Annual industry survey shows majority of growers plan to continue to press forward despite a wallop from Hurricane Irma.
Survey assesses impact of novel grove health treatment on yield one year after implementation.
When it comes to dealing with HLB, the ride can’t be over soon enough.
Preliminary results of the unique HLB management method indicate many factors left to consider.
Attendees of the 2017 Florida Citrus Show convene to commiserate over current challenges, vet future wins via new varieties.
Mycoshield is a bactericide approved to take aim at HLB-infected trees.
EPA Section 18 re-issued for treatment of HLB-infected trees.
There are several trendlines to feel good about if you’re a grower in the Sunshine State.
Approval finally cleared for antimicrobial applications, and now growers wait and hope to see positive results.
Growers are betting unique crop protection tools will bridge the gap to bigger HLB solutions.
Fighting pyllids, better weather, and new varieties will hopefully bring improved yields.
Citrus Achievement Award winner Marty McKenna is optimistic about new approach to staving off HLB.
Latest study shows injecting tree trunks with specialized chemical treatment effective in holding off HLB.
Marty McKenna says if bactericides can help maintain production of younger citrus trees, it could have a huge impact on the industry’s future.
Industry stakeholders holding out hope for solutions to HLB through antimicrobials and even transgenics.
A long-awaited tip of the hat is deserved to everyone involved in bringing these materials to growers’ hands.
Foliar applications of three products can now be used to fight HLB.