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- 10/04/13--09:20: _Second Quarantine Zone
- 10/11/13--09:20: _Important Grower Me...
- 10/18/13--10:48: _Citrus Greening Edu...
- 02/06/14--06:48: _Texas Department of...
- 03/03/14--08:24: _Texas Department of...
- 01/21/16--09:50: _January 29 – Winter...
- 01/23/17--09:24: _ENTER TO WIN A KEUR...
- 06/20/17--11:10: _New Informative Videos
- 02/12/18--09:32: _Citrus Center Winte...
- 09/19/18--07:03: _Citrus Canker is Sp...
- 10/04/13--09:20: Second Quarantine Zone
- 10/11/13--09:20: Important Grower Meetings – October 23rd and 24th
- 10/18/13--10:48: Citrus Greening Educational Expo – November 6, 2013
- 01/21/16--09:50: January 29 – Winter Texan Citrus Center Festival
- 01/23/17--09:24: ENTER TO WIN A KEURIG COFFEE MAKER
- 06/20/17--11:10: New Informative Videos
- 02/12/18--09:32: Citrus Center Winter Festival
- 09/19/18--07:03: Citrus Canker is Spreading
A second Quarantine Zone is in place in the Rio Grande Valley. For full information, visit the Texas Department of Agriculture’s website. Click Here
Below are the dates and locations for upcoming grower meetings in both quarantines as well as for the area wide management meetings. The meetings for the quarantine areas will cover the conditions for harvesting and hauling fruit to the packing house as well as the area wide spray concept and how it applies specifically to […]
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(Mission, TX) A new 5-mile radius quarantine was established by the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) on February 4, 2014. This quarantine zone in La Blanca, Texas is the third Citrus Greening Quarantine in South Texas. There are two additional quarantine zones in San Juan, TX and Mission, TX. Parts of Edinburg, Edcouch, Elsa and […]
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(Mission, TX) Prior to February 27, 2014, there were three 5-mile quarantine zones for citrus greening disease established by the Texas Department of Agriculture in South Texas: Mission, San Juan and La Blanca. On February 27, 2014, based on a new detection, TDA expanded the quarantine zone to encompass all three zones and the new […]
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On January 29th from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm, The Texas A&M University-Kingsville Citrus Center in Weslaco, TX is opening its doors to Winter Texans for the first Winter Texan Citrus Center Festival. This is a fun opportunity to learn all about what the Citrus Center has to offer and much more! This Festival will […]
We are conducting a survey of Winter Texans about their citrus pest and disease knowledge. By completing this survey, you will be entered to win a Keurig Coffee Maker! CLICK HERE TO ENTER TO WIN!
Texas A&M Agrilife Extension Services produced a video to educate residents on the need to strip their citrus trees of fruits to disrupt the life cycle of the Mexican fruit fly. ENGLISH VERSION SPANISH VERSION In addition, A&M Agrilife Extension Services produced another educational video as part of the HLB MAC demo project.
Join us on Friday, February 23rd from 9:00 – 12:00 for a FREE EVENT at the Texas A&M University-Kingsville Citrus Center 312 N International Blvd Weslaco, TX 78599-9027 There will be fun music, giveaways and juice samples! Come learn about: Citrus Pests & Diseases in the RGV Citrus varieties grown in the Valley What the […]