Exotic Pest Reporting
Citrus black spot
Citrus black spot (Phyllosticta citricarpa) is a fungal pathogen of Citrus, almonds, avodado, mangos etc.. It is a native of Africa and Australasia and was first detected in Florida in 2010.
Black spot of citrus is a serious disease of citrus cultivars in Australia, Guangdong province in China and South Africa.
08/19/2019 - Florida citrus: Great strides in fight against HLB
07/31/2019 - Citrus black spot quarantine area expands in Florida
07/18/2018 - What plagues plants
02/06/2018 - Citrus black spot: new evidence reviewed
10/25/2017 - Citrus Black Spot Newest Threat To Florida Growers
12/05/2016 - Citrus Black Spot Quarantine Area
04/03/2015 - NAPPO Phytosanitary Alert System