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.
Gift given in honor of the late G. Edwin Albritton.
Grief from greening takes a big bite out of latest USDA forecast.
USDA projects a 3% drop from its already modest initial estimate for 2013-2014.
USDA’s initial estimates reflect effects of HLB.
Delayed by the government shutdown, initial 2013-2014 USDA estimate now set for Nov. 8.
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Sun Pacific details plans for nation’s best known fruit brand.