Florida is currently under a statewide quarantine by the USDA and no citrus fruit may leave the state unless the USDA has issued a limited permit. No Florida-grown citrus fruit may enter any citrus producing states or territories. This restriction includes homegrown citrus. Dooryard citrus fruit may move unrestricted within Florida, but may not move out of the state. Citrus plants or plant parts may not enter or leave Florida. Please contact the DPI helpline with questions 800-282-5153.
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