By RUTH BORGER APOPKA, Fla. --- Florida citrus growers may have a new tool to help them slow the presence of citrus greening in already
OJ is not only good for you, but good for all of us By Michael E. Rogers Professor and Center Director UF/IFAS Citrus Research and
By RUTH BORGER LAKE ALFRED, Fla.--- Looking for news that you can use now to improve citrus grove management? Six new presentations from
By: Mike Loizzo A team of UF/IFAS researchers is looking into how changes in soil health impact citrus and other sub-tropical tree crops.
Parasitic nematodes cause $125 billion in agricultural damage around the world each year, but University of Florida scientists hope to
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