If you are a citrus grower in Florida that has been affected by the wind and rain of Hurricane Ian, you might be interested in hearing about this new study that is being undertaken by scientists at the University of Florida. Over the next year, they will be looking at the continuing impacts of Hurricane Ian on citrus groves and helping farmers make appropriate management choices to improve recovery efforts. You can read more and learn how to sign up at Growing Produce.

Citrus groves in Florida remained under flood waters Sept. 13 after Hurricane Irma. “It’s still too early to know the full extent of the damage to Florida citrus,” Florida Commissioner of Agriculture Adam Putnam said in a Sept. 13 news release. Photo by Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services