1. The 4th edition has updated literature review articles, 3 new rootstocks(US Super Sours 1, 2 and 3),updated info about the UFR Series in the Rootstock Data Table, additionalauthors and contributors, and a new section with theHistory of the FLCRSG. The revised FLCRSG is also available as an...
  2. In his colorful handbook, Florida author Monica Brandies shares her ways with wonderful citrus: buy or harvest citrus, grow citrus at home, citrus in the kitchen, citrus around the house, citrus in the garden, and a citrus guide.
  3. C. latifolia,is known by many names such as Tahitian lime, Bearss lime, and Persian lime. The nearly-thornless trees grow vigorously to a medium-large size with a spreading form and have white blossoms. Persian lime trees are more cold-hardy than Mexican lime trees and should do well in areas...
  4. This Notebook included USDA information on various citrus diseases.
  5. 20/10/2001 A friend of ECHO recently wrote to us on behalf of a farmer in Chilewho raises naval oranges. Apparently oranges are attheir sweetest when they are still green. When the farmer thinks they have reached the pinnacle of sweetness, he moves them to a greenhouse, where they turn orange. We were asked...
  6. 01/01/1993 Dried citrus pulp is high in calcium and digestible energy, but low in digestible protein and phosphorus. (What is the difference between, for example, “digestible” energy and just plain energy? Just because something is present in a food does not mean an animal’s digestive system can make use of...
  7. 01/01/1983 In response to various questions from overseas, we have tracked down some answers that are of general interest to our readers. These have been published in past issues of ECHO Development Notes. This technical note reprints those in their entirety. It also adds a couple of helpful tables that...
  8. 15/02/1999 Citrus Health Management is the fourth title in the Plant Health Management Series designed to aid in developing a successful plant health program. It emphasizes current Integrated Pest Managment practices. Management practices cover not only the interelationship between plant, pathogen and the...
  9. 31/01/2018 Pousse jaune, fruit vert: Maladie du verdissement des agrumes Conférence internationale 2017 de ECHO sur l'agriculture: Résumés thématiques Échos de Notre Réseau: Insectes comestibles Banque de Semences d’ECHO:Cytise prolifère,Une culture fourragère polyvalente pour les hauts plateaux Nouvelles...
  10. 31/01/2018 Avec de nombreuses demandes de renseignements sur le dépérissement généralisé des agrumes, nous avons décidé d’en savoir davantage sur sa cause potentielle et des outils pratiques pour sa gestion. Nous avons interviewé Tim Gast, directeur de la Production des Agrumes au Centre de Recherche et...