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Although production costs are way up, Florida Citrus Mutual’s Mike Sparks says growing citrus can still be profitable at today’s prices.
Call to action from FDOC’s Doug Ackerman includes a reminder to remain focused on the essentials.
Official dedication ceremony kicks off a new era of relevant research.
Even in the throes of HLB, there is confidence growing in the industry’s future.
Researchers are taking a close look at the potential of using ultraviolet LEDs on the packing line.
RNAi technology could be an effective tool in the war with HLB.
Tree populations are on the decline, calling for action to reverse the trend.
Company steps up to stake a claim in the future.
Updated forecast from USDA reveals continued problems with early and mid-season orange varieties.
Collaboration includes recommendations for long-term coexistence.
Ron Muraro made his mark helping growers build sound budgets.
UF/IFAS FAST TRACK release model to speed up availability of varieties 10 to 15 years over typical breeding process.
Editor Frank Giles recalls how Stan Carter left us with a real legacy of protecting one of Florida’s most revered resources.
COO of family’s citrus farm oversees 5,500 acres of orange groves, active in citrus industry organizations.
Challenges mount in evaluating new selections in the presence of HLB.
Science is proving propagation method has more potential than pitfalls.