Got Citrus Problems? Bugs, Late-Blooming Trees May Be to Blame Dec 2, 2022

    🕔Dec 2, 2022
    Citrus is the most popular kind of fruit grown in Louisiana. This time of year, satsumas and other types of citrus are abundant — and delicious. Several biotic and abiotic […]

    Louisiana Citrus Growers Reeling from Ida Damage Nov 8, 2021

    🕔Nov 8, 2021
    While Hurricane Ida came ashore more than two months ago, its effect on the Louisiana citrus and vegetable industry will be measured in years. Thousands of citrus trees were lost […]

    Texas: Ag Losses from Arctic Storm Exceed $600Mln Mar 4, 2021

    🕔Mar 4, 2021
    Winter Storm Uri, which blasted through the entire state of Texas, caused at least $600 million in agricultural losses, according to preliminary data from Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service agricultural economists. […]

    Texas Field Reports: Arctic Conditions Deliver Frigid Blow Feb 18, 2021

    🕔Feb 18, 2021
    Arctic weather conditions that blanketed the state with snow, ice and frigid temperatures is damaging Texas agriculture crops in a historic way, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts. The extent […]

    Texas Field Reports: Hurricane Hanna Damage Estimated at $400Mln Aug 11, 2020

    🕔Aug 11, 2020
    Hurricane Hanna came and went with little fanfare but left South Texas with almost $400 million in direct and indirect damages to agriculture, according to a report by Texas A&M AgriLife […]

    Georgia’s Blossoming Citrus Industry Susceptible to Citrus Greening Disease Apr 8, 2020

    🕔Apr 8, 2020
    With commercial citrus acreage on the rise in Georgia, producers should be aware of potential signs of citrus greening and the pests that carry the disease that has devastated the […]

    Counting Trees: Technology Quickly Tallies Trees For Insurance Purposes Mar 11, 2020

    🕔Mar 11, 2020
    Aerobotics technology has processed more than 5 million trees, 50,000 acres of groves and 15% of all citrus in Florida. These numbers are climbing ahead of the approaching mid-April deadline […]

    Louisiana: Citrus Growers Keep Going Despite Weather, Market Setbacks Oct 31, 2019

    🕔Oct 31, 2019
    Louisiana citrus is coming in, and the crop is good, according to two Plaquemines Parish producers. Joseph Ranatza Jr., owner of Star Nursery in Plaquemines Parish, said he started picking […]

    Louisiana Field Reports: Ratoon Rice Harvest in Full Swing Oct 28, 2019

    🕔Oct 28, 2019
    Crop Progress and Condition for the Week Ending October 27, 2019. Comments from Cooperative Extension Service Parish Agents Mark Carriere, Pointe Coupee Parish “Continued rainfall made sugarcane harvest more difficult. […]

    Texas: Citrus Greening Quarantine Expands to Brazoria, Galveston Counties Oct 23, 2019

    🕔Oct 23, 2019
    The citrus greening quarantine has expanded to Brazoria and Galveston counties, according to Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experts. Citrus greening is one of the most serious citrus plant diseases in the […]


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