HLB continues to hammer away at not only the health of trees and fruit, but also industry infrastructure.
The path to survival is paved with passion and perseverance.
It is hard to get your head around just how to react and what to say in this kind of situation.
Annual survey shows interest in breakthroughs becoming more intense.
Stakeholders edge closer to much anticipated treatments for HLB.
H.J. Baker says product aims to improve root density and nutrient uptake.
Multiple studies that include using a gene from a member of the mustard plant family are proving fruitful in not only resisting HLB, but also possibly black spot and canker.
California Citrus Mutual and the Citrus Research Board to hold citrus greening meeting Dec. 1 at the Visalia Convention Center.
A tweak to the IRS code is designed to increase slumping production.
Florida Citrus Mutual’s Mike Sparks appreciative of organization’s drive to keep the state’s signature crop alive.
Annual report reveals marked decrease in nursery output.
Scientists find efficient way to effectively kill HLB’s vector via insecticide-infused microscopic molecules.
Grower tenacity and scientific breakthroughs are key elements behind bold prediction.
Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam believes the innovation of industry stakeholders will produce a solution to HLB.
A trio of the state’s top producers look back on 10 years and search for the path forward.
After a decade, the Sunshine State’s citrus industry perseveres in the face of disease.
A recent story in the Los Angeles Times highlights some of the new research being conducted in the […]