Scientists are tapping modern tech to streamline detection method for Asian citrus psyllids.
Donation given to University of California, Riverside will fund 2.8-acre screened structure designed to help safeguard trees against greening threat.
Mixing up control options proving effective to gain an upper hand on the HLB vector.
With groves bouncing back from Hurricane Irma, growers are ready to move forward and plan for the future.
Researchers and producers are looking at implementing cover crops, compost, and biostimulants to improve soil health in Florida’s signature crop.
Nearly 700 infected trees were detected in 2018, more than double the number found in 2017, though none – yet – in commercial groves.
Legislative victories for industrial hemp and citrus both bode well for sustained agribusiness in the years to come.
Fighting for farmers in the Sunshine State is more than just a job. Outgoing Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam knows this well.
Dundee Citrus Growers Association develops largest citrus under protective screen planting in the U.S.
With groves looking better, it’s time to keep the momentum going.
Economic analysis finds a high-density approach can pay off.
Annual report shows growers are planting and learning a new normal while living with citrus greening.
Rick Dantzler places emphasis on putting science to work in the grove.
Scientist has citrus greening in his sights, and he’s pointing an infrared beam of energy right at it.
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.
While the bedrock fundamentals hold true, growers and researchers continue to tweak fertilizer programs.