SoCal Citrus Disease Quarantine Expands to Include Corona, Norco, Chino — KTLA

A Southern California quarantine zone has been expanded in an effort to stop the spread of a disease that threatens the state’s citrus industry. The addition of 107 square miles encompasses the cities of Corona and Norco and part of Chino, the Press-Enterprise reported Thursday. It follows discovery of a dozen trees with citrus greening…

via SoCal Citrus Disease Quarantine Expands to Include Corona, Norco, Chino — KTLA

Yes, We Have Pickles — New York State Parks Blog

Long before refrigeration and supermarkets made it possible to get fresh fruits and vegetables from around the world, our predecessors relied upon drying, salting, fermenting, and pickling summer’s bounty for winter meals. Allowing the wind and sun to dry food is the oldest method of food preservation. The Seneca and other New York Native American […]

via Yes, We Have Pickles — New York State Parks Blog

A Few More Bad Apples: As The Climate Changes, Fruit Growing Does, Too — News : NPR

Apple growing is a ruthless business obsessed with good looks. Higher temperatures affect every part of of the fruit’s life cycle, from more pests to changing color — and can even give them sunburn.(Image credit: Jake Rajs/Getty Images)

via A Few More Bad Apples: As The Climate Changes, Fruit Growing Does, Too — News : NPR

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