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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 greening

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News

Citrus quarantines hit Monterey, Merced counties
Quarantines have begun in California's Monterey and Merced counties due to Asian citrus psyllid detections. Two of the pests were found in a trap in Salinas, and one was found near the city of Merced. The California Department of Food and Agriculture announced the quarantines July 13 Find out more on the quarantine from this Packer story....Learn more »
Citrus quarantines hit Monterey, Merced counties
Quarantines have begun in California's Monterey and Merced counties due to Asian citrus psyllid detections. Two of the pests were found in a trap in Salinas, and one was found near the city of Merced. The California Department of Food and Agriculture announced the quarantines July 13 Find out more on the quarantine from this Packer story....Learn more »
Orange production down by 9 million boxes
U.S. growers are expected to produce about 138 million boxes of oranges this season, down from 147 million boxes in 2014-15. The drop continues a years-long trend in U.S. orange production. More on the decline can be found in this Packer report....Learn more »
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