By a 400 to 20 vote, Republicans and Democrats approved the Emergency Citrus Disease Response Act, which allows growers to immediately expense the cost of planting new citrus instead of the standard 14-year depreciation period under the current IRS rules.
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Crop Production Services (CPS) has acquired the assets, including real estate, of Larry’s Chemical and Spray, Inc – a retail operation offering seeds, fertilizers, supplies and equipment for the farm supply and service industry. More about the history of Larry’s Chemical and Spray, Inc. and it’s acquisition can be found[…]Read More »