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.
It’s been a miserable few years for Florida’s orange crop. And now to add insult to injury, California is gearing up to steal the sunshine’s state crown as the king of U.S. citrus production. Read moreRead More »
The Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service and the Texas Plant Protection Association have collaborated on a Flag the Technology program that identifies crop fields sensitive to certain herbicides. Read moreRead More »