Southern Crop

Southern Crop

Concerns Mount in the Sunshine State over Growing Rainfall Deficits

It ’s not called the “dry season” for nothing. But for most of Florida, this season has been quite arid, especially when you compare it to last year’s historic wet spell.

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Florida Citrus Granted New Incentive To Grow On

by Paul Rusnak, Growing ProduceOn the heels of learning about a major orange juice purchase from USDA, growers and Florida citrus industry stakeholders have more good news to grow on. A much sought-after citrus planting program has come to fruition. The Citrus Grove Renovation/Re-establishment Support Program, a $5.5 million initiative backed[…]

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