Cold Protection Stories

CitrusNew Cornell Website Features Climate Change Information
December 5, 2013
The site offers a searchable directory of climate change research and outreach programs at Cornell. Read More
CitrusNOAA: Drought Likely To Dog Southwest, Southeast U.S. This Winter
November 22, 2013
No strong climate pattern influence anticipated by forecasters. Read More
Cold ProtectionTracking Frost Protection With Monitoring System
November 20, 2013
An Arizona orchard uses a monitoring system to protect the farm from frost damage and reduce irrigation costs. Read More
Cold ProtectionHow To Protect Peaches In Chilly Weather
October 24, 2013
Keeping trees comfortable can mean the difference between a good or poor crop.  Read More
CitrusIn-The-Field Weather Coverage Expands For Florida Growers
October 17, 2013
The Florida Automated Weather Network is bigger than ever, with three new sites added in recent months. Stations added since April Read More
Cold ProtectionNorthern California Can Now Get Free Weather Data
September 10, 2013
The weather station data from the Nickels Soil Lab station in Arbuckle is now on-line and available for viewing via Read More
CitrusNew Weather App Focuses On Florida Farmers
September 9, 2013
Agricultural producers across Florida will be able to use their smartphones or computers to get real-time local weather data starting Read More
Cold ProtectionGrape Growers React To Deep Freeze
April 19, 2013
A warmer forecast has some Washington grape growers breathing easier. Record lows in mid-April meant long hours for some workers Read More
Cold ProtectionProtecting Winegrapes From Frost
April 19, 2013
In California’s coastal winegrape-growing regions, a spring freeze can be devastating. Tender shoots and leaves burn back, causing damage that Read More
CitrusUSDA Declares Primary Natural Disaster Areas In Florida
April 4, 2013
The USDA has designated six counties in Florida as primary natural disaster areas in three separate designations due to various Read More
Cold ProtectionTakeaways From The 2nd Vegetable And Small Fruit Protected Ag Field Day
April 2, 2013
The 2nd Vegetable and Small Fruit Protected Ag Field Day and IV Protected Ag Information Network (PAINet) Congress in Florida Read More
CitrusCalifornia Citrus Growers Prepare For Cold
January 11, 2013
The first, and likely the warmest, of a four-night freeze event occurred last night with temperatures dipping into the upper Read More

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Cold ProtectionHigh Tunnels Offer Real Competitive Advantages For Your…
June 6, 2014
Perhaps it’s time you took a look at what’s going on under cover. Read More
Cold ProtectionStudy Reveals Strategies Plants Use To Weather The Cold
December 31, 2013
Scientists identify how they believe flowering plants evolved to adapt to weather changes. Read More
CitrusWater-Saving Invention Goes Global Thanks To Primetime …
December 18, 2013
Florida-based agriculture businessman dives into the "Shark Tank" and gets investors to bite. Read More
CitrusNew Cornell Website Features Climate Change Information
December 5, 2013
The site offers a searchable directory of climate change research and outreach programs at Cornell. Read More
CitrusNOAA: Drought Likely To Dog Southwest, Southeast U.S. T…
November 22, 2013
No strong climate pattern influence anticipated by forecasters. Read More
Cold ProtectionTracking Frost Protection With Monitoring System
November 20, 2013
An Arizona orchard uses a monitoring system to protect the farm from frost damage and reduce irrigation costs. Read More
Cold ProtectionHow To Protect Peaches In Chilly Weather
October 24, 2013
Keeping trees comfortable can mean the difference between a good or poor crop.  Read More
CitrusIn-The-Field Weather Coverage Expands For Florida Growe…
October 17, 2013
The Florida Automated Weather Network is bigger than ever, with three new sites added in recent months. Stations added since April Read More
Cold ProtectionNorthern California Can Now Get Free Weather Data
September 10, 2013
The weather station data from the Nickels Soil Lab station in Arbuckle is now on-line and available for viewing via Read More
CitrusNew Weather App Focuses On Florida Farmers
September 9, 2013
Agricultural producers across Florida will be able to use their smartphones or computers to get real-time local weather data starting Read More
Cold ProtectionGrape Growers React To Deep Freeze
April 19, 2013
A warmer forecast has some Washington grape growers breathing easier. Record lows in mid-April meant long hours for some workers Read More
Cold ProtectionProtecting Winegrapes From Frost
April 19, 2013
In California’s coastal winegrape-growing regions, a spring freeze can be devastating. Tender shoots and leaves burn back, causing damage that Read More
CitrusUSDA Declares Primary Natural Disaster Areas In Florida
April 4, 2013
The USDA has designated six counties in Florida as primary natural disaster areas in three separate designations due to various Read More
Cold ProtectionTakeaways From The 2nd Vegetable And Small Fruit Protec…
April 2, 2013
The 2nd Vegetable and Small Fruit Protected Ag Field Day and IV Protected Ag Information Network (PAINet) Congress in Florida Read More
CitrusCalifornia Citrus Growers Prepare For Cold
January 11, 2013
The first, and likely the warmest, of a four-night freeze event occurred last night with temperatures dipping into the upper Read More
CitrusCrop-Damaging Cold Predicted For Florida
December 19, 2012
Harris-Mann Climatology’s annual Florida Freeze Outlook indicates a strong chance of sub-freezing temperatures as far south as Central Florida around Read More
Cold ProtectionCool Tool For Freeze Protection
October 22, 2012
Weather-related information is essential to Florida’s agricultural producers for making important decisions. Growers routinely monitor current weather conditions to make Read More
BerriesFreeze Factors For Blueberries
September 26, 2012
To meet the goal of harvesting a high-quality blueberry crop in the market window of late March to early May, Read More