A fact sheet about requirements for the movement of bulk citrus is available for citrus growers, packers/processors and transporters in Zone 5 of the Asian citrus psyllid regional quarantine (San Diego and Imperial counties, and parts of San Bernardino and Riverside counties). The fact sheet includes information on bulk citrus movement and outlines frequently asked questions, and the compliance and mitigation requirements for movement of bulk citrus.
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