Florida's oranges are shrinking.
As one of the worst droughts of the past 100 years drags on, that's one of the impacts state leaders discussed Tuesday.
Another is the greater threat of wildfires.
The combination of a nearly three-year drought and freezes across the state have also left the state in desperately dry conditions ripe for wildfires.
"The indications for wildfires are the worst I've ever seen," Agriculture Commissioner Bob Crawford told Gov. Jeb Bush at a briefing at the governor's office.
"We're getting smaller oranges because of the drought, which means less juice," Crawford added. The cost to the state's citrus …