Florida citrus growers get USDA assistance
09/17/2014 3:46:48 PMReeling from a near decade-long affliction, Florida citrus growers can now apply for financial assistance... Read more.
Funds sought to fight citrus greening organically
09/10/2014 4:30:13 PMThe Organic Center has received a $5,000 matching grant from San Francisco-based RSF Social Finance... Read more.
UF recognizes citrus Extension educational efforts
09/05/2014 1:21:29 PMTwo University of Florida Extension efforts that help educate citrus growers have been recognized with... Read more.
California expands citrus psyllid quarantine in San Luis Obispo
08/28/2014 7:54:53 AM%Prompted by additional finds of Asian citrus psyllid, the California Department of Food and Agriculture... Read more.
Greening not likely to affect Texas citrus volumes, quality
08/25/2014 5:14:34 PMCitrus greening is spreading in Texas, but it shouldn’t affect the 2014 orange and grapefruit... Read more.
Greening establishes 'stronghold' in Texas groves
08/25/2014 5:15:45 PMCitrus greening has spread in three Texas counties where oranges and red grapefruit are grown, establishing... Read more.
Growers enlist thermotherapy to treat HLB-infected trees
08/06/2014 2:04:10 PMFlorida's citrus industry is exploring a new tool to combat greening: exposing infected trees to high... Read more.
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