Fla. lawmakers approve $9.5 million for citrus research

05/7/2013 | Packer (Lenexa, Kan.), The

The Florida Legislature has approved $9.5 million in funding for research to fight citrus greening, a plant disease also known as huanglongbing that's been found in all of the state's 32 citrus-growing counties and is capable of killing a tree in two years. Gov. Rick Scott must still approve the budget.

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