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That fruit's never going to be of any value, said Story, 68, who has been growing fruit all his life...It's going to fall off the tree; it's never going to get squeezed, he said...What Story saw in the orchard in Polk County, Fla. , wasn't an anomaly.
A colorful salad with sweet and sharp flavors. The oranges in this sweet and pungent salad will look like blood oranges after they sit for a little while with the beets...Try to find the wispy wild arugula, which is more pungent than regular arugula.
Thursday, October 17, 2013 at 1:00 a.m...Retail orange juice sales in U.S. supermarkets fell 1.1 percent in the recently completed 2012-13 citrus season, marking the 11th sales decline in the last 12 years. The downward trend has accelerated in
Drinking orange juice every day may help prevent cancer, new research has claimed. Orange juice has many potential positive effects when it comes to cancer, particularly because it is high in antioxidants from flavonoids such as hesperitin and
The discourse on genetically modified crops gained a cogent and sorely needed voice this weekend, with the publication of a captivating narrative-treatment of the subject in The New York Times by science writer Amy Harmon. The title of her feature: "
Richard Perry/The New York Times Shoots grown in a laboratory to resist the disease citrus greening are grafted onto normal orange trees in a test plot. The shoots are endowed with a gene from spinach that produces a protein that attacks invading
The Wheaton native plays Marnie, the secretary of fictional former military radio host Richard Hughes (Ed Dzialo), in Jackalope Theatre Company's "The Casuals." In the play, currently at Chicago's Storefront Theater, Marnie and Hughes must keep
Last week, we celebrated the 30th anniversary of Trading Places , the greatest movie about finance ever made, with an oral history of the film ...These crop reports are real, and you can find a calendar of them here . The Dukes hope to discover
Squeezed by tighter budgets, foreign competition and a peck of other problems, Florida's citrus producers are looking for new ways to grow their markets. More than 700 growers are meeting for the ninth Florida Citrus Industry Annual Conference at the
A healthy Valencia orange, left, next to a diseased one in Lake Placid, Florida. MarketWatch) Oranges just might be the new gold at least for investors in futures markets. With many major commodity futures prices awash in red so far this year,