The article describes how the presence of the Asian Citrus Psyllid (ACP), Diaphorina citri Kuwayama (Hemiptera: Liviidae),...Read More
About Our Company
First Fruits Consulting is a specialized service provider to the citrus industry, delivering independent consultation advice on production practices in order to optimize yield and quality. Combining sound scientific recommendations with extensive orchard visits, ensures that production practices are adjusted to the specific, changing needs of the crop ahead of critical crop stages.
In this way trees receive the exact inputs they need, precisely when they need it, leading to above average yields of quality fruit while minimizing alternate bearing. We value our clients and build long term relationships.
Our Vision • Our Mission
Provide specialised, relevant production advice to citrus growers to ensure profitability and sustainability within a dynamic and demanding marketplace. The farm of the future is a cost effective business with optimised, specialised processes from soil to shelf, making use of the latest research results and technology available to the industry.
First Fruits Consulting aims to be at the forefront of new developments in citrus production related science and technology in order to ensure relevant, innovative advice to citrus grower clients, to ensure their competitive advantage.
Aiming to be at the forefront of new developments in
citrus production related science and technology.
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BioGold North America, a citrus variety development company, is now licensing growers to plant two new red orange varieties...Read More
Effects of gibberellin treatment during flowering induction period on global gene expression and the transcription of flowering-control genes in Citrus buds
As we enter the flower induction stage different factor control the amount of flowering for the next season. Gibberellic...Read More
Response of Navel Lane Late citrus trees to regulated deficit irrigation: Yield components and fruit composition
The aim of this study was to determine how regulated deficit irrigation (RDI) would affect the yield and fruit quality...Read More