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River Ramblings – April 2014

The Indian River Citrus League welcomes Scott Lambeth as its incoming president.2014 April Issue

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River Ramblings – March 2014

During the League’s February board meeting, Dr. Melissa Doud, a postdoctoral research associate under the supervision of Dr. Yong-Ping Duan at the USDA ARS USHRL gave a presentation on thermal treatment of HLB-affected citrus trees.2014 March Issue

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River Ramblings – February 2014

The 2014 Florida Citrus Show marked a record-breaking turnout with nearly 800 attendees on hand for the two-day educational program, tradeshow and networking opportunity. Produced in partnership by Florida Grower magazine, University of Florida’s Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (UF/IFAS), and the Indian River Citrus League,

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River Ramblings – February 2013

The Good, bad and the ugly was the description of the Legend of the River recipient J. Brantley Schirard’s life in citrus.  The award, given to an individual for their commitment in support of the Indian River citrus industry, was presented to Schirard for his life time

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River Ramblings – January 2013

HLB is still rampant; battles against blight and black spot rage on; and canker continues to be a concern.  The January issue focuses on the 2013 Florida Citrus Show and the topics showcasing the science behind the research. January 2013 issue

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River Ramblings – December 2012

For service to the state and its signature agricultural commodity, the Florida Citrus Hall of Fame chose J. Brantley Schirard, Sr., and four others to its class of 2013. Download December 2012 Issue

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River Ramblings – November 2012

On November 1, 2012, the Indian River Citrus League Board of Directors voted unanimously to elect Thomas Purnell (T.P.) Kennedy President for a two-year term from November 2012 – November 2014 November 2012 Issue

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River Ramblings–October 2012

The concept of “water farming” is based on utilizing fallow/out-ofproduction citrus lands to retain or store surface water, reduce nutrients and serve as an alternative water supply source. Water farming has been identified as a potential water management and land practice alternative that can assist in reducing

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River Ramblings-September 2012

The 82nd Annual Meeting of the Indian River Citrus League The 82nd Annual Meeting of the Indian River Citrus League will be held at the Quail Valley River Club, 2345 Highway A1A, Vero Beach, FL on October 11, 2012 at 10:30 a.m. The meeting will feature Congressman

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River Ramblings-January 2012

2012 Indian River Citrus League Banquet The Indian River Citrus League has once again partnered with the University of Florida/Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences, and Florida Grower Magazine for the annual Florida Citrus Show on January 25-26, 2012 at the Havert L. Fenn Center in Ft.

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