The Demise Of Orange County

realclimatescience.com | 3/24/2019 | Staff
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Orange County, Florida used to be one of the largest citrus producers in the state.

But it got too cold there, and the citrus industry is nearly gone.

Today - Citrus - Groves - Orange - County

Today there are so few citrus groves left in Orange County they could fit neatly inside a single modern housing development such as east Orlando’s Avalon Park.

Orange County at one time was one of the top five producers of citrus ….. a freeze in the 1950s had wiped out most of the tangerine production ….. At just 2,300 acres today, the amount of ground covered in trees is down 50 percent in the last 10 years...
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