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Save Our Citrus - National Quarantines

ALABAMA

Entire state is under quarantine for Asian citrus psyllid.

For regulatory information regarding the movement of fresh citrus fruit, citrus nursery stock or other citrus parts (cut foliage, seeds, wood, etc.), contact the USDA State Plant Health Director’s office at (334) 358-4920.

ARIZONA

The entire state is under quarantine for sweet orange scab. A portion of LaPaz, Mohave, and Yuma Counties are under quarantine for Asian citrus psyllid.

For regulatory information regarding the movement of fresh citrus fruit, citrus nursery stock or other citrus parts (cut foliage, seeds, wood, etc.), contact the USDA State Plant Health Director’s office at (602) 431-3200.
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CALIFORNIA

Portions of Los Angeles and Orange counties are under temporary state emergency quarantine for citrus greening disease. State and federal officials are conducting a comprehensive survey of the region to identify the extent of potential disease spread. California residents may call 800-491-1899 for general information on the state regulations.

All of Imperial, Los Angeles, Orange, San Bernardino, San Diego, Santa Barbara, Riverside and Ventura counties, as well as parts of Tulare, Fresno, and Kern counties are under quarantine for Asian citrus psyllid.

For regulatory information regarding the movement of fresh citrus fruit, citrus nursery stock or other citrus parts (cut foliage, seeds, wood, etc.), contact the USDA State Plant Health Director’s office at (916) 930-5500. Citrus Greening

FLORIDA

Entire state is under quarantine for citrus greening disease, Asian citrus psyllid, citrus canker and sweet orange scab. A relatively small area of southwest Florida in adjoining areas of Hendry and Collier counties is under quarantine for citrus black spot.

For regulatory information regarding the movement of fresh citrus fruit, citrus nursery stock or other citrus parts (cut foliage, seeds, wood, etc.), contact the USDA State Plant Health Director’s office at ( 352) 313-3040 or Florida’s Citrus Health Response Program hotline at 1-800-282-5153, which is maintained by the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.

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GEORGIA

Entire state is under quarantine for citrus greening disease and Asian citrus psyllid.

For regulatory information regarding the movement of fresh citrus fruit, citrus nursery stock or other citrus parts (cut foliage, seeds, wood, etc.), contact the USDA State Plant Health Director’s office at (770) 860-4020.

GUAM

Entire island is under quarantine for Asian citrus psyllid.

For regulatory information regarding the movement of fresh citrus fruit, citrus nursery stock or other citrus parts (cut foliage, seeds, wood, etc.), contact the USDA State Plant Health Director’s office at 808-838-2780.

HAWAII

All islands are under quarantine for Asian citrus psyllid.

For regulatory information regarding the movement of fresh citrus fruit, citrus nursery stock or other citrus parts (cut foliage, seeds, wood, etc.), contact the USDA State Plant Health Director’s office at 808-838-2780.

LOUISIANA

Two parishes are under quarantine for citrus greening disease. The entire state is under quarantine for Asian citrus psyllid and sweet orange scab.
For regulatory information regarding the movement of fresh citrus fruit, citrus nursery stock or other citrus parts (cut foliage, seeds, wood, etc.), contact the USDA State Plant Health Director’s office at (225) 298-5410.

MISSISSIPPI

Entire state is under quarantine for Asian citrus psyllid and sweet orange scab.

For regulatory information regarding the movement of fresh citrus fruit, citrus nursery stock or other citrus parts (cut foliage, seeds, wood, etc.), contact the USDA State Plant Health Director’s office at (662) 323-1291.

PUERTO RICO

Entire Commonwealth of Puerto Rico is under quarantine for citrus greening disease and Asian citrus psyllid.

For regulatory information regarding the movement of fresh citrus fruit, citrus nursery stock or other citrus parts, contact the USDA State Plant Health Director’s office at (787) 771-3611 or the Puerto Rico Department of Agriculture, Plant Quarantine Division, at (787) 724-4627.

SOUTH CAROLINA

Beaufort, Charleston and Colleton counties are under quarantine for Asian citrus psyllid.

In addition, Beaufort and Charleston counties are under quarantine for citrus greening.

For regulatory information regarding the movement of fresh citrus fruit, citrus nursery stock or other citrus parts (cut foliage, seeds, wood, etc.), contact the USDA State Plant Health Director’s office at (919) 855-7600.

TEXAS

Entire state is under quarantine for Asian citrus psyllid and sweet orange scab. A portion of Hidalgo County is under temporary state emergency quarantine for citrus greening disease. State and federal officials are conducting a comprehensive survey of the region to identify the extent of potential disease spread.

For regulatory information regarding the movement of fresh citrus fruit, citrus nursery stock or other citrus parts (cut foliage, seeds, wood, etc.), contact the USDA State Plant Health Director’s office at (512) 916-5241.
Citrus Greening map

U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS

U.S. Virgin Islands is under quarantine for citrus greening disease and Asian citrus psyllid.

For regulatory information regarding the movement of fresh citrus fruit, citrus nursery stock or other citrus parts (cut foliage, seeds, wood, etc.), contact the USDA State Plant Health Director’s office at (787) 766-6050.

AMERICAN SAMOA

The entire Territory is under quarantine for Asian citrus psyllid.

For regulatory information regarding the movement of fresh citrus fruit, citrus nursery stock or other citrus parts (cut foliage, seeds, wood, etc.), contact the USDA State Plant Health Director’s office at 808-838-2780.

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