Momentum carries over big time from last month’s elevated expectation in output.
A bump in projected Valencia production breaks long string of sobering reports.
Updated USDA estimate holds serve again; hasn’t dipped since December.
Related research also could lead to a new grapefruit cultivar as well as the creation of ornamental citrus plants.
Organization’s executive director says cutting-edge technology key to delivering brand message.
Changes include the authorization and regulation of new varieties.
EPA issues specific exception under provisions of Section 18 of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act for the use of product on up to 54,000 acres of fresh market fruit.
USDA’s updated estimate keeps orange count in check at historically low total.
Not since the 1965-1966 season have production numbers looked so bleak.
Updated USDA forecast shows no change in orange and grapefruit yield.
Overall orange production reduced by 5 million boxes.
Producers, packers, and suppliers view initial USDA outlooks as positive predictor for future.
USDA’s first forecast comes in markedly higher than pundits’ pre-season predictions.
Change made to supply consumer demand.
As HLB runs rampant, everything is on the table for Scott Lambeth when it comes to disease mitigation.
An increase of less than 1% puts a cap on rough production period.
Greening pushes production estimates further into peril.