UF/IFAS FAST TRACK release model to speed up availability of varieties 10 to 15 years over typical breeding process.
Growers gather in droves in hopes to find silver linings amid greening worries.
Challenges mount in evaluating new selections in the presence of HLB.
Science is proving propagation method has more potential than pitfalls.
Providing the right environment for pollinators is key for successful screenhouse production.
Being open-minded about when to put your seedlings in the ground could lead to a more fruitful future.
The new variety release model from UF/IFAS is officially rolling.
University of Florida researchers have some encouraging results in the battle against HLB or citrus greening. They have […]
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