Whether it’s industry acceptance or a business necessity, the number of operations registering to grow exclusive selections is increasing.
In the absence of methyl bromide, growers must dig deeper for herbicidal solutions.
UF/IFAS-developed imaging system will help identify problem areas in the grove.
New Citrus Research and Education Center director informs Congress of the dire threat presented by HLB.
A look back on the 2014-2015 citrus season reveals major economic questions, concerns.
For growers, buffer zones, noise ordinances, nutrient runoff concerns, and sinkhole threats all are factors heightened with nearby neighbors. Instead of trying to beat them, why not join them?
Effective control in the absence of methyl bromide requires progressive chemical and cultural practices.