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Syria to export 700,000 tons of citrus to Russia

Damascus - Syria will export more than 700,000 tons of citrus fruits to Russia to "fill the gap" left by Moscow's ban on Turkish agricultural products, officials said Tuesday.

Citrus disease takes hold of U.S. fruit trees

A disease affecting citrus fruit trees called citrus greening is spreading across the U.S., according to new data. Scientists are working on a way to minimize the infection.

Florida's Citrus Orchards Benefit From Reclaimed Wastewater

Studies confirm that the amount of wastewater generated by cities in Florida has increased more than fivefold since 1950.

Japanese farmer grows 11 kinds of citrus on a single tree

A Japanese farmer has created a special tree that produces 11 different kinds of lemons in the same tree. He is not finished yet, and wants to add more varieties of citrus in a year.

Citrus sodas' caffeine content tops cola

A citrus drink could provide even more of a boost than Cola. A new study shows that citrus-flavored sodas often have a higher caffeine content than the most popular colas. The research found that caffeine content can vary widely from brand to brand.

Citrus growers suffer catastrophic losses in California

Farmers in California are assessing the damage to the citrus crop from the ice freeze. They believe the cost could reach half a billion.

New venture to produce ethanol from citrus peels

Xethanol Corp. a renewable energy company, has formed a venture with Renewable Spirits LLC to build a biomass-based pilot production facility in Bartow that will use waste citrus peel to make ethanol.

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