UF/IFAS-developed imaging system will help identify problem areas in the grove.
New Citrus Research and Education Center director informs Congress of the dire threat presented by HLB.
Researchers find Asian citrus psyllids can travel further and more often once carrying the deadly disease.
More trees testing positive for disease within close proximity of original find.
EPA issues specific exception under provisions of Section 18 of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act for the use of product on up to 54,000 acres of fresh market fruit.
Citrus greening has been found for the second time in California. The California Department of Food and Agriculture […]
Funding approved in Florida’s state budget to bolster development of beneficial bacteria-infused product.
During annual conference, industry leaders call for an ‘all in’ approach to survive current crisis.
Following an Asian citrus psyllid (ACP) find in San Luis Obispo County in May the California Department of […]
Free program allows growers to multiple variables to determine the best pesticide to use.
Agency allows potential breakthrough to move forward for further testing.
Huge threat to the industry continues spreading throughout the Golden State.
Recent confirmed findings of the fungal malady forces USDA-APHIS to expand regulated area.
Asian citrus psyllid is found in Madera County – the heart of the San Joaquin Valley.
Florida Grower editor Frank Giles says the notion that laying out facts in defense of science somehow constitutes a grand conspiracy should give us all pause.
There is plenty of outside-the-box thinking being used today to solve longstanding problems. Are you up to speed?
Zinc-based antimicrobial stirs grower interest.