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 […]
The process of evaluating promising new citrus selections is changing rapidly. In Florida, disease pressure and competitive forces […]
Since the early days of Florida’s commercial citrus industry, research has been a key component in the formula […]
The flurry of activity in the development of new citrus varieties has been fast and furious in recent […]
More than two years into a quarantine on citrus trees in much of Southern California, the Asian citrus […]
Nurseries, growers, and just about everyone in the citrus industry with a pulse have been intrigued, if not […]
If there is indeed strength in numbers, then the Florida citrus industry should be in good position to […]
New Varieties Development & Management Corp. (NVDMC) has announced a schedule of statewide grower meetings supporting the launch […]
Despite grower frustrations and concerns with tree decline and fruit drop, many — if not all — Florida […]
Growers considering an investment in new citrus varieties are requesting statistical information that is either unavailable or has […]
The November 2012 edition of “Citrus Nursery Source” provided a basic explanation of FAST TRACK, a new and […]
The emergence and availability of proprietary citrus varieties is a reality for citrus growers worldwide. Most promising new […]
The juvenility phase of new citrus hybrids and selections creates a frustrating bottleneck for citrus breeding programs. Breeders […]