Farm Labor Contractors Compliance Agreements Available – June 15 Deadline


Announced by the California Department of Food and Agriculture’s (CDFA) Citrus Pest and Disease Prevention Division (CPDPD), the CDFA’s Asian citrus psyllid (ACP) quarantine program now requires all harvesters/farm labor contractors (FLCs) – referring to any person/establishment who employs people to perform work related to grove management and/or harvesting commercial citrus fruit – to have a valid compliance agreement to harvest citrus groves.

FLCs will have until June 15, 2023 to obtain and sign a compliance agreement. Any FLCs operating in citrus groves without a compliance agreement by the June 15th deadline will be in violation of quarantine requirements.

Compliance agreements can be provided to you by directly reaching out to your local CDFA ACP/HLB Program contact. Completed compliance agreements can be returned to CDFA via local regulatory staff or by email to Contact details by region can be found below:

Los Angeles/Orange Counties – Stephanie Fragoso
Phone: 323-576-2762

Riverside/San Bernardino Counties – Christina Huggins
Phone: 951-880-9447

San Diego/Imperial Counties – Jemellee Urbino
Phone: 619-698-0211

San Joaquin Valley – Lea Pereira
Phone: 559-625-1040

Ventura County/Central Coast – Nathan Rosenblum
Phone: 805-437-8726

CDFA Sacramento HQ
Phone: 916-274-6300

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