Archive

Back to homepage
Featured

Florida Roots

Longtime Citrus Advocate Bobby McKown Talks About His Career, the Future of Citrus, and His Upcoming Induction into the Florida Ag Hall of Fame by TIM CRAIG When Bobby McKown

Column

Plant Signaling Molecules and Citrus Greening

One telltale sign of citrus greening infection in citrus trees is leaf chlorosis, which is characterized by yellow blotches showing up on green citrus leaves. While chlorosis can have other causes, researchers

Column

Protect Your Horse From Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis

Eastern equine encephalomyelitis (EEE) is caused by a virus that creates inflammation of the brain and spinal cord and is transmitted mostly via mosquitoes. Luckily EEE is a rare disease,

Column

An Unfortunate First

Like many of you, I studied civics in 9th grade and American history in 11th grade. We were taught the history of the second war with England known as the

Column

The Pandemic Has Fueled Demand for Beef

With a little less flourish than usual (although perhaps a bit more celebration), we have closed the book on 2020. As we begin to fill the blank page that will

Column

Resolutions for 2021

Let it be remembered that 2021 came in on a Friday, guaranteeing a refreshing three-day weekend to start the year. For the record, 2020 came in on a Wednesday. We

Column

Set Up Your Lawn and Garden for a Great Year

Now that the New Year has arrived, it’s time to make some plant and garden resolutions that will add life to your outdoor space. Here are the gardening tips for

Featured

Signs of the Season Sponsored by Farm Credit of Central Florida

Cruciferous Vegetables an Important Crop for Florida  by ERIKA ALDRICH Sponsored by Farm Credit of Central Florida With winter in full swing, it’s that time of year when The Sunshine

Featured

Industry’s Best

Florida Citrus Hall of Fame Names 2021 Inductees By GRACE BOGGESS HIRDES The Florida Citrus Hall of Fame was created to honor distinguished leaders who have made significant contributions to

Featured

A Growing Industry

Hemp Acreage Expected to Soar as Florida Gains Experience With Crop by HEATHER MACHOVINA The hemp industry in Florida launched during 2020, with Florida farmers receiving their first hemp cultivation