Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
This page contains updates, disease identification training and presentations for grower services in the citrus industry.
This page provides citrus grower and caretaker compliance information. If you cannot find the information you need, please call our helpline at 1-888-397-1517.
This page contains the Processor Compliance Agreement Packet and related links.
Citus harvesters should have a signed compliance agreement on file with the department. Information about the compliance agreement process may be found on this page.
Find information about approved structures, nursery regulations, shipment procedures, agreements and registration, program and quarantines.
This initiative will help mitigate the impact of exotic citrus pests and diseases by identifying abandoned groves and removing these reservoirs of infection.
Information on Citrus Quarantines in Florida, the various diseases that plague Florida Citrus and maps that show their distribution.
Learn about the different pests and diseases that plague Florida's citrus.
The Florida Apiary/Citrus Industry Link is a public mapping service created to promote and simplify communications between the apiary and citrus industries.
The citrus budwood program was established in 1953 and became mandatory for all propagation of citrus in 1997. The objective of this program is to assist growers and nurserymen in the production of horticulturally superior citrus nursery stock that is believed to be free of virus and other graft-transmissible diseases. On the following pages you will find information on the Florida Citrus Budwood Protection Program. There are pages of information for the foundation source trees at Chiefland and pages of other important program activities. Links are provided for yield data, budwood ordering procedures, and statistics for citrus nursery activities.