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Funmilayo Olajide-Taiwo, said the institute noted that most of the citrus
orchards around are not producing as expected because they are direct from seedlings trees.
producers have suffered terrible losses from citrus
greening, and they need to be aware of organic solutions to ward off this disease," says Jessica Shade, director of Science Programs for The Organic Center.
The yield and quality of citrus
fruits faces many production constraints including diseases caused by fungal, viral, bacterial and nematode pathogens.
He said that mostly growers were ignoring modern techniques for pruning which was a main reason behind the citrus
He credited the progress of his province to, among other things, the strides of the citrus
its flowers which also decreased citrus
production, he added.
Quality and efficacy are better validated in citrus
bioflavonoids that are tested for total bioflavonoid content by HPLC as well as ORACFN value, measuring specific antioxidant activity against the most influential free radicals naturally found in the human body.
At the same time, according to the Action Plan, existing standards in the citrus
industry should be brought into line with international requirements small-scale farmers and farmers operating in this area should be encouraged to cooperate on voluntary cooperation contacts with foreign companies with progressive production and export experience should be enhanced and a progressive insurance mechanism should be established.
The Asian citrus
psyllid, Diaphorina citri Kuwayama (Hemiptera: Liviidae), is an important pest because it transmits a bacterium 'Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus' putatively responsible for a serious citrus
disease known as Asiatic huanglongbing or citrus
greening disease (Bove 2006; Gottwald 2010).
World cooperative (better known as Florida's Natural, after it's orange juice brand) is launching a second, $10-million tree planting program to help its members replace orange and grapefruit groves ravaged by citrus
greening disease (see the March-April issue of Rural Cooperatives for a full report on the situation).