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Check out our exciting new series, "Down on the Farm"
In our first feature, ARS researchers have designed and built an Apple Harvest and Infield Sorting Machine to improve harvest productivity as well as to reduce postharvest handling cost. Learn more.
Check out the new Citrus Rootstocks website. This site is a valuable source of information about rootstocks for citrus growers, nurseries, and researchers around the world and highlights some of the great rootstock research ARS is doing in Florida.