Author Archive for chad

Citrus Research Board hires Gary Schulz as President

The Citrus Research Board (CRB), is proud to announce Gary Schulz as President. Schulz joined the organization on September 14, 2015 to manage the overall affairs of the program and guide strategic direction.

See press release HERE

Citrograph Fall 2015

Detecting diseases via drones


Citrograph Summer 2015

Choosing the right lemon cultivar for desert production


Citrograph Spring 2015

Celebrating a Citrograph Milestone


Citrograph Winter 2015

Ramping up the fight against ACP and HLB


14-15 RFP Announcement

CRB Research – Request for Proposals Now Open

The Citrus Research Board is now accepting preproposal submissions for the 2014-2015 research cycle.  See more information and fillable forms HERE. 

Citrus Production Manual Now Available

Introducing the First Comprehensive Manual on Citrus Production, from

University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources

For more info, including ordering and special sale price until May 31, 2014, visit:

CRB Past Research – Deficit Irrigation

CRB Past Research – Deficit Irrigation – David A. Goldhamer

In a year when water is scarce, deficit irrigation is a method to consider.  CRB funded  two research projects on regulated deficit irrigation (RDI) conducted by David Goldhamer in 1997-2000 and 2002-2006.  You can find these project reports categorized by year below. 

    Regulated Deficit Irrigation of Orange Under High Evaporative Demand – Goldhamer    
                1997   1998 1999  2000 (Completion Report)
      Using Regulated Deficit Irrigation to Optimize Size in Late Harvest Navels – Goldhamer     
           2002  2003  2004 2005 2006 (Completion Report)

Citrograph Magazine Announces New Publishers

CRB Names Cribbs & Evangelo as New Publishers Citrograph Magazine

Feb. 3, 2014 – The publishing partnership of Cribbs and Evangelo has been selected to be publishers of Citrograph, the official magazine of the Citrus Research Board (CRB), according to Ken Keck, President of the CRB.

See press release HERE

New Logo for the Citrus Research Board


 Jan. 15, 2014 – The Citrus Research Board is pleased to release their new official logo. In the coming months, this logo will be implemented into all CRB outlets including Citrograph Magazine and in a redevelopment of this website.