Este documento es una hoja de dos páginas ilustrativas para la identificación de las enfermedades exóticas de los cítricos. This 2-page fact sheet was written by M. M. Dewdney, J. D. Burrow, M.E. Rogers, and T. M. Spann, and published by the UF Department of Plant Pathology, August 2012.
Growers are the first step in the farm-to-table food chain. Good Agricultural Practices (GAPs) refer to practices growers follow to prevent, minimize, or eliminate contamination and hazards to human health. Essential components of the GAPs process include careful planning, implementation, and documentation of required steps and procedures that together analyze and minimize risks imposed by biological, chemical, and physical hazards. The general guidelines presented in this document were developed by UF/IFAS for Florida citrus growers, in partnership with the citrus industry. This 8-page fact sheet was written by Michelle D. Danyluk, Renée M. Goodrich-Schneider, Keith R. Schneider, Mark A. Ritenour, and Timothy M. Spann, and published by the UF Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, February 2012.
This tri-fold brochure offers commercial citrus growers and other stakeholders succinct details about the effects of HLB, and presents important facts of HLB’s history in Florida, illustrated descriptions, and details regarding HLB’s effects on fruit yield, appearance, and quality. Includes author contact information. Written by Michelle Danyluk, Timothy M. Spann, Russell Rouseff, Renée M. Goodrich-Schneider, and Charlie Sims, and published by the UF Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition, January 2011.
HS1181, a 5-page illustrated fact sheet by Timothy M. Spann and Arnold W. Schumann, provides a summary of plant mineral nutrition, discussing how nutrient levels may affect plant growth and potential susceptibility to plant diseases and pests. Published by the UF Department of Horticultural Sciences, July 2010.
CH201, a 2-page trifold brochure by J.D. Yates, S.H. Futch, and T.M. Spann, highlights the purpose of scouting, frequency, methods, grove conditions, tagging suspect trees, scout responsibilities, safety concerns, diagnostics, and what to scout for. Includes contact information for UF/IFAS Extension citrus experts. Published by the UF Department of Horticultural Sciences, August 2008.
HS-1147, a 6-page illustrated fact sheet by Jamie D. Yates, Stephen H. Futch, and Timothy M. Spann, describes when to scout; different methods of scouting and their applications; symptoms of greening and how to distinguish these symptoms from those of other diseases/disorders; and what to do when a
greening-infected tree is identified. Includes references. Published by the UF Department of Horticultural Sciences, August 2008.