Emergency Citrus Disease Response Act to help farmers replace damaged trees, allowing a 100% deduction in the first year instead of depreciating the cost over 14 years.
UF/IFAS, Tropicana team up to test promising new, better-tasting varieties that can stand up to deadly disease.
Research shows the use of screenhouses may help prevent devastating disease from squeezing the life out of grapefruit, among other selections.
UF/IFAS Citrus Research and Education Center reflects on its past and is ready for big breakthroughs in the future.
Annual industry survey shows majority of growers plan to continue to press forward despite a wallop from Hurricane Irma.
Survey assesses impact of novel grove health treatment on yield one year after implementation.
With Hurricane Irma well in the rear view, growers and researchers hope to work groves back to a productive state as HLB rages on.
Cleaning up damage and small doses of nutrition the fastest path to helping blocks bounce back.
Flushing trees will give HLB vector perfect breeding ground.
When it comes to dealing with HLB, the ride can’t be over soon enough.
Growing citrus indoors can help protect it from the citrus psyllid and the deadly disease it vectors.
In order to grow, things have to change. Are you ready?
Company enters collaboration with Citrus Research and Development Foundation to uncover antibacterial and plant defense tools against the disease.
Riverside County has a storied history of citrus production and is home to California Citrus State Historic Park, which preserves the cultural landscape of the citrus industry.
Preliminary results of the unique HLB management method indicate many factors left to consider.
Education program focuses on managing the disease with available tools and tactics.
State agriculture officials taking action to assess and stop the spread of HLB.