Updated USDA estimate holds serve again; hasn’t dipped since December.
Organization’s executive director says cutting-edge technology key to delivering brand message.
Defining cutting-edge sweet selections presenting problem for growers, processors.
Industry group warns that forecast may drop if fewer acres are taken into account in the drought-plagued state.
More UF/IFAS-developed varieties coming to fruition thanks to long-term undertaking by growers, stakeholders.
The Sunshine State’s signature beverage has lost its market identity. Industry group’s goal is to get it back.
USDA’s updated estimate keeps orange count in check at historically low total.
Not since the 1965-1966 season have production numbers looked so bleak.
Updated USDA forecast shows no change in orange and grapefruit yield.
Unique approaches and techniques being employed to sustain and squeeze more out of critical research.
Part of one of the richest agricultural areas in the U.S., Fresno County, has been quarantined.
Meeting to be scheduled for March to vet possibilities.
Overall orange production reduced by 5 million boxes.
USDA’s first forecast comes in markedly higher than pundits’ pre-season predictions.
Who says an old dog can’t learn new tricks? Not Bob McKellar, creator of the first orange maze in the U.S.
Natural gas buildup responsible for blast; no injuries reported.
Industry stakeholders are working on a rapid release model for processed varieties.