Citrus Extension Trade Journals 2018

Trade Journals

Don’t let vine weeds trip you up (December)
By Ramdas Kanissery and Camille McAvoy
Thermotherapy’s effects on fruit drop, yield and quality (December)
By Megan Dewdney, Evan Johnson, Naweena Thapa and Michelle Danyluk
Taking technology to the grove (December)
By Ernie Neff
Stocking the HLB toolbox (December)
By Jack Payne
Research update: citrus under protective screen (November)
By Arnold Schumann, Timothy Ebert, Laura Waldo, Danny Holmes, Napoleon Mariner, Gary Test, Chris Oswalt, Rhuanito Ferrarezi and Ricardo Lesmes
Increasing yield through high-density plantings (November)
By Rhuanito Ferrarezi, Alan Wright and Arnold Schumann
Pesticide application methods (November)
By Juanita Popenoe
Enhancing citrus communication (November)
By Jack Payne
Effects of homobrassinolides on HLB-affected trees in Florida (October)
By Fernando Alferez, Christopher Vincent and Tripti Vashisth
What you need to know about citrus fertigation (October)
By Mongi Zekri, Davie Kadyampakeni, Tripti Vashisth,
Kelly Morgan, Tom Obreza and Brian Boman
Citrus Weed Spotlight (October)
By Steve Futch, David Hall, Brent Sellers and Ramdas Kanissery
Weather data when and where you want it (October)
By Jack Payne
Components of a healthy citrus soil (October)
By Sarah Strauss and Ute Albrecht
Fruit drop and HLB (September)
By Tripti Vashisth and Lisa Tang
Could HLB-tolerant mandarins be used in Florida orange juice? (September)
By Laura Reuss, Fred Gmitter and Yu Wang
How to handle glyphosate-related fruit drop (September)
By Ramdas Kanissery, Fernando Alferez and Ozgur Batuman
Pesticides and their effect on the environment (August)
By Garima Kakkar and Justin George
New planting options for citrus growers (August)
By Fred Gmitter, Ed Stover, Randy Driggers, Greg McCollum and Jude Grosser
Lemons in Florida: something new under the sun? (August)
By Fred Gmitter, Bill Castle and Jude Grosser
Going above and beyond (August)
By Jack Payne
Artificial intelligence for detecting citrus pests, diseases and disorders (July)
By Arnold Schumann, Laura Waldo, William Holmes, Gary Test and Tim Ebert
Using soil moisture sensors for citrus irrigation (July)
By Arnold Schumann, Laura Waldo, Davie Kadyampakeni, Rhuanito Ferrarezi and Chris Oswalt
Inside Spain’s citrus industry (July)
By Steve Futch and Ariel Singerman
Safeguarding citrus exports (July)
By Jack Payne
Alternatives to rootstock propagation by seed: differences, concerns and expectations (June)
By Ute Albrecht
Field testing of new HLB-tolerant scions and rootstocks (June)
By Rhuanito S. Ferrarezi, Jude W. Grosser, Fred G. Gmitter, Ed Stover and Kim Bowman
Cold-hardy citrus for North Florida (June)
By Xavier Martini and Peter Andersen
Tools for temporary gene expression in the HLB battle (May)
By Amit Levy and Choaa El-Mohtar
What is CRISPR and what does it mean for citrus? (May)
By Fred Gmitter, Yi Zhang and Jude Grosser
Pesticide safety and security issues (May)
By Laurie Ann Hurner
Continuing to contribute, even in retirement (May)
By Jack Payne
Current considerations for citrus irrigation management (April)
By Davie Kadyampakeni, Kelly Morgan, Mongi Zekri, Rhuanito Ferrarezi, Arnold Schumann and Thomas A. Obreza
Herbicide synergy for citrus weed management (April)
By Ramdas Kanissery, Brent Sellers and Steve Futch
Managing mites in Florida citrus (April)
By Lukasz L. Stelinski, Jawwad A. Qureshi and Philip A. Stansly
Gift helps citrus students succeed (April)
By Jack Payne
Foliar nutrition research update (March)
By Rhuanito S. Ferrarezi, Alan L. Wright, Kelly T. Morgan, Philip A. Stansly, Monica Ozores-Hampton and Robert Ebel
Living with yellow dragon disease (March)
By Tripti Vashisth and Christopher Vincent
On-farm readiness reviews help growers with Produce Safety Rule (March)
By Travis K. Chapin, Keith R. Schneider, Renée Goodrich Schneider, Jessica Lepper, Rachel McEgan and Michelle D. Danyluk
Youth give hope for the future of Florida citrus (March)
By Jack Payne
Outlook for postbloom fruit drop (February)
By Megan M. Dewdney, Tripti Vashisth and Ariel Singerman
How will Irma affect citrus canker management? (February)
By Evan G. Johnson
Integrated pest management in the grove (February)
By Juanita Popenoe
A special type of support for science (February)
By Jack Payne
Storm setbacks: Irma’s effects on UF/IFAS citrus research (January)
By Tom Nordlie
Tools for integrated management of citrus psyllids and leafminers (January)
By Jawwad A. Qureshi, Philip A. Stansly and Lukasz L. Stelinski
An inside look at Brazil’s citrus production practices (January)
By Stephen Futch and Ariel Singerman