There’s a pest on the horizon which could spoil your breakfast, called Asian Citrus Psyllid (ACP). It has devastated the citrus industry in Florida, and has now been spotted in California. Surely Yucatan growers are watching carefully. (But it might be appropriate to relish that orange juice and fruit while we have it!) The result of this infestation is something called greening, which causes fruit to drop early, before it’s ripe, rendering it useless. Florida is experimenting with gene splicing, which could entail replanting the entire population of orange trees there. California is trying to contain the pest using tiny Asian wasps which feed on it, as reported by National Public Radio.