Valencia oranges grow in a citrus grove using the open hydroponics system at Gardinier Florida Citrus’ Indiantown Grove, January 11, 2013, in Indiantown, Florida. The possibility of lifting trade restrictions with Cuba has Florida farmers concerned about increased agricultural imports to the state.
Valencia oranges grow in a citrus grove using the open hydroponics system at Gardinier Florida Citrus’ Indiantown Grove, January 11, 2013, in Indiantown, Florida. The possibility of lifting trade restrictions with Cuba has Florida farmers concerned about increased agricultural imports to the state. Bruce R. Bennett Palm Beach Post/MCT
Valencia oranges grow in a citrus grove using the open hydroponics system at Gardinier Florida Citrus’ Indiantown Grove, January 11, 2013, in Indiantown, Florida. The possibility of lifting trade restrictions with Cuba has Florida farmers concerned about increased agricultural imports to the state. Bruce R. Bennett Palm Beach Post/MCT

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