Casualties were reported as a result of Monday’s multiple storms that covered many Southeastern states. Rod Bain has the details.
GAINESVILLE, Fla.— Are you concerned about how your water tastes? Do you want to know how much you use, or whether we’ll have enough water for the next generation? A new University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences website links users with UF/IFAS programs on how to preserve and, perhaps improve the quantity and quality of water in …
From: The News Service of Florida Focusing on a priority of Senate President Joe Negron, a Senate panel in January will receive a series of presentations about polluted water discharges from Lake Okeechobee and efforts to restore the Everglades.
USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Florida wants ranchers in southwest Florida to know they may be able to get paid for helping the Florida panther. Federal, state and nonprofits have partnered to provide a suite of technical services and financial assistance to ranchers, from building fencing and treating invasive plants to compensating ranchers for loss of their cattle …
USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) in Florida has announced that the application deadline for Agricultural Land Easements is February 24, 2017 for fiscal year 2017 funding.
USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service in Florida wants to remind agricultural landowners and Indian tribes that applications are being accepted for a Wetland Reserve Easement until January 13 for fiscal year 2017 funding.
Mark Hudson, of the U.S. Department of Agriculture/National Agricultural Statistics Service, reported the December citrus crop forecast.
Everett Griner talks about the long time water war may be ending soon in today’s Agri View.
According to a report by IndexBox Marketing, the orange market is in crisis. One of the main reasons is the citrus greening disease, widespread in the key centers of orange cultivation. This is why a reduction of the global orange market volume is expected once again in 2016. Orange yield reduction affects consumption worldwide. In this case, a distinction should …
By Jim Turner TURNER The News Service of Florida THE CAPITAL, TALLAHASSEE, July 12, 2016… Florida’s citrus industry, struggling in a battle against a fatal citrus disease, will have a little bit sweeter season than projected in an initial forecast. However, the outlook for the state’s orange crop continues to be troubling.