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.
Biopesticide company makes another large donation to help fund citrus greening research.
There are a lot of challenges the sector is facing right now, but there’s also confidence in the ability and resources to take them on.
Scientists are tapping modern tech to streamline detection method for Asian citrus psyllids.
HLB-fighting tool would fit on traditional farm equipment like tractors or ATVs.
Mixing up control options proving effective to gain an upper hand on the HLB vector.
Nearly 700 infected trees were detected in 2018, more than double the number found in 2017, though none – yet – in commercial groves.
USDA grant to help fuel specialized studies of citrus under protective screen.
BASF’s Inscalis receives EPA registration, providing farmers with another crop protection tool.
Scientist has citrus greening in his sights, and he’s pointing an infrared beam of energy right at it.
Contrary to their older counterparts, young trees might actually benefit from a full serving of water, regardless of greening disease status.
Researchers are minding protective mesh experiments to help new plantings stay psyllid-free.
Bullet HLB combines disease management and enhanced nutrition to improve tree health.
U.S. Sugar, Texas A&M AgriLife Research partner to vet range of antimicrobial solutions for devastating disease.
Cherrylake and sister company IMG Citrus are implementing new technology to take its tree farm and the state’s signature crop into the future.
Local researchers provide nutrient recommendations for stressed out, greening-riddled groves.