CRDF December 2017 – HLB Research Beyond CRDF: Florida’s Goal Achieved

CRDF November 2017 – Impacts of Hurricane Irma on HLB Field Research

CRDF October 2017 – New Happenings at CRDF

CRDF September 2017 – Bactericide Use: an Update at Citrus Expo

CRDF August 2017 – A Glimpse at CRDF Programs and Planning

CRDF July 2017 – Field Trials of Rootstocks and Scions: What Can They Tell Us?

CRDF June 2017 – What Have We Learned?

CRDF May 2017 – Short-Term Focus Areas

CRDF April 2017 – What Will IT Take to Defeat HLB?

CRDF March 2017 – Determining Key HLB Research and Delivery Projects

CRDF February 2017 – CRDF Planning Directions and Processes

CRDF January 2017 – High Psyllid Populations and CRDF Actions

CRDF December 2016 – Status of NyPsyllid Project

CRDF November 2016 – Citrus Researchers from Around the World Converge to Share Results

CRDF October 2016 – PFD Is Top Priority for CRDF

CRDF September 2016 – Bactericide Survey Results

CRDF August 2016 – Finding Answers to Bactericide Questions

CRDF July 2016 – Researchers Working on the HLB Problem are Second to None

CRDF June2016 – Questions from the Field: Adoption of Use of Bactericides

CRDF May2016 – New Tool Provides Shot of Optimism

CRDF April 2016 – Growers Give CRDF Strong Endorsement

CRDF March 2016 – Time to Start Removing Abandoned Groves

CRDF February 2016 – CRDF Defining Itself to Best Serve Growers

CRDF January 2016 column – New HLB-Tolerant Rootstocks Give Growers Hope

CRDF December 2015 column – Knowledge Exchange with Brazil Important in Fight Against HLB

CRDF November 2015 column – Moving HLB Tolerance and Resistance to the Field

CRDF October 2015 column – Advancement of Bactericides for Possible Special Local Use Needs in Citrus

CRDF September 2015 column – Meeting Challenges, Moving Forward

CRDF August 2015 column – Where Are We with Tools to Manage HLB?

CRDF July 2015 column – Integrating Investments in HLB and Other Disease Research

CRDF June 2015 column – CRDF Efforts to Address Huanglongbing Over 6 Years

CRDF May 2015 column – CRDF Considers the Next Round of Projects

CRDF April 2015 column – CRDF Recent Activities of Interest to Citrus Growers

CRDF March 2015 column – HLB Projects: Transistion with Establishment of New Federal Funding Programs

CRDF February 2015 column – CRDF Committee Activities and Programs to Develop Solutions

CRDF January 2015 column – The Quest for Solutions to HLB: Reflections on 2014

CRDF December 2014 column – CRDF Activities Coming Up

CRDF November 2014 column – Synopsis of Ongoing Field Trials of HLB Solutions and Other Tools for Disease Management

CRDF October 2014 column – The Path Forward for HLB Antimicrobial Treatments

CRDF September 2014 column – Integration of New Federal Funding Initiatives into CRDF Programs and Goals

CRDF August 2014 column – Tracking Ongoing Research and Priorities for Citrus

CRDF July 2014 column – Reasons to be Optimistic

CRDF June 2014 column – Citrus Growers Attend HLB Thermal Therapy Field Day April 30

CRDF May 2014 column – Implementation of New Federal Funding for Citrus Disease Research and its Relationship to CRDF

CRDF April 2014 column – Funding to Support Huanglongbing Research: Getting Solutions to Citrus Growers

CRDF March 2014 column – Report on CRDF-sponsored Visit to Citrus Groves in São Paulo, Brazil to Better Understand HLB Mgt on Citrus

CRDF February 2014 column– Keeping Current with CRDF Activities and Progress

CRDF January 2014 column – Questions about dealing with HLB

CRDF December 2013 column – An Update on CRDF Project Activities

CRDF November 2013 column – CRDF Commitment of FY 2013–2014 State Legislative Funding to Accelerate HLB Solutions

CRDF October 2013 column – Coordination of Research on Huanglongbing: Discussions Between CRDF and the California Citrus Research Board

CRDF September 2013 column – CRDF Research Update: Projects Focusing on Citrus Tree Response to HLB

CRDF August 2013 column – Grower Trials –  An Important Component of Delivering Solutions to Huanglongbing

CRDF July 2013 column – Using the Tools Avaliable for Management of Citrus in an Era of HLB

CRDF June 2013 column – Field Research of Interest to Citrus Growers: How Do We Know These Practices Work?

CRDF May 2013 column  – The Asian Citrus Psyllid Research Team and its Contributions to HLB Management

CRDF April 2013 column – What can Growers Do to Improve Asian Citrus Psyllid Control?

CRDF March 2013 column– Why the 3rd International HLB Research Conference is important to CRDF and the Industry

CRDF February 2013 column – The Scientists Leading the Projects

CRDF January 2013 column – A Simple Math Equation to Describe HLB Research Direction

CRDF December 2012 column – What is the current status of HLB in Florida Citrus?

CRDF November 2012 – USDA approves project to seek long-term solution to ACP and HLB

CRDF October 2012  – More on Commercial Product Development

CRDF Sept 2012  – Commercial Product Development

CRDF August 2012 – Answers to often-asked questions about CRDF

CRDF July 2012 – CRDF research plans for 2012-13 are in place

CRDF May 2012  – Challenges to replanting citrus groves addressed by CRDF

CRDF April 2012 – CRDF approves next round of 67 research projects

CRDF March 2012 – CRDF leads submission of multi-state research grant application to USDA

CRDF February 2012  – How closely is CRDF working with other citrus research organizations

CRDF January 2012 – CRDF: Who makes the decisions?

CRDF December 2011 – The HLB pathogen: The challenges of finding solutions

CRDF November 2011  – Getting solutions to growers – research that enables CHMA

CRDF_October 2011 – CRDF discusses research questions relating to citrus nutrition

CRDF_September_2011 – CRDF research update: Projects focusing on citrus tree response to HLB

CRDF August 2011 – CRDF support for research on Asian Citrus Psyllid

CRDF July 2011 – Open innovation systems for citrus research

CRDF June 2011  – CRDF seeks secondary funding to augment grower dollars

CRDF_May-2011 – CRDF takes balanced approach


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