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  • Sneak Peek: December 2021 Citrus Industry
    Everyone seems to get busier during December as the holidays near. With the harvest season in full swing, this is especially true in the Florida citrus industry. Amidst the rush to complete holiday preparations and tend to never-ending grove tasks, it’s a good idea to pause for a moment to consider farm safety issues. The […]
    Tacy Callies
  • International Marketing Efforts for Florida Citrus
    The Florida Department of Citrus (FDOC) described its 2020-21 international marketing efforts at last month’s meeting of the Florida Citrus Commission, which governs the FDOC. Katie Bruce, international marketing manager, discussed the FDOC’s past-year programs in the United Kingdom (UK), France, Japan, South Korea and Canada for fresh grapefruit and orange juice. Bruce also presented […]
    Ernie Neff
  • Which Rootstock to Select
    Valencia trees on high-vigor (left) and low-vigor (right) inducing rootstocks in a Central Ridge field trial. Note the higher yield efficiency of the smaller trees on the right and the leaning of these trees due to Hurricane Irma. By Ute Albrecht Rootstock selection is critical for longevity and productivity of a grove. The decision should […]
    Tacy Callies

RSS News From Southeast AgNet

  • Appointees to Serve on National Peanut Board
    The U.S. Department of Agriculture has announced the appointment of four members and four alternates to serve on the National Peanut Board. Tyron Spearman has the details. The post Appointees to Serve on National Peanut Board appeared first on Southeast AgNET.
  • Register Now for Georgia Cattlemen’s Convention
    Georgia cattle producers are being urged to register now for the 2022 Georgia Cattlemen’s Convention which will be held Feb. 16-18. Dale Sandlin, executive vice president of the Georgia Cattlemen’s Association (GCA), says the 2022 Convention will be held in Savannah. Sandlin said their convention planning committee has worked hard to make sure they’ve got a fantastic program planned […]
  • Alabama Cattlemen Heading to Washington DC
    A few members of the Alabama Cattlemen’s Association (ACA) will be heading to our nation’s capital next week to discuss issues of importance to cattle producers in the state. ACA Executive Vice President Erin Beasley says they are really looking forward to the trip. The post Alabama Cattlemen Heading to Washington DC appeared first on Southeast AgNET.

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