Scientific progress and fortitude helping the Sunshine State’s signature crop and its producers grow stronger amid adversity.
Despite still having mounds of wood to chop, grower, federal, and state programs collectively are making a dent.
A group effort is necessary to forge ahead.
Job No. 1 at Florida Citrus Mutual is working to uncover, create, or publicize incentive programs designed to mitigate the risk and give growers a financial nudge and the confidence to plant trees.
Program could help eliminate these havens of HLB bacteria and psyllids.
The path to survival is paved with passion and perseverance.
Florida Citrus Mutual’s Mike Sparks appreciative of organization’s drive to keep the state’s signature crop alive.
Positive alignment of numerous programs give reason for optimism.
Although production costs are way up, Florida Citrus Mutual’s Mike Sparks says growing citrus can still be profitable at today’s prices.
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