Spain’s Lemon Industry Aids Climate

Dan Citrus, Climate Change

Spain’s lemon industry “actively contributes to the fight against climate change by being a real carbon sink,” according to a recent report from the Lemon and Grapefruit Interprofessional Association (AILIMPO). A carbon sink accumulates and stores some carbon-containing chemical compounds and thereby lowers the concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2) from the atmosphere. Globally, the two most important carbon sinks are …

Agri View: Georgia Citrus

Dan Agri View, Citrus, Georgia

Everett Griner talks about Georgia citrus farming in today’s Agri View. Everett discusses the variety of oranges grown in Georgia. He also tells us about the research being done for the possibility of other types of citrus to be grown in Georgia. Georgia Citrus Sponsored ContentNuseed Carinata Covers New GroundJuly 15, 2024CIR Agriculture Harvester ProductsJuly 1, 2024TriEst Ag Group: Partners …

Agri View: Long Shot Crop

Dan Citrus

Everett Griner talks about producing citrus in Alabama and Georgia may be a long shot in today’s Agri View. Sponsored ContentNuseed Carinata Covers New GroundJuly 15, 2024CIR Agriculture Harvester ProductsJuly 1, 2024TriEst Ag Group: Partners in ProfitabilityApril 1, 2024

Argentina Lemon Rule Postponed Again

Dan General

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) will be issuing a second 60-day stay in the effective date of its final rule, published on December 23, 2016, to allow the importation of fresh lemon fruit from northwest Argentina into the continental United States. Sponsored ContentNuseed Carinata Covers New GroundJuly 15, 2024CIR Agriculture Harvester ProductsJuly …

Final Rule to Allow Lemons from Northwest Argentina into the Continental United States

Dan Citrus, Industry News Release

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) is publishing a final rule to allow the importation of fresh lemon fruit from northwest Argentina into the continental United States. Over the last 10 years, APHIS has thoroughly reviewed Argentina’s citrus production and packing practices and fully evaluated pest risks to U.S. agriculture. The review included …