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Citrus Industry is NOT Looking Sunny….

The list of damages continues to grow in Florida after Hurricane Irma. Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam took an aerial tour of orange groves the southwest portion of the state.   Read more

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Specialty Crop Concern Feeds Need to Negotiate NAFTA Now

If all goes according to announced plans, by now, the administration has opened negotiations on NAFTA. In the months leading up to the July release of trade negotiation objectives by the U.S. Trade Representative’s (USTR) office, Florida Fruit & Vegetable Association (FFVA) and other industry groups, the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services,[…]

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EPA Sidesteps State Request For Update On ESA Pesticide Framework

EPA is sidestepping calls from state regulators who are pressing the agency on whether it will meet a year-end court deadline for completing the first three consultations under a new federal framework for assessing pesticides’ risks to endangered species after industry groups earlier this year urged the agency to scrap[…]

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Each State’s Most Searched Food Terms, Mapped

There’s something private about what you search for on the internet. Which is why when we find maps that focus on the differences between states, it’s always a treat to see data that captures what people are searching for. Of course, what you search for doesn’t define you by any[…]

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