All In For Citrus Podcast, April 2019

Taylor HillmanAll In For Citrus Podcast

April’s All In For Citrus Podcast has a different format than previous programs. This month’s podcast kicks off with a message from Michael Rogers, center director at the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences Citrus Research and Education Center (CREC).  He gives a summary of the recent Florida Citrus Growers’ Institute that took place at the beginning … Read More

Florida Citrus Growers’ Institute Preview

Ernie NeffAll In For Citrus Podcast

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In a recent interview, Michael Rogers provided an in-depth preview of presentations scheduled for the April 2 Florida Citrus Growers’ Institute in Avon Park. Rogers is director of the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences’ (UF/IFAS) Citrus Research and Education Center in Lake Alfred. Rogers said multi-county citrus Extension agents have been putting the Institute program together … Read More

All In For Citrus Podcast, March 2019

Taylor HillmanAll In For Citrus Podcast

March’s All In For Citrus podcast brings multiple citrus research updates to Florida’s citrus growers. Listen to the latest episode of the All In For Citrus podcast. First, Michael Rogers, center director of the University of Florida’s (UF) Citrus Research and Education Center (CREC), discusses the upcoming Citrus Growers’ Institute. He discusses the planned seminar program, which is jam-packed with … Read More

All In For Citrus Podcast, February 2019

Taylor HillmanAll In For Citrus Podcast

In February’s All In for Citrus podcast, learn about the new faces with the University of Florida’s citrus research staff, a winter weather watch program, flowering models and how fertilization impacts fruit quality. Listen to the latest episode of the All In For Citrus podcast.

All In For Citrus Podcast, January 2019

Taylor HillmanAll In For Citrus Podcast, Citrus

The January All In For Citrus Podcast includes a breakdown of what’s planned for citrus research in 2019, an update from citrus Extension, a goodbye message from an industry leader and the newest cutting-edge research in fighting citrus pathogens.