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Florida's citrus industry is still suffering from Hurricane Irma

by Mitchell Hartman Nov 27, 2017
The state's congressional delegation is pushing for dedicated funding to help growers, whose losses are estimated at $760 million.
Thousands of trees were uprooted by Hurricane Irma in Everglades Harvesting's 500-acre orange grove near Naples. The trees are being dumped on burn piles to make room for costly replanting. This year's crop is mostly a loss, says Paul Meador, a fourth-generation citrus grower.
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Why it's hard times for citrus growers

by David Gura Dec 31, 2014
A deadly tree disease and decreased demand are among the problems facing citrus growers.

Citrus greening is hurting orange growers in Florida

by Kai Ryssdal Oct 17, 2014
The disease has no cure, and production is down in some Florida groves.

How a little Asian bug is crushing the U.S. OJ business

by Stacey Vanek Smith Dec 4, 2013
Citrus greening is putting the squeeze on orange juice farmers, producers and futures traders. It's driving up OJ prices and making big changes to the business.
Oranges are cleaned before being sliced in half and squeezed into juice at the Peace River Citrus Products processing plant in Bartow, Fla.
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Orange crops squeezed by cold weather, incurable disease

by Jaclyn Giovis Jan 19, 2011
Orange juice, an American breakfast table staple, may eventually become a rare treat if damaged crops continue to sour the citrus industry. For ...