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|Florida not expecting damage to citrus from freeze|
|News - St Augustine Area & St Johns County|
LAKELAND — Florida’s citrus industry isn’t expecting any damage to crops from a deep freeze afflicting much of the continental U.S.
Temperatures are expected to drop in parts of Florida on Tuesday. But Florida Citrus Mutual spokesman Andrew Meadows said temperatures must be at 28 degrees or lower four hours straight for fruit to freeze badly. Some areas could get that cold, but not any large swaths of land.
Meadows said he is optimistic the citrus crop will stand up well.
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