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Terminal disease threatens citrus production in Central America

The first countries to see the presence of huanglongbing were Belize and Honduras in 2009. In 2010 it spread to Guatemala and Nicaragua, and in 2011 it arrived in Costa Rica.

Photos: Weekend at the farmers market

Every weekend, towns across the country block off roads for their feria del agricultor.

Agriculture Ministry surveys population’s consumption of fruits, vegetables, seafood

Agriculture Ministry officials this week began a nationwide survey on the population's consumption of vegetables, fish and seafood.

Eat (and drink!) delicious pejibaye at annual Costa Rica festival

Alcoholic chicha -- made from pejibaye -- at the Feria de Pejibayes in 2011. Pejibaye, or peach-palm in English, is a versatile fruit. Consume it topped...

US boost in food imports could help Tico producers, export agency says

Costa Rica's Foreign Trade Promotion Office, or PROCOMER, is eyeing a recent U.S. Agriculture Department report that noted the United States will spend an additional $8 billion this year on food, compared to last year's figures. PROCOMER says the increase could benefit Tico exporters, particularly producers of fruits and vegetables.

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