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Citrograph Spring 2016

CRB: Committed to the fight


Job Announcement – Director of Communications


The Director of Communications will direct Communications Department personnel and contracted vendors, oversee the quality of all communications work, work to deliver all products and events on-time, and be a team player that contributes to a business culture of accountability, transparency and customer service to the many industry assessment payers and stakeholders.

See full announcement and application instructions HERE.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Citrograph Winter 2016

Meet CRB’s new leadership team


Citrograph Fall 2014

Bobby: The latest ally in the war on HLB.


Contracts and Grants Coordinator


The Citrus Research Board is seeking a Contracts and Grants Coordinator to assist the organization in the preparation, execution, and monitoring of research projects totaling more than $6M annually. Bachelor’s degree and relevant work experience required.

We offer a competitive salary with benefits. Send resumes in PDF format by visiting this webpage.

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Citrograph Summer 2014


NEW Citrus Production Manual

Introducing the First Comprehensive Manual on Citrus Production, from University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources. For more info, including ordering, visit:

Deficit Irrigation

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 (PDF).

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
20022003200420052006 (Completion Report)

Citrograph Spring 2014

Comprehensive California citrus brand list debuts

Citrograph Winter 2014

CRB’s updated logo reflects new strategic direction