For more information or to join CCNS, please contact:
Deborah Pagliaccia, Ph.D.
California Citrus Nursery Society Executive Director
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California Citrus Nursery Board
The California Citrus Nursery Advisory Board has developed an info book for Citrus Nurseries. The book is designed to provide a single source of essential and supplemental information for the operation of California citrus nurseries.
Visit this page to see all the contents including Government, Trade Information, Laws and Regulation, Pesticide, Industry Organizations, and more...
Citrus Pest & Disease Prevention Program
Citrus Clonal Program Protection
Contact Georgios Vidalakis
The CCPP provides a safe mechanism for the introduction into California of citrus varieties from any citrus-growing area of the world for research, variety improvement, or for use by citrus enthusiasts and the commercial industry of the state. This mechanism includes, disease diagnosis and pathogen elimination followed by maintenance and distribution of true-to-type, primary citrus propagative material of the citrus varieties.
Read more about CCPP HERE
Citrus Variety Collection (CVC)
Contact Tracy Kahn
The Citrus Variety Collection and Citrus Experiment Station were established in Riverside, California in the early 1900s to support the needs of the developing citrus industry in Southern California. The Citrus Experiment Station became the foundation of the University of California Riverside campus and has remained at the forefront of agricultural and citrus research.
Citrus Research & Development Foundation Florida
The Citrus Research and Development Foundation, Inc. (CRDF) was formed to coordinate citrus research funding in the face of huanglongbing (HLB, also known as “citrus greening”). While it addresses the full array of citrus research needs, CRDF has focused on HLB because it represents an existential threat to the Florida citrus industry.
National Clonal Repository of Citrus Dates/USDA @ UCR
The Research Leader, Acting is Todd Skaggs. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Research Leader is
USDA, ARS NATL GERMPLASM REPOS
1060 MARTIN LUTHER KING BLVD
Riverside, CA 92507
Lindcove Research and Extension Center
San Joaquin Valley citrus growers and the University of California Riverside established the Lindcove Research and Extension Center in 1959. The soils and climate at LREC are representative of the 200,000 acres of commercial citrus growing in the Central Valley of California. Scientists conduct research programs at LREC that evaluate new varieties of citrus, better ways to grow citrus, and new ways to manage pests. Extension programs communicate the results to citrus clientele as well as the general public.
Read more at LREC website