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Keith Landry, MyFoxOrlando
These are very challenging times for Florida's citrus farmers. Experts forecast Florida will have its smallest orange crop this year in forty-nine years. Analysts say the citrus greening disease is destroying our orange groves. University of Central Florida researchers are using nano science, trying to save our oranges.
A recent paper by Alexander Balaeff and colleagues is highlighted in the latest issue of Science magazine.