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Could oranges and kale help fight cancer? 8/22/2017
Fresh orange juice and leafy green superfoods like broccoli and kale could have a part to play in fighting cancer, according to a new study. [Read More]

Ag. Sect. Perdue pledges to help fight greening 8/17/2017
FORT MYERS – U.S. Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue capped his visit with Southwest Florida Congressman Tom Rooney Wednesday by attending the Gulf Citrus Growers Citrus and Agriculture Industry Celebration with Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam. [Read More]

Bayer AG signs $12 million partnership with Florida citrus research group to fight greening 8/17/2017
LAKE ALFRED – Whatever the result of the war against the bacterial disease citrus greening, history will record the Florida citrus industry brought every big gun it could find to the battle. [Read More]

Disease-Infected Insect, that Kills Citrus Trees, Found in Alabama 8/7/2017
A highly contagious disease is affecting our citrus trees in the South. [Read More]

9 Investigates: Growers lose tax break as citrus greening destroys trees 8/4/2017
Citrus greening is causing big problems for local growers. Typically, farm property is given an agriculture classification that comes with a significant tax reduction... [Read More]

Next Class of Florida Citrus Hall of Famers Being Sought 8/4/2017
Nominations are now being accepted for the Florida Citrus Hall of Fame’s Class of 2018. [Read More]

Member of Trump's Cabinet to speak at SWFL citrus dinner 8/4/2017
A well-known member of President Trump's cabinet is coming to Southwest Florida. [Read More]

Citrus legislation draws praise 8/2/2017
Winning endorsement from U.S. citrus leaders, the Citrus Investment in Treatment and Research for U.S. Sustainability Act seeks to deliver research funds to help the citrus industry fight huanglongbing disease, also known as HLB and citrus greening, and give growers incentives to replant healthy trees... [Read More]