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Category: Crops

UF/IFAS to Unveil Latest Citrus Production Guide Aug. 14-15 at Citrus Expo

The latest technical advice on citrus greening disease, tree nutrition, grove management and other aspects of Florida citrus cultivation will reach growers Aug. 14-15, as the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences unveils the newest… Read More

Trouble with Tomatoes

Not how we do it up North? When it comes to gardening, Florida is just different.  Northern gardener bite their lips and try not to scream when they first try their craft in Florida. It’s not that great… Read More

UF/IFAS Study: Oxytetracycline Sprays May Not Protect Citrus Trees From Greening Disease Effectively, Though Trunk Injections Show Promise

Since 2016, federal authorities have allowed Florida citrus growers to spray oxytetracycline solutions on their trees to combat citrus greening disease, but a newly published University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences study suggests that the… Read More

Helping Haiti Achieve Higher Black Bean Yields

For Haitians, black beans are a food staple and the most consumed bean in the country. But farmers there have one of the lowest yield rates in the world for the crop – 660 kilograms per hectare (ha-1)…. Read More