There are three membership types
Any person who owns a commercially productive citrus orchard in New Zealand is automatically deemed to be a member. If you produce commercial citrus you must pay a compulsory levy on all fruit sold.
Almost anyone that has a demonstrable interest in New Zealand’s citrus industry can be an industry member. Commonly, these are non-producing growers (i.e. citrus orchards that are not yet productive) or those from related industries such as scientists or consultants. Complete the form and pay the $115 annual membership fee.
Companies (that have a demonstrable interest in the New Zealand citrus industry) can apply to become corporate members. These are typically orchard supply companies, packhouses / marketing companies etc. Complete the form and pay the $300 annual membership fee.