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Featured citrus products

Herbicides

Gramoxone® SL 2.0: Provides effective broad‐spectrum burndown weed control

Insecticides

Agri-Flex®: Protects against the three most damaging pests of citrus foliage and fruit

Agri-Mek® SC: Sets the industry standard for mite control

Voliam Flexi®: Provides excellent residual control

Fungicides

Graduate A+®: Controls resistant molds and decay

Quadris Top®: Serves as an industry-leading disease control option

Ridomil Gold® SL: Provides unsurpassed protection for soil-borne diseases

 

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Citrus product portfolio
Citrus product portfolio

Minimize diseases, insects and weeds with our portfolio of leading products.

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Citrus Greening
Citrus greening

Learn about ways to fight citrus greening and the vector that spreads it.

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Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship
Syngenta Agricultural Scholarship

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News

CA citrus industry wants ACP rule changes
California could significantly change its Asian citrus psyllid quarantine regulations and, as a result, is asking growers and nursery owners to comment on the proposals. Read more on the proposed changes from this Western Farm Press article....Learn more »
CA citrus industry wants ACP rule changes
California could significantly change its Asian citrus psyllid quarantine regulations and, as a result, is asking growers and nursery owners to comment on the proposals. Read more on the proposed changes from this Western Farm Press article....Learn more »
Trade commission report sees trade gains for fruit & vegetable exports
A 800-page International Trade Commission analysis says that U.S. fresh fruit, vegetable and nut exports will increase by $990 million if the Trans-Pacific Partnership is enacted. Read more on this prediction from this Packer story....Learn more »