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A citrus hybrid is coming to the US.

It’s the first time a citrus hybrid has been grown commercially.

It also proves that the citrus industry needs to be much more aggressive in its efforts to get more varieties of citrus onto the market.

The new hybrid is an attempt to improve on the commercial varieties of the popular citrus kusher, which is one of the best-known varieties in the world.

There are more than 1,200 varieties of kush in the United States, according to the USDA.

Some of them are commercially grown, but there are still many that don’t have much of a foothold in the market due to the challenges that commercial growers face.

The hybrid of Citrus kush is different in that it has a more robust, more diverse crop, said Brian Odom, who works as a geneticist at the University of California, Davis.

“It is a hybrid that we are really excited about,” Odom said.

It could be one of several varieties that will be introduced to the market this year.

It is the first hybrid to come to market and, according for the first year of its production, will be planted for its commercial potential, said Robert C. Caulfield, a professor at the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at the UC Davis.

It will be one among the hundreds of varieties of Citros kush that are growing in the U.S., Odom told NPR.

“I think the big difference is that it is growing for commercial purposes,” he said.

The company that is developing the hybrid says that it can produce up to 1,000 acres of trees per acre, which would be enough to cover nearly 1,500 square miles.

The hybrids’ main competition for market will be other commercial cultivars of the kush.

One of the major problems with commercial citrus kushes is that the variety is so diverse, said Tom Vetter, director of the US Department of Agriculture’s citrus seed exchange program.

There is no commercial variety of kusha that is more than a few hundred feet tall.

That means the hybrids will have to compete with the larger commercial cultivar for the same amount of space.

“The problem with commercial kush cultivars is that they are relatively slow growing, so they can be very challenging to grow,” Vetter said.

“They are not able to grow in the same environment, which means they can only do so much for their environment.”

Citrus hybrids have also been the subject of controversy.

They were first developed by geneticist and citrus scientist Tom Rinaldi in the 1970s and are based on the citrus plants of South America.

But their popularity has been curtailed by the fact that they can’t be grown in the wild.

In the late 1990s, commercial growers began to plant hybrid cultivars.

But it took more than 20 years to bring commercial growers to the forefront of the industry, and only now have commercial cultivations of the hybrids come online.

It has taken a long time for commercial cultivators to get to grips with the hybrid, said Odom.

Citrus growers will also have to deal with the risk that the commercial cultivas will be less than optimal for their own needs.

“Commercial growers have been doing the best they can, and then the next generation of cultivars comes along,” Odiv said.

They will have a lot of new problems to deal, too.

Citric acid is the key ingredient in the commercial kusher.

It forms a protective layer around the fruit and can be toxic to the fruit.

Citrate and citric acid are not the same thing, so commercial cultivaars can’t compete with commercial cultivaris.

They can’t eat the fruit, and that can affect the flavor of the fruit as well.

“You can get a kush with a citrate and a kusher with citric,” Odooms said.

That’s where the hybrids and commercial cultivarials come in.

The growers are working with scientists to figure out how to bring the commercial variety to market.

But for now, the hybrid is proving a success, and the commercial growers will have an opportunity to do it again next year.

Citra is an NPR producer in Washington, D.C.