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 Forecast Improves Amid Industry WorriesFlorida's citrus industry got some sweet news Tuesday to help wash away the taste of what’s been a sour last few months.
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.
Florida's Orange Crop In 'Free Fall'The outlook for production of Florida oranges, the state's signature crop, continues to drop.
House Proposes $17.9 Million To Combat Citrus DiseaseThe fight against a disease infecting Florida's oranges would get a hefty boost from a House spending proposal.
Disease Continues To Squeeze Florida Orange ForecastAlready forecast to be lower than last year's yield, citrus greening has dropped this season's orange production prediction even further.
State's Citrus Crop Could Be Lowest On RecordThings are not so sweet for Florida's orange growers. The U.S. Department of Agriculture have downgraded the state's orange crop forecast for this season.
USDA Predicts Bigger Florida Orange Crop Even in the wake of the citrus greening epidemic, Federal agriculture officials are predicting an increase in Florida oranges for the upcoming growing season.
Florida Researchers Find Temporary Citrus Greening CureCaptain Citrus might be the new hero mascot of Florida oranges, but it’s a group of university researchers devising a plan to save the groves from a deadly disease.