Florida Citrus Pest Management Guide 

Pest Management Guide

Introduction

The objective of the Florida Citrus Pest Management Guide is to assist citrus growers in the identification of pest management options and the selection of appropriate control measures. This publication should serve as a reference once it has been determined that control measures might be warranted. It is not intended to replace pesticidal product labels which contain important usage information and should be immediately accessible for reference. Violations of directions for use printed on the label are against State and Federal laws. Care should be taken to select only those treatments best suited for control of the specific pest(s) identified as requiring suppression. Products listed in all tables have been shown to be efficacious, non-phytotoxic to citrus, and relatively safe on non-target arthropods and microorganisms when used as directed. However, it is important to realize that results may not be consistent under different environmental, application, and tank mix conditions.

 

General | Mites, Insects & Nematodes | Diseases | Weeds | Pesticides


 

General Information

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Introduction
M.E. Rogers and M.M. Dewdney
Useful Telephone Numbers
Frederick M. Fishel
Fresh Fruit Pesticide Residue Limits
M.A. Ritenour

 

Mites, Insects & Nematodes

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Asian Citrus Psyllid and Citrus Leafminer
M.E. Rogers, P.A. Stansly and L.L. Stelinski
Rust Mites, Spider Mites, and Other Phytophagous Mites
M.E. Rogers and P.A. Stansly
Soft-Bodied Insects Attacking Foliage and Fruit
P.A. Stansly and M.E. Rogers
Citrus Root Weevils
L.W. Duncan, M.E. Rogers, S.H. Futch, and J.H. Graham
Plant Bugs, Chewing Insect Pests, Caribbean Fruit Fly, and Thrips
P.A. Stansly and M.E. Rogers
Nematodes
L.W. Duncan, J.W. Noling and R.N. Inserra

 

Diseases

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Huanglongbing (Citrus Greening)
R.H. Brlansky, M.M.Dewdney and M.E. Rogers
Citrus Canker
M.M. Dewdney and J.H. Graham
Phytophthora Foot Rot and Root Rot
J.H. Graham and M.M. Dewdney
Brown Rot of Fruit
J.H. Graham and M.M. Dewdney
Greasy Spot
M.M. Dewdney
Melanose
M.M. Dewdney
Citrus Black Spot
M.M. Dewdney, Timothy S. Schubert, Mark R. Estes and Natalia Peres
Citrus Scab
M.M. Dewdney
Alternaria Brown Spot
M.M. Dewdney
Postbloom Fruit Drop
N.A. Peres and M.M. Dewdney
Exocortis, Cachexia, and Other Viroids
R.H. Brlansky
Blight
R.H. Brlansky and P.D. Roberts
Tristeza
R.H. Brlansky, M.E. Hilf, P.J. Sieburth, W.O. Dawson and P.D. Roberts

 

Weeds

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Weeds
S.H. Futch and M. Singh

 

Pesticides

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Pesticide Resistance and Resistance Management
M.E. Rogers and M.M. Dewdney
Pesticide Application Technology
M. Salyani
Best Management Practices for Soil-Applied Agricultural Chemicals
J.W. Noling and L.R. Parsons
Worker Protection Standards
M.E. Rogers
Pesticides Registered for Use on Florida Citrus
M.E. Rogers, M.M. Dewdney and S.H. Futch
Interpreting PPE Statements on Pesticide Labels
Frederick M. Fishel