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The following links are some of those that we find most valuable and useful to stakeholders in the Florida citrus industry.

Florida Automated Weather Network
The FAWN web site, managed by the University of Florida, is your source for real-time weather information around the citrus growing areas of the state.

Florida Agricultural Statistics Service
You can find statistics on citrus groves, production and sales at the Florida Agricultural Statistics Service’s web site.

Ultimate Citrus Page
Chet did all the work, so we don’t have to. If you do not see the link you are looking for in our web site, the your next stop should be Chet Townsend’s Ultimate Citrus Page.

Florida Department of Citrus
The Florida Department of Citrus is the state’s grower-funded organization for promoting citrus and citrus products.

FDOC Grower
The Florida Department of Citrus hosts a web site dedicated to providing citrus growers with important industry resources.

Citrus Administrative Committee
You can find statistics on citrus groves, production and sales at the Citrus Administrative Committee’s web site.

Science and Research

Indian River Research and Education Center (IRREC)
The Indian River Research and Education Center conducts scientific research and holds information and education seminars about growing citrus in Florida.

Citrus Research and Development Foundation

Citrus trees and crops face serious threats from infectious diseases, especially citrus greening or huanglongbing (HLB). This disease reduces production and destroys the economic value of fruit.  The spread and cause of HLB are associated with a phloem-feeding insect (Asian citrus psyllid (ACP), Diapharina citri) and a fastidious bacterium (Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus). The Citrus Advanced Technology Program (CATP) was established to search internationally for solutions to HLB, citrus canker and other diseases through sponsored research.

Citrus Research and Education Center (CREC)
The Citrus Research and Education Center is world’s largest citrus research organization.

United States Department of Agriculture
The United States Department of Agriculture is the main organization in the United States dedicated to food production.

Division of Plant Industry: Florida Department of Agriculture
The Division of Plant Industry is a regulatory body dedicated to helping growers protect and safely produce agricultural products in Florida.

Legislative and Government

South Florida Water Management District
The South Florida Water Management District is one of five water management districts created in 1972 by the Florida Legislature. They help protect Florida’s water resources.

St. John’s River Water Management District
The St. John’s River Water Management District is one of five water management districts created in 1972 by the Florida Legislature. They help protect Florida’s water resources.

Other Websites of Interest

Citrus Administrative Committee

 Citrus Research & Development Foundation

Florida Department of Agriculture

Citrus Health Response Plan Updates

 Florida Department of Citrus

 Greening Research Updates

 Legislative Delegation (Federal) – Indian River Citrus District

Senator Bill Nelson

Senator Marco Rubio

Congressman Alcee Hastings

Congressman Bill Posey

 Congressman Tom Rooney

 Legislative Delegation (State) – Indian River Citrus District

J. D. Alexander

Senator Thad Altman

Senator Mike Haridopolos

Senator Joe Negron

Representative Steve Crisafulli

Representative Tom Goodson

Representative Gayle Harrell

Representative Debbie Mayfield

Representative William Snyder

Representative John Tobia

Representative Ritch Workman

 Media

Citrus Industry Magazine

 Florida Grower Magazine

Southeast AgNet

 University of Florida/IFAS

Black Spot Information

 Citrus Budgets

 Citrus Research & Education Center – Lake Alfred

Citrus Health Management Areas

Florida Citrus Extension Agents Website

Greening/HLB

HLB Nutrient Management

Indian River Research and Education Center – Ft. Pierce

Low Volume Spray Application Techniques

Soil and Leaf Tissue Testing

Pest Management Guide

 USDA

 Water Districts

 Weather

FAWN

Florida Farm Bureau

Weather Underground

 

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