North Florida and South Georgia citrus plantings offer some advantages, but it comes with a risk.
Stakeholder participation in these gatherings is an industry commitment that’s time well spent.
When it comes to planting decisions, there’s no substitute for walking the groves.
Join the conversation as a new committee leads the charge to developing new varieties in the wake of an HLB endemic.
Unique late-season, seedless Mediterranean triploid is now an option for Florida citrus producers.
Despite challenges, all phases of the industry are working toward a brighter future.
When will ‘Ruby’ Valencia be ready to shine in the citrus marketplace?
Florida growers will have several chances to get an up-close look at the first entry into the latest UF/IFAS FAST TRACK model for fresh selections.
For local producers interested in trialing the latest selections in their grove, opportunity may come knocking this spring.
Florida budwood registration staff continues to focus on safe plant material for local growers.
Nurseries, growers, and researchers are working hard to learn how to restore the short fruit supply created by HLB.
Keeping tabs on the latest on crop insurance updates will help you and your operation stay ahead of the game.
H-2A can help you with your seasonal employment needs. Here are a few basics to help you decide if this program is right for you.
Current market forces and economics continue to drive the business.
Growers’ needs being considered in design for unique scion trial grove.
Dr. Richard Beeson’s contributions have positively impacted the industry that sustains the state’s signature crop.