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UF/IFAS Citrus Research and Education Center

Extension Publications - Trade Journals 2024


Integrating antibiotics into a broader management plan for HLB (May)
By Lukasz Stelinski, Eric Roldan and Kirsten Pelz-Stelinski
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The effect of soil pH on nutrient availability (April)
By Chris Oswalt
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New center to accelerate HLB solutions (January)
By J. Scott Angle
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Taking available tools to the grove (January)
Acknowledgments: Ute Albrecht, Tripti Vashisth and Fernando Alferez
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Starting in the grove to find new HLB therapies (January)
By Randall P. Niedz, Guilherme Locatelli, Nick Larson,
Lorenzo, Rossi, Ellen Cochrane and Michelle Heck
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Extension Publications - Trade Journals 2023


Citrus acreage attrition by county in Florida (December)
By Ariel Singerman
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Food Traceability Rule: Overview and requirements (December)
By Clara Diekman and Michelle Danyluk
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Use of PGRs to reduce preharvest fruit drop (December)
By Brandon Page
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Preventing pesticide resistance (December)
By Lourdes Pérez Cordero
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Trekking toward HLB-resistant trees (November)
By Michael Rogers
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IPCs prove to be game-changer in citrus production (November)
By Amir Rezazadeh
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New decay control options on the horizon for Florida citrus (November)
By Mark A. Ritenour and Jiuxu Zhang
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Damage documentation tips for hurricane season (October)
By Matt Smith
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Research update on oxytetracycline injection for HLB management (October)
By Ute Albrecht
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How much yield is needed to offset the cost of injecting trees with oxytetracycline? (October)
By Ariel Singerman
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Citrus gets Sasse’s attention (September)
By J. Scott Angle
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Diseases without borders:
Leprosis and yellow vein clearing viruses (September)
By Ozgur Batuman
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Treat HLB trees with the right PGR at the right time (September)
By Tripti Vashisth, Wesley Webb and Taylor Livingston
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What to do when groves flood (August)
By Mongi Zekri
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The benefits of growing citrus on UV-metalized reflective mulch (August)
By Jawwad Qureshi, Lauren Diepenbrock and Davie Kadyampakeni 
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Doubling down on CRISPR research (August)
By Michael Rogers
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Return-on-investment potential of CUPS (August)
By Ariel Singerman and Arnold W. Schumann
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Developing management for a new snail pest (August)
By Lauren Diepenbrock
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Recovery will require a multipronged management program (July)
By Michael Rogers
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Accelerating citrus breeding efforts (July)
By John M. Chater
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Citrus breeding efforts to solve the Brix crisis (July)
By Jude Grosser, Maria Brenelli, Ling Liu, Yu Wang and Fred Gmitter
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Stress factors and hurricane-damaged trees (July)
By Syed Bilal Hussain, Rachel Gearhart, G. Zeng Michalzcyk and Christopher Vincent
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Update on the cold-hardy citrus region (June)
By Danielle Sprague Williams
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Identifying HLB therapeutics with CTV-based vectors (June)
By Choaa A. El Mohtar
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Integrating use of organic soil amendments and weed management (June)
By Ute Albrecht, An kit Pokhrel, Sarah Strauss and Ramdas Kanissery
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Using cover crops to improve soil health (June)
By Sarah Strauss, Emma Dawson and Elena Karlsen-Ayala
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Repurposing tools to tackle HLB (May)
By J. Scott Angle
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Getting the most out of your nutrition program (April)
By Brandon White
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Sweet new discoveries open up opportunities for citrus industry (April)
By Xixuan Tang, Yu Wang, Fred Gmitter and Jude Grosser
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Showcasing research results (March)
By J. Scott Angle
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Deficit irrigation in H LB-affected citrus trees (March)
By Davie Kadyampakeni, Samuel Kwakye, Hossein
Ghoveisi, Lauren Diepenbrock and Jawwad Qureshi
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Lessons learned from HLB as an immune-mediated plant disease (March)
By Nian Wang
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Gibberellic acid shows promising results on Hamlin (March)
By Tripti Vashisth and Taylor Livingston
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There is no crystal ball (February)
By Ajia Paolillo
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Post-hurricane expectations for foliar diseases and phytophthora (February)
By Megan Dewdney
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Investing in artificial intelligence (January)
By J. Scott Angle
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Blanket flowers increase arthropod predators and pollinators in citrus groves (January)
By Angela Chuang and Lauren Diepenbrock
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Diaprepes in Florida citrus: Past, present and future (January)
By Lukasz L. Stelinski, Lauren Diepenbrock and Larry Duncan
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Researchers awarded new resources to help in the HLB fight (January)
By Michael Rogers
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