Weather, disease, and pandemic put a focus on the need to increase production.
Florida Grower Editor Frank Giles says there’s a lot happening in Florida agriculture, and much of it is good.
All senses are needed to pick and choose new fruit selections for the industry. Coronavirus continues to short-circuit that process.
Despite this year’s Florida Citrus Industry Annual Conference going virtual, there was still plenty of learning opportunities to be had online.
Citrus Achievement Award winner Steven Callaham weighs in on issues brought on by the pandemic and adjusting for the future.
If anything, going virtual has afforded flexibility in the field. So, what other advantages are there?
With tensions high during the coronavirus crisis, move to allow fruit into U.S. raises alarm. See what some are saying about it.
We don’t know what the full impact of COVID-19 will be on our industry yet, but early indicators show OJ has a favored status in Americans’ hearts.