Most company's "News" and "Media" pages are filled with company press releases. At Simix Agriculture, we're taking a different approach. We're tracking news about citrus greening and coffee blight, to show the magnitude of the problem that we can fix.
Pesticide Spray Ongoing to Eradicate Asian Citrus Psyllids. Santa Barbara Independent, Dec. 10, 2016
Dying on the Vine: Florida's Citrus Industry Can't Fall of Citrus, Loss of Land. Tampa Bay Times, Dec. 9. 2016
Blaming Greening, Deseret Ranches Foresees End of Citrus Production. Florida Politics, Nov. 14, 2016
Valley Residents Urged to Eat or Dispose of Remaining Fruit on Trees to Avoid Citrus Disease. San Antonio Express News, April 30, 2016
Spraying for Citrus-killing Insect Starts in Highland. San Bernardino Sun, May 2, 2016
More Asian Citrus Psyllids Found in Tulare County. The Fresno Bee, May 3, 2016.
University of Florida Survey: Citrus Greening in 90% of Florida's Citrus Acres. The Ledger, April 28, 2016
Fungus Causing Florida Oranges to Drop Early. WGCU NPR Southeast Florida, April 27, 2016.
Florida's Orange Industry in Its Worst Slump in 100 Years. Citrus trees are being wiped out by an Asian invader. Bloomberg, Nov. 23, 2015
Phoenix-Area Food Banks Rejecting Citrus Donations. The Arizona Republic, Dec. 9, 2015
Citrus Greening Cure May Come Too Late. Tampa Tribune, Oct. 11, 2015
What is Citrus Greening Disease? Scientists talk about releasing predatory wasps to kill the bug that spreads citrus greening. Los Angeles Times, Aug. 14, 2015
Florida Without Oranges? A disease is decimating the citrus industry, leading some to wonder what's next for parts of the Sunshine State. The Atlantic, Jan. 2015
Can Genetic Engineering Save the Florida Orange? Genetically modified oranges might save Florida's blighted groves -- if Americans will drink the juice. National Geographic, Sept. 2014
A Race to Save the Orange, By Altering Its DNA. New York Times, July 27, 2013
Citrus Greening Forces Florida Grove Owners to Embrace a Controversial Savior. Huffington Post, Aug. 2013