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A citrus orchard in Immokalee

As the Florida citrus industry heads toward the end of the 2023-24 growing season, the state’s orange production forecast is expected to increase 1% from May projects, according to a June 12 report from the U.S. Department of Agriculture. The 2023-24 Florida all-orange forecast released by the USDA Agricultural Statistics Board increased by about 60,000 boxes to 17.86 million, which would be 2.4 million boxes more than last season’s final production. The forecast comprises 6.76 million boxes of non-Valencia oranges and 11.1 million boxes of Valencia oranges.

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