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Texas farmers tally up the damage from a winter storm 'massacre'
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Texas farmers tally up the damage from a winter storm 'massacre'

The state’s agriculture sector has lost an estimated $600 million or more. Crop and livestock damage could mean shortages and higher prices beyond Texas.
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Citrus growers may soon have a new way to fight back against a deadly enemy

Citrus greening has decimated Florida's industry and the infection is spreading in California. But a novel treatment, still in the testing phase, may suppress the disease and give trees immunity.

How can companies protect the biodiversity they depend on
ensia.com

How can companies protect the biodiversity they depend on

As crop varieties disappear, boosting biodiversity becomes smart business.

Florida’s citrus industry is being killed by an incurable disease
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Florida’s citrus industry is being killed by an incurable disease

The end of Florida orange juice? A lethal disease is decimating its citrus industry. As the seasonal harvest approaches, “ghost groves” abandoned by growers are scattered across the state. “Florida could be out of business in 10 to 15 years,” one researcher said.
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