Valencia oranges at Gardinier Florida Citrus’ Indiantown Grove in 2013. The USDA predicts Florida growers will harvest enough oranges to fill 70 million 90-pound boxes in the coming months, down from 81.6 million boxes in the 2015-’16 season.
Valencia oranges at Gardinier Florida Citrus’ Indiantown Grove in 2013. The USDA predicts Florida growers will harvest enough oranges to fill 70 million 90-pound boxes in the coming months, down from 81.6 million boxes in the 2015-’16 season. Bruce R. Bennett The Palm Beach Post, File, 2013
Valencia oranges at Gardinier Florida Citrus’ Indiantown Grove in 2013. The USDA predicts Florida growers will harvest enough oranges to fill 70 million 90-pound boxes in the coming months, down from 81.6 million boxes in the 2015-’16 season. Bruce R. Bennett The Palm Beach Post, File, 2013

Citrus decline continues in Florida

October 12, 2016 08:24 PM

UPDATED October 12, 2016 08:24 PM

More Videos

  • Barbershop business is booming in Miami

    Primos Barber Shop is one of many upscale barbershops in Miami that is driving traffic to local shopping centers.