Citrus Decline Continues In FloridaCitrus production continues to plummet in Florida.
Citrus Land Drop-Off Continues Across FloridaFlorida citrus growers have fewer acres to work with as they fight an incurable bacterial disease eating away at the state's signature crop.
Citrus Agency Cuts Staff, Keeps Juice Flowing For VisitorsFree orange juice will continue to be available to travelers at Florida welcome centers.
Citrus Department Proposes Staff, Tax CutsFlorida citrus growers could save more than $11 million in taxes they pay on boxes of oranges and grapefruit under new budget proposal.
Citrus Commission Looks At Funding Amid Industry TroublesThe Florida Citrus Commission, under pressure to downsize by a group of large growers, will start building a budget for next fiscal year that projects a much-smaller crop than in the current year.
Officials Warn Gardeners Of Citrus Tree Disease Agricultural officials said they have found a highly contagious disease that could damage citrus tree growth in the Florida Panhandle.
Scott Defends Veto Of Money For Citrus ResearchGov. Rick Scott says he vetoed $2 million for citrus greening research because there are other sources of funding for it within the industry.

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