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December 10, 2018
Florida Business News

Red tide is still in our waters and experts can’t say when it will end

What does 2019 and beyond look like for Florida's beaches? The short answer is nobody knows for sure and scientists are still struggling to find out.

Boosting oyster industry tops requests for BP oil spill recovery dollars

Three projects are seeking millions in BP oil spill recovery dollars to help revitalize the oyster industry in the Florida Panhandle.

Citrus County farm business is a national award finalist

Elite OviGen Inc., a business developed by a Citrus County rancher, has been named a finalist in the American Farm Bureau Federation’s Ag Innovation Challenge competition.

Opinion: Beverage companies are helping protect Florida's beaches, waterways

America’s beverage companies are supporting programs that have been shown to increase recycling and keep reusable materials from being landfilled or becoming litter.

Successful test for Harris Corp.'s 'small' satellite technology

The Melbourne-headquartered Harris has announced it successfully launched and communicated with its first small satellite, or "smallsat" called HSAT.

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How red tide testing works
How red tide testing works

Dr. Vince Lovko talks about how Mote tests water for Karenia brevis, or the red tide phytoplankton. 

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