Treating And Uprooting Of Trees At Reynolds Farms Inc. As Citrus Greening Disease Damages Groves : News Photo

Treating And Uprooting Of Trees At Reynolds Farms Inc. As Citrus Greening Disease Damages Groves

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Emma Reynolds, left, and her uncle Charles Reynolds, principals at Reynolds Farm, tag a Valencia orange tree infected with bacteria from the Asian Citrus Psyllid insect at the family groves in Lake Placid, Florida, U.S., on Thursday, May 2, 2013. The U.S. Department of Agriculture probably will lower its estimate for Florida’s orange output as unusually dry weather compounds damage from citrus greening, a crop disease that cuts yields. Photographer: Mark Elias/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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Emma Reynolds, left, and her uncle Charles Reynolds, principals at Reynolds Farm, tag a Valencia orange tree infected with bacteria from the Asian Citrus Psyllid insect at the family groves in Lake Placid, Florida, U.S., on Thursday, May 2, 2013. The U.S. Department of Agriculture probably will lower its estimate for Florida’s orange output as unusually dry weather compounds damage from citrus greening, a crop disease that cuts yields. Photographer: Mark Elias/Bloomberg via Getty Images
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