The Citrus Research Board (CRB) in coordination with the University of California Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program (UC IPM) is rolling out a new CRB Webinar Series, geared toward citrus growers and industry professionals.
The series will kick-off on Tuesday, September 29, 2020, with Dr. Roger Baldwin of UC Davis presenting “Control of Vertebrate Pests in Citrus”. Dr. Roger Baldwin will discuss how to manage vertebrate pests including ground squirrels, pocket gophers, voles and roof rats in citrus orchards. The presentation will cover a variety of IPM management tools including biocontrol, repellents, habitat modification, trapping, rodenticides and burrow fumigants.
This webinar is currently pending approval for 1-hour of “Other” continuing education units from the California Department of Pesticide Regulation (CDPR) and 1-hour of “IPM” credits from the Certified Crop Adviser (CCA).
To qualify for continuing education units, please use the following list of instructions:
Make sure you mark your calendars for the rest of the talks in the series.
The Citrus Research Board is accepting qualifications for a Managing Editor to assist with the editorial process of Citrograph Magazine.
The Citrus Research Board is accepting proposals from Production Companies to assist with the production and publishing process of Citrograph Magazine.
The Citrus Research Board released the 2020-2021 Request for Proposals (RFP) on February 14, 2020 for scientific research projects that address the needs of California citrus growers. Key priorities for the organization this year include research efforts to provide both short- and long-term solutions to huanglongbing (HLB or citrus greening), research that addresses water and labor needs and securing adequate data to support trade activities and deal with barriers to citrus exports.
Proposals will be accepted through March 13, 2020.
The Citrus Research Board (CRB) is seeking quotes from greenhouse construction vendors to build a 24’ x 30’ greenhouse to grow high-quality citrus plants free of pests to support research on citrus pests and disease in an adjacent containment laboratory in Riverside, California.
CLICK HERE to download RFQ documents