Q: Who do I call regarding removal of bee swarms?
A: Click here for a list of professional Beekeepers(PDF, 123KB).
Q: How do I get a Bulk Citrus Compliance Agreement?
A: ACP Bulk Citrus Compliance Agreements are issued at our Main and District offices. Click here for office addresses and contact information.
Q: I sell citrus at farmer’s markets, flea markets, or swap meets, do I need a compliance agreement?
A: Yes. ACP Bulk Citrus Compliance Agreements are issued at our Main and District offices. Click here for office addresses and contact information.
Q: What are the requirements for transporting Bulk Citrus?
A: Click here for the requirements for transporting bulk citrus.
Q: How do I contact a district office?
A: Click here for addresses and phone numbers.
Q: How many hours do I need to renew my Private Applicator Certificate?
A: As follows: 6 total hours of continuing education must be completed within the certificate period – 2 hours must be in Laws and Regulations.
Q: How do I add an authorized representative to my Restricted Materials Permit or Operator Identification Number?
A: A Letter of Authorization (LOA) must be completed and signed by both the property operator and the person who will be the Authorized Representative. The LOA may then be turned in to our Main office or any District office.
Click here for LOA for an Individual(PDF, 473KB)
Click here for LOA for a Business(PDF, 544KB)
Q: How do I get a license to sell nursery stock?
A: A Nursery License Application must be completed and sent to the California Department of Food and Agricultural with the appropriate fee.
Q: How can I get an insect/pest identified?
A: The Department Entomologist provides pest identification services free of charge. Please visit our Pest Identification Services page for more information.
Q: How do I register to grow industrial hemp?
A: Completed Registration Applications should be scanned as a single document (preferably as a PDF) and emailed to email@example.com. Your registration will be reviewed and a staff member will contact you.
Industrial hemp grower application.
Industrial hemp seed breeder application.
Q: How do I amend my industrial hemp registration?
A: An application to amend the registration must be completed, scanned as a single document (preferably as a PDF) and emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your registration will be reviewed, and a staff member will contact you. Click here to amend the applicant, business information or key participants of a registration. Click here to add a site, cultivar or to update a Variety Development Plan:
Q: I received a Warning Hold Notice upon entering California. What do I do now?
A: The notice will contain contact information for the local County Agricultural Commissioner’s office. Contact the County Agricultural Commissioner and arrange for an inspection. You can contact the Fresno County Agricultural Commissioner's Office at 559-600-7510.
Q: Why was an insect trap placed on my property?
A: Insect traps placed on your property play a vital role in helping us to detect, identify, and control or eradicate non-native insects that are harmful to California agriculture.