CITRUS GREENING RECOVERY – CASE STUDY, HAINES CITY, FL

  • Post published:July 1, 2021
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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.Following…

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Glen Thompson Joins Performance Nutrition

  • Post published:December 9, 2020
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Thompson Joins Performance Nutrition as Territory Manager for the East Coast Hazlet, NJ…LidoChem, Inc.’s Performance Nutrition Division recently announced the addition of Glen Thompson as Territory Manager covering the Turf & Ornamental (T&O) and Agricultural markets for the east coast. He will initially concentrate his efforts on the southeastern portion…

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WORRIED ABOUT PFD? WORRY NO MORE

Worried About PFD? Worry No More As citrus growers across Florida are beginning to think about Post Bloom Fruit Drop (PFD) and consider best practices for prevention and protection from the ravages it could represent.“They should pay close attention to the soil as part of their PFD prevention practices,” said…

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LidoChem Challenges Scott’s Miracle Gro Trademark

  • Post published:November 23, 2020
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LidoChem Challenges Scott’s Miracle Gro Trademark  BY CINDY ZIMMERMAN  |  NOVEMBER 23, 2020 LidoChem, Inc. is fighting to protect its “Performance” trademarks in a case against Scott’s Miracle-Gro. LidoChem and its Performance Nutrition Division filed a claim to void Scott’s Miracle-Gro trademark registrations at the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office for “Miracle-Gro…

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Solving the Puzzle of Citrus Greening

  • Post published:October 7, 2020
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Solving the Puzzle of Citrus Greening The puzzle of recovering from Citrus Greening (HLB) is coming into clearer focus. Grower trials in south and central Florida coupled with research from the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Science (UF-IFAS) point to soil health as the key… that’s the…

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Proven Path to HLB Recovery

  • Post published:August 24, 2020
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Proven Path to HLB Recovery The repetitive angst expressed by Citrus growers across south and central Florida about the prospect of losing their multi-generational family groves has been the impetus for developing an easy-to-use PERFORMANCE Citrus Greening Recovery Program.Refrains like that of Bob Ellen, a citrus grower from Dade City…

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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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Overuse of weed-killer makes orange trees unhealthy

  • Post published:May 23, 2019
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Your recent “Zap. Take that, citrus greening" article states the usual discouraging statistics: millions of boxes of oranges lost and millions of dollars spent in fruitless research. Using a laser is just another gimmick that does not address the cause of the problem.  What is the cause of citrus greening? …

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