The man who has been putting the Citrus Expo Seminar together since the first show is Bob Rouse, pictured here with IFAS helpers while a seminar is in progress. Bob is Associate Professor/Horticultural Sciences, Southwest Florida Research and Education Center in Immokalee, FL.
On this morning’s seminar program Walter Kates, Director of the Labor Relations Division, FFVA spoke about ag labor relations in transition.
One of our exhibitors and sponsors here at Citrus Expo is Stallings Crop Insurance.
Randall Weiseman spoke with Jeff Albritton (pictured on right) earlier today. Jeff talks about what he’s been speaking to growers about including new insurance products.
John Aldous is here with Everglades Farm Equipment, and exhibitor and sponsor of Citrus Expo.
There were a number of dignitaries at the Gulf Citrus Growers Association Banquet last night. This annual banquet draws quite a crowd.
The Florida Department of Citrus had a booth at the 2006 Citrus Expo in Ft. Myers which gave them a chance to get feedback from growers who attended the event. Â Report (1:00 wma)
We’d like to announce a first for Florida, Florida citrus and the Citrus Expo. It’s the Citrus Expo Podcast!
Southeast AgNet is using the power of the internet to distribute audio interviews conducted at this year’s Citrus Expo. Probably many of you have heard of podcasting and iPods. Maybe you have a digital audio player and already use it to subscribe to programs you can only find on the internet.
Jerry Mincey (left), pictured here with Gary Cooper, is the Director of Fruit Procurement for Blue Lakes Citrus Products.
Â The National Honey Board is researching new ways to reach kids with the sweet taste of honey. ReportÂ (:56 wma)
Cheesy beetle larvae, chocolate meal worms and cricket cookies are just a few of the yummy treats you can find on-line. Â Report (:59 wma)