U.S. Department of Agriculture
Researchers at the University of Florida have invented a way to quickly and accurately count the amount of citrus fruit dropped early so that growers can see where the deadly citrus greening disease is most affecting groves.
Some steaks and roasts on store shelves have been mechanically tenderized but until recently there were no rules in place to let consumers know if what they were buying had been tenderized, an important piece of information for consumers.
Florida’s orange crop is set to be smaller than anticipated, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) is predicting a drop in citrus production for this year.
The fight against a disease infecting Florida’s oranges would get a hefty boost from a House spending proposal.
Already forecast to be lower than last year’s yield, citrus greening has dropped this season’s orange production prediction even further.
In an effort to fight back a disease that has decimated the Sunshine State’s most famous crops, the U.S. Department of Agriculture said Monday that it plans to spend $30 million fighting citrus greening.
A food company is recalling more than 850 pounds of beef and chicken that were distributed in Florida.
Projects designed to cut down on fertilizer runoff, expand bird nesting areas and restore native grasslands are among those selected for funding under a new initiative that encourages conservation partnerships between government and private organizations.
Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, Chief Financial Officer Jeff Atwater and Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam all easily defeated their Democratic opponents Tuesday, positioning them for possible runs for the Republican gubernatorial nomination in 2018.