Reminder: New Spray and Harvest Product Available for Growers

Regulatory Statewide

The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) recently announced the addition of Sefina to the list of products available for use when conducting preharvest treatments in compliance with Asian citrus psyllid quarantine regulations.

As recommended by the University of California (UC), Sefina (EPA Registration Number 7969-391) has been added to the updated list of foliar products, along with proper use rates, on the Information for Citrus Growers/Grove Managers document available on CDFA’s website and Citrus Insider. For the latest information and additional details on recommended treatments, visit the UC IPM ACP website.

For questions regarding the updated document, please email Karina Chu or call CDFA at (916) 274-6300.


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