Lisa Pucillo to Serve as President and CFO of LidoChem, Including the Performance Nutrition Division

Lisa Pucillo assumes the roles from Don Pucillo, who passed away in October. Lisa Pucillo has been named acting President and CFO of LidoChem, Inc. She assumes the leadership role held by her longtime business partner, Don Pucillo, who passed away in October.“Despite the loss of one of LidoChem founding…

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CITRUS GREENING RECOVERY – CASE STUDY, HAINES CITY, FL

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Citrus Greening Recovery Program Returns Once-Infected Grove to Productivity — Recovery Confirmed at DNA level May 10, 2016, Haines City, FL: Citrus trees at a Haines City, Florida, citrus grove that were infected with deadly citrus greening and hadn’t produced harvestable fruit for three years, are suddenly in production again.…

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CITRUS GREENING RECOVERY PROGRAM IN ACTION

Dade City…… After being at wits end to try to save his family’s 85-year legacy of growing citrus, Bobby Ellen tried the PERFORMANCE Citrus Greening Recovery Program® on his six acre grove of Valencia oranges. When Citrus Greening hit his grove, he lost 1,300 25-year-old trees and he was afraid…

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Citrus Grower Testimonial: Success using old-school techniques paired with new innovation

A five-acre farm-to-table citrus grove proves old-school techniques paired with new innovation successful.Brad Turner’s earliest memories are of working beside his father in his citrus grove with a bucket of fertilizer hooked over his arm to spread onto the soil “the old way.” But to Turner, who spent a lifetime…

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Plant City Strawberry Farm Benefits from Sustainable Practices

March 5, 2019, Plant City, FL: Sustainable agriculture is more than just the new “hip” buzzword.  It’s a way of farming that promotes soil health, resists disease pressure, improves water quality and water use efficiency, while at the same time, producing higher fruit quality and yield, and, reduced input costs.This…

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