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Signs of the Season

Florida Is the Second-Highest Strawberry-Producing State by ERIKA ALDRICH Florida strawberries are some of the most beloved berries in the country, especially because they are just about the only strawberry

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Strawberry Fields Forever

Andy McDonald of Sweet Life Farms Describes Why Advocacy Efforts Are More Important Than Ever Before by TERESA SCHIFFER Sweet Life Farms in Plant City might be relatively new in

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Sunnier Skies for Citrus

Latest Forecast Gives a More Optimistic Outlook for Grapefruit by TIM CRAIG Florida citrus growers, particularly those who grow grapefruit, got a slice of good news in January when the

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Sweet Pursuit

The State of the 2020 Strawberry Season and What It Means for Florida Growers by TERESA SCHIFFER The strawberry season got off to a slow start in November, but volume

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Signs of the Season

Ornamental, Horticulture Industries Significant to Florida Economy The horticulture and ornamental industry is a large part of Florida’s robust agriculture industry, and The Sunshine State is the second-largest producer of

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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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Garden Respite

Lakeland’s 1.2-Acre Hollis Garden Delights and Mesmerizes by MARY TOOTHMAN The city of Lakeland has its share of treasures, and one that is a particular point of pride is the

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Industry’s Best

Meet the 2020 Citrus Hall of Fame Inductees The Citrus Hall of Fame has announced its latest round of inductees to add to the long list of distinguished individuals who

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Healing Power of Nature

University of Florida Teaching Horticulture Therapy by TERESA SCHIFFER In this technologically driven world we live in now, where information moves at the speed of light and we often feel

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Cultivating Communication

Auburndale FFA Member Jacquelyn Edler Wins Essay Contest Connecting Agriculture Consumers, Producers by PAUL CATALA Jacquelyn Edler hopes to someday land a career in the creative fields of animation or