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Is your morning cup of orange juice in danger? It might be. And your grapefruit too. A bacterial disease known as citrus greening (AKA Huanglongbing or HLB or yellow dragon disease) is threatening America's citrus crops. Named for the way it turns citrus fruits green, misshapen and bitter tasting, a...
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