Current News


An important website and listerve for Growers, PCOs, and PCAs, has been launched to keep information flowing to the packing houses, growers, shippers, and pest control advisers in Tulare County.  Visit this website to learn more:  http://www.citrusinsider.org/

Are you an urban or suburban gardening enthusiast, who has ornamental citrus trees or a small acreage grove?  Visit www.californiacitrusthreat.org for more info about how you can help stop the spread of the Asian Citrus Psyllid, we need your help!

Every mention of #citrusmatters helps fund ACP Research, up to 25,000 hashtags will result in $25,000 being given by Bayer CropScience for eradication of this pest! Check out more at http://citrusmatters.bayercropscience.us/home.

Below are handouts and important links for the materials shared at the July 2013 workshop held for growers in Tulare County.


More information on the ACP Eradication in Tulare County may be found on the CDFA website: http://www.cdfa.ca.gov/plant/acp/


Tulare County is now under full county
border to border ACP quarantine as of October 2014.



Grower Resources


California Citrus Mutual
512 North Kaweah Avenue
Exeter, California 93221
Telephone: 559-592-3790
Fax: 559-592-3798
Web:  www.cacitrusmutual.com

CDFA Regulatory Office
345 E. Tulare Ave.
Visalia, CA 93277
Telephone: 559-636-7410
Fax: 559-636-7446

CDFA Regulatory Website for ACP


CPDPP Grower Liaison Tulare County
North County
Dan Dreyer
dan@ag-services.net
559-804-0165

CPDPP Grower Liaison Tulare County
South County
Erin Betts
erinbetts4@gmail.com
559-788-8380

Victoria Hornbaker
California Department of Food and Ag
CPDPP Citrus Program Manager
victoria.hornbaker@cdfa.ca.gov
916-654-0317



Workshop handouts from Grower Meetings:

Asian citrus psyllid quarantines are in place in Fresno, Imperial, Kern, Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo, Tulare and Ventura counties a total of more than 46,420 square miles of California are under quarantine. To stay abreast of news in your area, please opt-in to receive automatic updates via email when news affecting your region is added to CitrusInsider.org. Now, as always, we must continue to work together to save California citrus.



                   Visit this website to learn more:  http://www.citrusinsider.org/


Updated 7/25/2015