Month: February 2014

Citrus Update: How to Survive in the NEW Citrus Industry

Florida’s citrus industry has survived hurricanes and canker, freezes and nematodes. Yet, nothing has been as challenging as citrus greening, also known as Huanglongbing (HLB). [emember_protected custom_msg=”Click here and register now to read the rest of the article!”] Since the disease snuck into the state in 2005, growers have invested $70 million in private funds …

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More than Just a Labor of Love

Growers Talk Worker Shortages, Weather Challenges and More Like other Florida fruit and vegetable growers, Gary Wishnatzki has struggled to find domestic workers to pick his crop. This year, he brought in his first guest workers to pick strawberries. “Labor is in control of how many berries that can be picked in a day,” he …

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Katie Hennessy

Your Equine Health Resolution

Maybe you had some un-anticipated health expenses for your horse last year that could have been avoided. Or, maybe your equine companion was ill and needed some extra veterinary care. Whatever the reason, you might be wondering how you can keep your horse in optimum health in 2014. There are some essential steps you can …

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Why People Fail

A noted psychologist was asked recently to give reasons why so many people failed in the effort to make life successful. These are his 10, frank and valid reasons: [emember_protected custom_msg=”Click here and register now to read the rest of the article!”] 1. Finding fault with the other fellow, but never seeing your own. 2. …

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