We’ve shown several photos showing that drive-through inspections of citrus groves are an important way to stay on top of what’s going on. Footprints in the Florida citrus grove are just as–if not more–important, too. Here’s a shot of a citrus scout walking through a grove and measuring insect populations and tree health. The white card and stick are use to tap citrus branches and dislodge insects from the foliage. This makes the insects easier to count.
citrus research. We’ve been in Florida for three generations. The idea behind this blog is to tell the Florida citrus story straight from the field in a visual way. I also have a web development firm. Be sure to also check out Panotracks, my professional photography portfolio. I also developed one of the most widely used citrus management field apps using artificial intelligence and handheld PDA devices. Some of the other websites I've designed or developed include Indian River Citrus League, Florida Department of Citrus, and Blue Goose Growers.