Exotic Pest Reporting
Division of Plant Industry Archive, FDACS, Bugwood.org
Sweet orange scab
Sweet orange scab (Elsinoe australis) is a fungal pathogen of Citrus especially oranges. It is a native of South America and was first detected in Texas in 2010.
Cosmetic blemishing from this fungus greatly affects the market value of infected citrus crops.
Summaries of State Plant Protection Laws and Regulations
04/30/2015 - Update on Sweet Orange Scab in California
04/13/2015 - NAPPO Phytosanitary Alert System