Collecting and crunching data can make you more efficient and productive.
While the bedrock fundamentals hold true, growers and researchers continue to tweak fertilizer programs.
Bullet HLB combines disease management and enhanced nutrition to improve tree health.
Recent European Union court ruling a blow for plant biotech progress overseas. So what now here?
The proposed NAFTA fix provides no protections against unfair trade practices that have crashed prices for U.S. fruits and vegetables.
Local growers sound off on day-to-day issues that impact their bottom lines.
Florida Congressman Tom Rooney says bringing back limited earmarks would allow taxpayers to see their dollars come back home.
Strong market, ease of growing, and long life has captured the attention of some growers in the Sunshine State.
Some see the shared, cloud-based technology as the answer to rapid, real-time traceability.
We may live in the most prosperous and peaceful time in history, but it sure doesn’t feel that way in this 24/7 digitally connected world.
Standing up for and with producers of Florida’s signature crop comes natural to Tom Rooney.
University of Florida-run facility will tackle some of the biggest pollinator problems.
Novel plasticulture approach can turn Asian citrus psyllids away from young plantings.
Record rains force flow of toxic algae from overloaded Lake Okeechobee into St. Lucie and Caloosahatchee rivers.
The laborious process is problematic for users, but it’s the only game in town that delivers legal workers.
2018 Florida Grower Citrus Achievement Award winner Tom Rooney says voices from the groves carry loudly to Capitol Hill.
Annual industry conference attendees in good spirits despite tough year.
After Hurricane Irma took a toll on production, growers hope for better days ahead.
Organics are hot. Consumer demand and continued market growth are creating more opportunities for farmers.
Despite still no cure for the devastating disease, the ongoing concerted effort to keep trees as productive as possible is beyond impressive.