FORT PIERCE, Fla.---It is the season to give, and Jaya Nepal wants to share his research findings with food producers in the world’s sandy soil regions. “With less than 4% of the globe’s sandy soil regions utilized for crop production, ... READ MORE
FORT PIERCE, Fla.---Florida’s fresh citrus industry members will join together for Citrus Packinghouse Day on Thursday August 24 to hear of promising research updates, updates in various shipping requirements, and Ag. labor related ... READ MORE
FORT PIERCE, Fla.---Lorenzo Rossi’s role with the American Society for Horticultural Science will begin to increase. Recently selected for the organization’s Leadership Academy, Rossi will commence training to support and lead agricultural ... READ MORE
Question: You are a Ph.D. student visiting from the University of Agriculture, Faisalabad. In what topic is your research?
Answer: My dissertation involves the response of different guava genotypes under salinity stress. I work to ... READ MORE
Citrus growers in Florida’s “River” production region along the Indian River Lagoon develop unsurpassed flavor and texture in a fresh grapefruit product coveted worldwide.
Growers in the area have watched the industry they love steadily ... READ MORE
FORT PIERCE, Fla.---A scientist with a career invested in Florida citrus production will join the research team from the heart of Florida's renowned grapefruit production region.
A native of Brazil's famous citrus production region, São ... READ MORE
FROM OUR DIRECTOR'S DESK, DR. RONALD D. CAVE
In 1946, leaders with the University of Florida and the Indian River Citrus League ascertained the need for an event where growers, the trade organization, and researchers might ... READ MORE
A University of Florida professor celebrated for his gift to mentor graduate students was selected for the American Society for Horticultural Science for its Outstanding Volunteer of the Year 2022 Award.
Lorenzo Rossi advanced the American ... READ MORE
FORT PIERCE, Fla.--- Florida citrus producers, including corporate leaders and research scientists, gathered recently to tour a 20-acre experimental citrus grove to observe the disease tolerance and horticultural performance of more than 5,500 ... READ MORE
FORT PIERCE, Fla.---Researchers and citrus growers await the first harvest of data on yield and fruit quality from a major citrus trial on Florida’s east coast. The results may reveal which of thousands of trees can tolerate citrus greening, ... READ MORE