“This common sense bill will provide relief to Florida citrus growers and processors who have faced challenges in recent years due to disease and hurricanes, and allow them to continue marketing ...
Damage from Hurricane Wilma and disease in Florida citrus groves will drive orange ... crop report from the Agriculture Department, though the crop still will be about 8 percent better than last ...
Orange juice futures may be poised to return to five-year highs as another hyperactive hurricane season looks set to start in the Atlantic Ocean, adding pressure to the orange crop in Florida ...
according to the University of Florida. Twenty years ago, the state grew 287.2 million boxes of citrus. The U.S. Department of Agriculture predicts this citrus season’s crop of 40.2 million ...
Orange juice futures may be poised to return to five-year highs as another hyperactive hurricane season looks set to start in the Atlantic Ocean, adding pressure to the orange crop in Florida—the ...
The owner of a commercial nursery has won a $1.2 million judgment against the Florida Department ... Earlier this year, about 18,000 homeowners in Orange County, home to Orlando, won a judgement ...
projected orange production received a slight bump for the second straight month, going from an estimated 40.2 million boxes in May to 40.7 million boxes. Related: Florida citrus crop headed for ...