Study shows vulnerability of the domestic industry with continued competition-related challenges and market share loss.
The precise development and simplification of fruiting units results in the most efficient canopy structure for harvest.
J. Scott Angle, the Senior VP of UF/IFAS, chose Andra Johnson out of six highly qualified finalists for the job. Here’s why.
See what 2021 Citrus Achievement Award winner has to say in our latest Q&A feature.
The sector has seen impressive growth and adoption rates in recent years. It’s time for a new approach to keep that trend going.
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That competitor over there? You might find there’s strength in working together in some areas.
Find out where you can learn more about gibberellic acid treatments and what they can do now to relieve stress for plantings racked by disease.
See how the Florida Citrus Research Foundation continues its support of A.H. Whitmore Foundation seed source block.
Ag industry stakeholders on alert as proposed hikes set to stymie production and progress.
An illuminated look into the alternative crop’s flowering behavior provides further guidance for local growers.
Crop damage assessments taking place in wake of major storm’s assault on the Bayou State and beyond.
Even the largest growers in the industry are seeking to make improvements, whether it’s through outside investments, acquisitions, or partnerships.
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There are lots of ways to educate these days. Jon Clements was an early adaptor of using video to spread the word. More should join in.
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Brad Turner has a passion for learning. His new focus: alternative means of growing Florida’s signature crop.