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4 10, 2018

ACTION REQUIRED: ACP Regional Quarantine for Bulk Citrus Movement

By | October 4th, 2018|Categories: Pest and Disease|0 Comments

The Citrus Pest and Disease Prevention Program reminds growers, packers, and transporters that certain requirements must be met in order to move bulk citrus loads within and outside of an Asian citrus psyllid quarantine area in compliance with CDFA regulations. A fact sheet about requirements for the movement of bulk citrus is available for citrus [...]

27 09, 2018

DOJ Requests a Rehearing on Chlorpyrifos Ruling

By | September 27th, 2018|Categories: Pest and Disease|Tags: |0 Comments

The Department of Justice (DOJ) has petitioned for a rehearing before the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals about the decision directing EPA to revoke all tolerances and cancel all registrations for chlorpyrifos within 60 days. U.S. Secretary of Ag Sonny Perdue praised the DOJ decision and released the following statement: “USDA disagrees with the ruling [...]

20 09, 2018

Following Florida

By | September 20th, 2018|Categories: Pest and Disease, Pesticides|0 Comments

Interesting research In a recent article from the Citrus Industry Magazine, University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences researcher Lukasz Stelinski reported on the importance for Florida citrus growers to continue spraying for ACP even though they are infected with HLB. The reasoning behind this is that an infected tree can still yield [...]

13 09, 2018

Citrus Lecture Series Kick-Off at DPR

By | September 13th, 2018|Categories: Pest and Disease, Pesticides|0 Comments

Last Thursday, DPR hosted what is to be the first of a series of lectures about ACP/HLB.  Jim Cranney, President of the California Citrus Quality Council, organized the lecture to feature talks given by Dr. Beth Grafton-Cardwell, Director of UC ANR’s Lindcove Research and Extension Center; James E. Adaskaveg, Professor and Plant Pathologist at UC [...]

6 09, 2018

Grower Meeting Recap

By | September 6th, 2018|Categories: Citrus Industry, Pest and Disease, Politics|0 Comments

Last week CCM hosted a series of grower meetings in Palm Desert, Santa Paula, and Tulare. The meetings were very successful with about 150 people in attendance to hear about the latest activities from CCM and the Citrus Pest and Disease Prevention Program (CPDPP). The first half of each meeting included an overview of CCM’s [...]

9 08, 2018

U.S. Senate Supports HLB Program

By | August 9th, 2018|Categories: Pest and Disease|0 Comments

Budgets at the federal level are coming closer to a conclusion with the U.S. Senate putting forth its recommendations prior to recess last week.  Slight increases for ACP/HLB detection and analysis operations were agreed to plus there was a recommended increase for implementing promising research projects into the field.  For research, the committee believes research [...]

2 08, 2018

Register Today for the CCM Grower Meetings

By | August 2nd, 2018|Categories: Citrus Industry, Events, Pest and Disease|0 Comments

CCM is putting together a series of informational meetings to give our members an update on the latest CCM activities as well as an update on ACP/HLB programs in California. This is your chance to meet the CCM team and give feedback on the direction of the organization. It is also your chance to make [...]

26 07, 2018

CCM Board Works Through Extensive Agenda

By | July 26th, 2018|Categories: Citrus Industry, Pest and Disease, Pesticides|0 Comments

The July Board meeting is normally devoted to a review of ongoing issues and communications since most policies have been established in numerous areas.  In addition to the dues, PAC, trade, and labor issues discussed elsewhere, the board agreed to a game plan addressing DPR’s non-scientific approach to further regulation on chlorpyrifos and a similar [...]

26 07, 2018

Reminder: Mandatory Compliance Requirements and Resources for Movement of Bulk Citrus

By | July 26th, 2018|Categories: Pest and Disease|0 Comments

The following article first appeared on the Citrus Insider Website. All commercial citrus growers moving fruit out of its original quarantine zone for packing in a different quarantine zone must submit the required Asian Citrus Psyllid-Free Declaration Form or Huanglongbing Pest Risk Mitigation Form to the county agricultural commissioner’s office of the originating county at least 72 hours in advance of [...]

19 07, 2018

Tree Removal Update

By | July 19th, 2018|Categories: Pest and Disease|0 Comments

Orange County continues to be priority number one for CCM considering the number of HLB positive fines that have been found. This past week CCM launched another outreach program which targeted the cities of Garden Grove, Anaheim, and Westminster. The outreach included three different methods to advertise our free citrus tree removal program and educate [...]

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