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.
Early research results show positive effects of Homobrassinolides on tree health and fruit production.
Unique biological control method could be key to keeping the vector of deadly disease in check.
Novel plasticulture approach can turn Asian citrus psyllids away from young plantings.
Biopesticide company donates $20K to Citrus Research and Development Foundation to help find a cure for devastating disease.
Despite still no cure for the devastating disease, the ongoing concerted effort to keep trees as productive as possible is beyond impressive.
Keep pesticide resistance at bay by mixing up your crop protection recipe.
National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine calls for both basic and applied research for short- and long-term solutions.
Growers and packers must meet several requirements.
All orange forecast at 45 million boxes, 35% off the previous year.
Nearly $17 million will support important research projects aimed at helping growers live with the disease.
Emergency Citrus Disease Response Act to help farmers replace damaged trees, allowing a 100% deduction in the first year instead of depreciating the cost over 14 years.