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  • All In For Citrus Podcast, March 2023
    Growers have been deploying several new therapies aimed at improving the health of HLB-infected citrus in recent years. Plant growth regulators like gibberellic acid, 2,4-D and brassinosteroids have demonstrated the ability to improve tree health and help in fruit retention. More recently, direct delivery of oxytetracycline hydrochloride (OTC-HCl) via trunk injection has been approved for […]
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  • Texas Citrus Assessment Rate Reduced
    The marketing order assessment rate for Texas oranges and grapefruit for 2022–23 and subsequent years will be reduced from 5 cents to 3 cents per 7/10-bushel carton. The reduction is the result of a final rule by the U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Marketing Service (USDA AMS), which implemented a recommendation from the Texas Valley […]
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  • Crop Insurance Deadline Nears
    The final date to apply for Florida citrus tree and fruit crop insurance coverage for the 2023 crop year is April 15. Current policyholders who wish to make changes to their existing coverage also have until the April 15 to do so. Federal crop insurance is critical to the farm safety net, according to the […]
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RSS News From Southeast AgNet

  • AgNet Weekly: Court Ruling on WOTUS, Black Vulture Relief Act Introduced
    This week NCBA Chief Council Mary-Thomas Hart joins us to talk about the latest development in the WOTUS saga, after a split ruling in Texas. We also talk to Sigrid Johannes, Director of Government Affairs for NCBA and the Public Lands Council, about the Black Vulture Relief Act.   Each week we highlight essential legislative […]
  • Livestock Market Reports for Week Ended 03-24-2023
    Here are the weekly livestock market reports for Alabama, Florida, and Georgia for the week ended March 24, 2023, compiled by the Livestock Market News Service for all three states. AL Livestock Market Report: At Alabama Livestock Auctions, for the week ended-March 24, 2023, receipts at 21 markets totaled an estimated 10,200 head compared to […]
  • Boiled Peanuts Featured in Washington D.C. Paper
    The U.S. Peanut Federation was in Washington D.C. this week. And as Tyron Spearman reports, boiled peanuts was a topic of a newspaper article while they were there. The post Boiled Peanuts Featured in Washington D.C. Paper appeared first on Southeast AgNET.

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