While only a 1% gain, a marked improvement over the previous month’s 4 million box drop.
Call to action from FDOC’s Doug Ackerman includes a reminder to remain focused on the essentials.
The investment further increases the Tribe’s juice and fruit portfolio.
USDA stats show struggling Valencia crop accounting for ugly update.
Open letter to show producers addresses claims made about orange juice during a recent broadcast.
Gov. Rick Scott reappoints one and adds two new leaders.
Even in the throes of HLB, there is confidence growing in the industry’s future.
Tree populations are on the decline, calling for action to reverse the trend.
Company steps up to stake a claim in the future.
Updated forecast from USDA reveals continued problems with early and mid-season orange varieties.
Namesakes behind Kennedy Groves and United Indian River Packers divesting all assets related to century-old industry legacy.
UF/IFAS FAST TRACK release model to speed up availability of varieties 10 to 15 years over typical breeding process.
All hands on deck needed as fruit yields dip further into danger zone.
Producers are increasing the pressure on the scientific community to come up with results for the millions of dollars being invested in research.
For the first time this season, official estimate from USDA isn’t a downgrade from initial prediction.
Growers gather in droves in hopes to find silver linings amid greening worries.
The Florida Department of Citrus is ready to set the record straight and mitigate any negative perceptions.