Scientists from Florida and California are on the case and collaborating.
Scientists identify more species of pests that vector deadly fungus.
Scientists find naturally occurring repellent that could keep disease-carrying beetles at bay.
Fleshing out of technology developed by University of Florida scientists shows what methods yield the best results.
Devastating laurel wilt disease now reported in 61 of 67 counties.
UF/IFAS study on luring, snaring the notorious redbay ambrosia beetle earns prestigious award.
Researchers vetting viability of commercial production in the Indian River region.
The economic impacts of laurel wilt disease management costly for domestic producers.
Study using multispectral photography helps scientists successfully scout out laurel wilt-affected trees.
Mobile technology provides smart scheduling capable of cutting water output in half.
Florida International University researchers team modern technology with man’s best friend to hunt down and detect laurel wilt disease.
University of Florida scientists believe fungi could be key to beating the red bay ambrosia beetle and laurel wilt disease.
Researchers partnering with FDACS and USDA on 24 separate projects to strengthen the produce market sector.
Though laurel wilt remains a top concern for Florida avocado growers, a new University of Florida study is cause for […]
The Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services (FDACS) has positively identified the presence of laurel wilt disease, […]
Florida Agriculture and Consumer Services Commissioner Charles H. Bronson announced the confirmation of laurel wilt disease in an […]
More and more, consumers want to know where their food comes from. Past attempts to legislate Country of […]