The calendar is full of display day opportunities to learn, see, and do.
With even more variety selections available, information and communication are keys to success.
Producing fruit under protective screen is developing into a viable option for sustaining the Sunshine State’s signature crop.
Varieties showing HLB tolerance giving growers hope, sparking more questions.
Momentum for viable mandarin hybrids for Florida reaching a peak in the land down under.
University of Florida researchers are peeling back the layers to find out what’s helping specific mandarin hybrid hold serve against HLB.
Florida’s neighbors to the north are getting serious about citrus, for good reason.
Challenges to growth expand as vital research is in dire need of a home.
It seems many growers are more certain about their scion choices than they are about available rootstocks.
Gleanings from recent grower gatherings expose opportunities and possibilities in new variety development and management.
Unique supply challenges placing a strain on restoration of the state’s acreage.
Growers, nurseries, and industry stakeholders invited to review and discuss pros and cons of rapid release program.
From modern mandarins, to the latest allure of lemons, progression is palpable.
Now that the oldest trees in the rapid evaluation system are two years old, growers are looking for a barometer check on their performance.
Opportunity for enhanced data collection process at variety display days could give breeding and research teams a leg up in vetting sensible selections.
The pressure is on to develop a more HLB-tolerant orange.
New easy-peel, seedless varieties offer market potential.