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The end of Florida orange juice? A lethal disease is decimating its citrus industry. As the seasonal harvest approaches, “ghost groves” abandoned by growers are scattered across the state. “Florida could be out of business in 10 to 15 years,” one researcher said.Washington Post coverage of climate and environment-related issues.
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