Your Current Grower Liaisons Are Here to Support You

Statewide

The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) recently announced applications were being accepted for grower liaison positions across the state. Through the state mandated CDFA contracting process, all grower liaison contracts must be put out for competitive bid every two years.

Your current grower liaisons will continue to support you and serve through the end of their current contracts, which expire on June 30, 2021. Many grower liaisons have reapplied for their current positions and hope to continue to support you in that capacity for years to come.

Applications closed on May 10, and grower liaison selections will be announced in the coming weeks. Please continue to check Citrus Insider for the latest program updates.


Tulare County Citrus Grower Meeting and ACP Update: Friday, May 20


Citrus growers and industry members with operations in Tulare County are invited to attend a...
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San Joaquin Valley

Industry Members Encouraged to Increase Vigilance Following Recent ACP Detections


Following recent Asian citrus psyllid (ACP) detections in the Central Valley over the last few...
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San Joaquin Valley

San Diego County Citrus Grower Meetings – April 27 and 30


Citrus growers and industry members in San Diego County are invited to attend an in-person San...
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Southern California

USDA Confirms Citrus Canker in a South Carolina Nursery Stock Sold to California; CDFA Takes Action with USDA to Identify and Destroy Affected Plants


The United States Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS)...
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