From what I understand we have the only key lime grove left in South Dade Co., FL., about 50 trees. Hurricane Andrew and over-zealous citrus canker inspectors wiped out the rest. The talk is that all citrus in FL will be wiped out by a new pest from Asia, citrus greening. I don’t accept that. I’ve seen our limes respond like magic to the SEA-90 sea solids. And I’d like to prove that FL citrus can be saved by thinking outside the conventional agricultural box.