According to Daniel Scott, a holistic approach is critical in mitigating effects of the endemic disease.
Funding to help find more effective tools and long-term solutions for devastating disease.
Anxious to find a cure for HLB, growers gather in droves at the Florida Citrus Show to learn the latest.
New, easy-to-use technology could help growers get a leg up on the disease.
Part of one of the richest agricultural areas in the U.S., Fresno County, has been quarantined.
Request for additional $18 million made after the latest crop estimate sounds alarm.
Still the hot topic, attendees to get their fill of greening info at the 2015 Florida Citrus Show.
With all the positive vibes seeming to flow from the Florida citrus industry, why is everyone still so nervous?
Finding the right balance between the roots and shoots is critical to disease mitigation.
Intensive management and new plantings mark priorities.
Day 1 of the annual two-day gathering in Ft. Pierce to provide a refresher course on HLB management strategies.
Probable suspects identified in falling fruit as well as tips to mitigate it.
Agriphar Crop Solutions’ Micromite 80WGS is also effective on several other citrus pests.
Growers widen their tactical approach to survive HLB.
New research identifies odors that could help in the fight against HLB.
First detections made of damaging insect in Santa Clara and San Joaquin counties.
Michael Rogers has been a central figure in Florida’s battle to survive greening.