Florida is the world’s second-largest orange juice producer, and the crop has contracted for years because of citrus greening and is poised to shrink to what could be the smallest harvest in five decades.
Florida is the world’s second-largest orange juice producer, and the crop has contracted for years because of citrus greening and is poised to shrink to what could be the smallest harvest in five decades. Herald file photo
Florida is the world’s second-largest orange juice producer, and the crop has contracted for years because of citrus greening and is poised to shrink to what could be the smallest harvest in five decades. Herald file photo

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February 14, 2017 10:04 AM

Too much water is diluting juice from world’s No. 1 orange crop

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