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.
While the added revenue that comes with consumer segment trees is nice, an elevated risk of pest pressure cannot be denied.
Progress on numerous fronts show, for many, the glass is half full.
Experimental material forcing producers to roll the dice.
Barometer check reveals growing challenges for those ready to replant.
$200,000 nursery research facility has capacity for 12,000 experimental trees.
Since the early days of Florida’s commercial citrus industry, research has been a key component in the formula […]
Nurseries, growers, and just about everyone in the citrus industry with a pulse have been intrigued, if not […]
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 Florida Nursery, Growers & Landscape Association (FNGLA) and Florida Citrus Mutual jointly developed a survey of citrus […]
1. You’ve been in the citrus nursery business for many years. When canker eradication came along, how disruptive […]