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BRIEFLY

January 27, 1988

Florida's multibillion-dollar citrus industry braced for a potentially damaging cold snap as an Arctic air mass swept into the Sunshine State with icy temperatures. Florida's $2.5-billion citrus crop has been hit by six destructive freezes in the past eight growing seasons, and growers planned to take steps to protect their crops in the latest cold wave.

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