The state's congressional delegation is pushing for dedicated funding to help growers, whose losses are estimated at $760 million.
As a virulent disease devastates Florida's citrus crops, two farms innovate.
We’re continuing our American Futures series with The Atlantic’s James Fallows and the software company ESRI this week. Kai and James have been traveling across the U.S. looking at how small towns are living and working in a new economy. They’ve flown into the easternmost…
A disease called greening is pushing OJ prices up and could keep pushing them up
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.
The citrus disease known as “Huanlongbing” has been raging for seven years, killing millions of orange and grapefruit trees across Florida. Now it’s been detected in California.