In California cold weather led to citrus crop damage

In California, cold weather led to citrus crop damage.

Frosty outlook marks domestic citrus

Growers in Florida and California are anticipating a drop in citrus production this season.

“This year has been extremely difficult for the industry. We had a very early frost snap that’s affected production,” said Joel Nelsen, CEO of the California Citrus Mutual growers association.

“In fact, we believe we lost roughly 25% to 30% of the navel orange crop, 40% or so of the remaining mandarin crop — which is the tangerines or clementines, however you wish to classify — that

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