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New video explains how gibberellic acid supports citrus trees and reduces fruit drop


August 12, 2022

A treatment to support Florida’s citrus trees needs to be applied now to be most effective. Plant growth regulators are one tool that Florida citrus growers can use to reduce fruit drop. But how and when they are applied on the tree are ... READ MORE

Category: Agriculture
Tags: Citrus, Citrus Research, Citrus Research And Education Center, Gibberellic Acid, Michael Rogers, Tripti Vashisth, Valencia, Video, Yield

2022 Florida Citrus Growers’ Institute Returns In-Person


March 10, 2022

LAKE ALFRED, Fla. --- Citrus Greening or Huanglongbing (HLB) continues to impact citrus production areas of Florida. The 2022 Florida Citrus Growers’ Institute is an opportunity for Florida citrus growers to come together to learn about effective ... READ MORE

Category: Agriculture
Tags: Borger, Chris Oswalt, Citrus Greening Disease, Citrus Research And Development Foundation, Citrus Research And Education Center, Florida Citrus Growers’ Institute, Foliar Applications, HLB, In Person, Michael Rogers, Richard Dantzler, Root Structures, Ruth-borger, Smartphone Apps, South Florida State College

University of Florida awarded key federal grants to continue fight against citrus greening

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October 22, 2020

By RUTH BORGER LAKE ALFRED, Fla. --- University of Florida researchers hope to discover new methods to help citrus growers fight the deadly citrus greening (or Huanglongbing) disease with cost effective, long-term sustainable treatments with ... READ MORE

Category: UF/IFAS
Tags: Amit Levy, Asian Citrus Psyllid, Bryony Bonning, Citrus, Citrus Greening, Citrus Research And Education Center, Department Of Microbiology And Cell Science, Entomology And Nematology, Grants, Huanglongbing, Michael Rogers, National Institute Of Food And Agriculture, Plant Pathology, Rootstocks, Scions, Southwest Florida Research And Education Center, Zhonglin Mou

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