The US extends the ban on Argentine lemons by 30 days

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) has decided to extend the ban on the entry of lemons from Tucuman for another 30 days, official sources confirmed today.

21/03/2017 | Ingles

South Africa: Citrus export estimates for 2017

The 2017 citrus export estimates aren’t that dissimilar to those of 2015, says the CEO of the Citrus Growers Association, Justin Chadwick.

14/03/2017 | Ingles

Spain: Difficulties in planning citrus campaign

In the region of Murcia, the damages caused to citrus fruits by the bad weather have started taking a toll in various markets.

09/03/2017 | Ingles

Spain: Expert warns that HLB could kill citrus in just a few years

It is known as greening and is a lethal bacterium for citrus. It is transmitted by an insect whose presence has already been detected in Spain, in particular in Galicia, but also in Portugal.

06/03/2017 | Ingles

Chinese: Demand for citrus continues to grow

Market transactions in citrus are lively and the prices have generally increased.

01/03/2017 | Ingles

Uruguay ‘migrating’ citrus exports to U.S., China

Uruguayan Fruit Producers and Exporters Union (UPEFRUY) head Marta Bentancur expects a good citrus season this year in terms of volume and size, as the industry continues its push into North American and Asian markets.

20/02/2017 | Ingles

Spanish: Mandarin production much greater than last year

Preliminary data on the production of mandarins in Spain in the 2016/2017 campaign, point to the total volume reaching 2,446 million tonnes, compared to 1,972 million tonnes in the previous season.

17/02/2017 | Ingles

U.S: Florida could see smallest citrus crop in 50 years

According to some, Florida is looking to have one of the worst citrus crops in a long time, due to the worsening effects of citrus greening.

15/02/2017 | Ingles

Spain: The Clemenules in Castellon "are dead" and there's "no solution"

The situation of oranges this season has finally improved and prices are on the rise, but Castellon will hardly benefit from it.

06/02/2017 | Ingles

Mexico: Tamaulipas releases 40 million sterile flies per year

The citrus industry in the downtown area of Tamaulipas was put at risk by the presence of pests such as the fruit fly, exotic flies, the tristeza virus, and the red spider. As a result, producers work hard to keep them at bay and to prevent the Yellow Dragon disease.

01/02/2017 | Ingles