I think I mentioned that there’s been some rain here in Ft. Myers.
One of the new innovations this year at Citrus EXPO is a BLOG website where visitors from around the world can keep up with the Expo seminars and trade show program. Â Report (1:00 wma)
Here at the Citrus Expo the media is at work. Here you’ve got Southeast AgNet President, Gary Cooper, (left), yours truly in the middle and Southeast AgNet Programming Manager, Randall Weiseman (right).
Exhibitors are checking in here on set up day at Citrus Expo.
It’s set up time here at the Lee Civic Center for the 2006 Citrus Expo. Here’s Gary Cooper and Lee McCoy hard at work putting up signs and helping the exhibitors get set up.
Welcome to the 2006 Citrus Expo which is about to kick off here in Ft. Myers, FL at the Lee Civic Center. This event will be the launching point for an expanded use of AgNet Online.
Knowing if produce should be refrigerated or not will help keep it fresher longer. Â Report (:59 wma)
There will be more U.S. cranberries this holiday season and more shipped to other countries. Â Report (:54 wma)
USDA Undersecretary J.B. Penn, who is leaving the department for the private sector at the end of this month, gives his thoughts on the Doha round. Â Report (:57 wma)
Georgia property owners can vote to make private property rights part of the constitution. Â Report (:56 wma)