Why the world’s biggest citrus harvest could be in jeopardy

An international effort to grow the world, and in particular the world of citrus, has failed to produce enough crops.

It’s one of many problems that the world has faced in the past few years.

And it could be worse.

A lot worse.

This is part of a special report from The Washington Post, a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative news organization.

It is produced by Post staff writers David Morgan and Carol Morello and is part on the partnership with NPR and the Smithsonian Institute’s National Museum of Natural History.

For more stories, go to wapo.st/wapo_specialreport.

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