The website is published by the University of Florida Institute of Food and Agricultuiral Sciences citrus research and Extension programs. UF/IFAS has the world’s largest and most diverse research program addressing challenges that affect Florida’s citrus industry.
Whether its citrus greening or citrus canker, invasive pests infecting trees, the economics of planting or integrated grove management procedures that promote tree health and productivity, UF/IFAS scientists and Extension faculty are working to find practical solutions.
This website puts that information in one place, making it easy for growers to find the information. Growers can find information to connect with UF/IFAS scientists and get the scientific information that they need to be successful during these challenging times. If you don’t find what you need on these pages or have suggestions for something that should be added, changed or expanded, please let us know.
We are proud of our partnership with the Florida citrus industry. Together we continue to make Florida the citrus grower for the world.
UF/IFAS Citrus Research and Education Center
700 Experiment Station Rd
Lake Alfred, FL 33850
Michael E. Rogers, Professor and Center Director
UF/IFAS Indian River Research and Education Center
2199 South Rock Road
Fort Pierce, FL 34945-3138
Ron Cave, Professor and Center Director
Southwest Florida Research and Education Center
2685 State Road 29 North
Immokalee, Florida 34142
Phone: (239) 658-3413
Edward “Gilly” Evans, Interim Director, Ph.D.
Ruth Hohl Borger