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  • Voluntary Best Practices for California Citrus Growers’ Response to HLB
    Best Practices Developed by Grower-Led, Science-Supported Task Force To provide California citrus growers with a strong toolbox of science-supported strategies and tactics to protect their orchards from huanglongbing (HLB), the Citrus Pest & Disease Prevention Committee endorsed a set of best practices for growers to voluntarily employ in response to HLB in California. The recommendations […]
    Daniel Cooper
  • Getting HLB Material Into Phloem
    University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS) plant pathologist Ozgur Batuman discusses efforts to get materials that fight HLB into the citrus tree’s phloem, where it might be most effective. Batuman explains that bacteria that cause HLB “live inside the phloem of citrus. That is very difficult to reach to kill … […]
    Ernie Neff
  • Sneak Peek: July 2019 Citrus Industry Magazine
    Four articles on grove management will give citrus growers food for thought in the July issue of Citrus Industry magazine. The first article tells how one grower handles HLB. Del Murphy discusses production practices that have helped him cope with the disease. Bactericides, irrigation and nutrition management are among the topics he addresses. The second […]
    Tacy Callies

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  • Commissioner Nikki Fried on Florida Hemp Bill Signed Into Law
    Tallahassee, Fla. (FDACS) – SB 1020, the state hemp legislation was signed into law. Commissioner Nicole “Nikki” Fried offered the following statement: “Tonight’s hemp bill signing marks a transformation in Florida, and a critical step on the journey to creating a green industrial revolution, strengthening agriculture with an alternative crop of the future, and expanding […]
  • NPPC Launches ‘Keep America First in Agriculture’ Campaign
    WASHINGTON, D.C. (NPPC) – The National Pork Producers Council (NPPC) launched “Keep America First in Agriculture,” a new campaign to highlight the importance of establishing a proper regulatory framework for gene editing in American livestock. Gene editing technology, which introduces useful genetic variation into food animal breeding programs, promises significant animal health benefits, including a natural immunity to disease and a […]
  • Duties of American Peanut Council
    The American Peanut Council (APC) has been meeting this week, and Tyron Spearman has a story explaining the duties of the APC. The post Duties of American Peanut Council appeared first on Southeast AgNET.