See what challenges in Tallahassee have turned into future opportunity on the state’s farming front.
Learn how 2019 Citrus Achievement Award winner Bob Behr is planning for the future and fighting for orange juice.
Deal between Citrus Research and Development Foundation and University of Florida will allow the Foundation to continue to operate as it had since its inception in 2009.
Join the conversation as a new committee leads the charge to developing new varieties in the wake of an HLB endemic.
Citrus growers on alert as first-ever find of lebbeck mealybug in commercial grove reported.
Governor signs bill into law, establishing new state program for the alternative crop.
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Despite uncertainty, the industry continues to seek new venues to rebuild and outflank HLB.
Industry committee endorses voluntary methods for citrus growers’ response to the deadly disease.
While the Sunshine State preps to add another alternative crop to its commercial agriculture mix, there is plenty food for thought.
FDA updates FAQ section to include additional answers to questions relating to the Produce Safety Rule.
The latest Census of Agriculture breaks down what many Florida growers already know: Large farms are getting larger and small farms are shrinking.
Updated USDA crop estimate reveals slight decrease as the 2018-2019 campaign nears finish line; still reasons for industry to look up.
Biopesticide company makes another large donation to help fund citrus greening research.
If you want to be heard by a younger or older generation, learn how to speak so they listen.
Projects at several land-grant universities look to develop devices, systems, and methods to increase efficiencies on the farm.
Special report download highlights trends and opportunities in specialty markets, row crops, and more.