growers, industry stakeholders, and legislators committed to recovery after Hurricane Irma shakedown.
Developing a few key skills will help you become a more effective member of the management team.
Learn how to identify, the survival and spread, as well as management methods for this winged pest.
UF/IFAS field day agenda set to deliver latest intel on production and promise of cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, and Brussels sprouts.
The time to act is now to correct an unsustainable path forward.
In light of what Hurricane Irma stirred up, now is a good time to review how well you cover your assets.
Enhanced rootstocks, along with better quality cultivars, are buoying the industry until the next big breakthrough.