2015 Florida Fall Peach Seminar Presentations

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Citrus

The citrus industry in Florida has historically been an important sector of the state’s agricultural economy, and remains so today. Citrus fruits, including oranges, grapefruit, tangelos, tangerines, limes, and other specialty fruits, are the state’s largest agricultural commodity. Florida is the world’s leading producing region for grapefruit and second only to Brazil in orange production. The state produces over 80 percent of the United States’ supply of citrus.

Citrus BMP Information

Contact Information for transitioning from the Ridge Nitrate to the new Citrus BMP Program and Weather Station Cost Share Program for all growers.

Weather Information

June 2015 FAWN Presentation

2014 Winter Weather School Presentations:

Evaluation of Freeze Forecasts During a Two Year Period

Review of Critical Temperatures for Key Central Florida Crops

Operation Cleansweep

Safe, convenient, and cost effective mechanism for agricultural operations, golf courses, and pest control companies to properly dispose of canceled, suspended, and unusable pesticides (CSUP).

"Operation Cleansweep" Brochure

"Operation Cleansweep" Guidelines

HLB IFAS Guidance for Greening Management

Read the multi agent developed article (139KB pdf) in their effort to provide guidance to the FL citrus industry in making management decisions regarding Huanglongbing (HLB) citrus greening.

Updated August 8, 2014 - Asian citrus psyllid management in young trees publication.

HLB Resistant Rootstocks - Commerciai Field Trials

December 2015 Rootstock Field Day Handout

New Varieties Development and Management Corpporation Suite III Release Meetings

Commissioner Adam Putnam Declairs a Crisis Exenption for the Use of 3 Bacteriacides for Improving Tree Health in HLB Infected Citrus

Guidance on Anti-microbial use under Commissioner Putnam's Crisis Exemption declared on March 4, 2016

Central Florida Citrus Health Management Area (CHMA) Information

Central Florida Citrus Health Management Area (CHMA) Information

Cycle 69

Important information about soil applications of Belay 2.13 Insecticide to 5-9 foot citrus trees (including bearing) - Both documents below required to be in posession of aplicators during applications.

Belay 2.13 SC Crisis Exemption Letter from Commissioner Putnam 4/8/2014

Belay 2.13 SC Emergency Exemption Label

Baythroid XL SLN Label and Notification from Commissioner Putnam's Office 7/28/14

Sivanto Insecticide now labled in citrus for management of the Asian citrus psyllid other insects 2/2/15

Upcoming CHMA Application Information:

February 2016

April 2016

August 2016

CHMA Application Photo 072914

USDA/FSA - Tree Assistance Program: Ecconomic assistance for citrus growers replacing greening affected trees

FDACS: Abandoned Grove Abatement Initiative (AGAI)

AGAI Brochure: Includes contact information of your CHRP office to get information for getting registered

AGAI Frequently Asked Questions

Postbloom Fruit Drop (PFD) Identification and Management Document

Low Volume Videos & Information

Citrus Greening Information

Evaluation of Low Volume Sprayers Used in Asian Citrus Psyllid Control Applications (853KB pdf file)

Is there a Future for Low Volume Application for Psyllid Control? (803KB pdf file)

Low Volume Application Equipment and Technology (15.7MB pptx)

Newsletters

Citruslines and Fruit Crops Update Newsletter:

February 2016

May 2016

Central Florida Peach Newsletter:

January 2016

March 2016

"Citrus: Good Growing Practices and Diagnosing Common Problems" (10MB pdf)

Mr. Peter Chaires from the New Varieties Development and Management Corporation - Phase 2 Presentation on Aug. 19, 2014

“Central Florida Citrus and Deciduous Fruit Crop Program” (11.4MB ppt)

FBGA Fall Seminar Pictures

Upcoming Programs

Farm Safety Day. December 14, 2016. Registration.

UF IFAS Citrus Agents

Are you a grower who needs advice? Do you have questions about growing or care for your citrus tree(s)? Find answers to these questions and more via the Citrus Agents.  More...

Citrus Canker Resources

Citrus Canker

 

Citrus Economics

Ron Muraro's Citrus Economics Ron Murarno charts and analyzes the cost of harvesting and packaging fresh Florida citrus. He provides annual cost information to citrus packers and citrus industry through economic reports, fact sheets and Extension meetings. More...

Diaprepes Task Force

Diaprepes Task Force Larry Duncan and fellow researchers have combined efforts to bring you the latest in research and archives of past publications about the presence of the Diaprepes Root Weevil.  More...

Florida Citrus Pest Management Guide

Refer to this Guide for BMPs to maintain and control pest populations. More...

New Admire Pro 24c Label for Asian citrus psyllid management in young citrus trees

Citrus Production & Other Fruit Crops

Bill Cline (NC State University) Blueberry Pruning Presentation - SERFVC in Savannah, GA January 2013