Florida Orange Crop Seen Heading for Longest Slide in a Century

Mother Nature continues to apply relentless pressure on Florida’s citrus growers.

Orange output in the state is poised to drop a fifth straight season, the worst slump in more than a century, a Bloomberg survey showed. Even before Hurricane Matthew threatened to damage groves over the weekend, output was already waning after excess rains early this year and the continued impact of crop disease.

Read the entire story here.

ProAg Quick Links

Agent Toolbox Grower Toolbox Careers

ProAg News

Today Is National Ag Day

When most people walk into a grocery store, the shelves are stocked year-round with all the food they want, so they might not consider where that food come from....

Export Outlook for Soybeans

Recent adjustments to soybean export projections raise concerns about increased ending stocks this marketing year. ...
Get ProAg updates via email
Your browser is out-of-date!

Update your browser to view this website correctly. Update my browser now