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Florida Farmers Resilient in Time of Crisis

At the risk of parroting every media outlet, the past two months have been an unprecedented time for our world, nation, and communities. To say the current pandemic has been

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The Use of Biochar in Growing Citrus

Biochar holds a lot of promise for improving soil health in Florida’s citrus industry, especially when it comes to combating citrus greening. Citrus greening damages a citrus tree’s roots, making

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Signs of the Season – sponsored by Farm Credit of Central Florida

Stone Fruits Round Out Florida’s Sweet Offerings Sponsored by Farm Credit of Central Florida by ERIKA ALDRICH While citrus may be The Sunshine State’s bread and butter when it comes

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Keeping Your Horse Safe During COVID-19

Caution and staying smart with regards to hygiene is the key to managing life with COVID-19. Everyone has been impacted by the current pandemic and life is different. If you

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Ag Classification a Privilege, Not a Right

As native Floridians, we have observed thousands of acres of agricultural lands destroyed by way of development, disease, population explosion, and increased land value. But there is a way to

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Investing in Our Workforce

As our state begins the process of easing stay-at-home orders and opening up businesses, ACS has continued to invest in its workforce of dedicated, essential employees. The most important investment

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Getting Your Florida Garden Ready for Summer

With so many people staying home lately, more folks are discovering the joy of gardening and landscaping. The good news is that here in Florida, there is always something to

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Controlling Primary Infection in Young Plantings

At the 2020 Citrus Show in January, Mike Irey, the Chief of Plant Sciences at the U.S. Sugar Corporation, gave a presentation concerning research utilizing computer models his company had

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Keep things running in the toughest conditions-Sponsored by Perkins Power

Farming as a career isn’t always an easy road. No one signs up for it to coast, but because farmers are passionate about what they do.    But that doesn’t

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Queen Bee

Alecia Crauswell’s Business Buzzing at Lakeland’s Red Roof Farms by MARY TOOTHMAN After 24 years in military service, it was quite a career switch when Alecia Crauswell found her way