California citrus industry sighs relief; no HLB found
09/18/2013 12:11:13 PMTest results on a breeding population of Asian citrus psyllids found in Dinuba, Calif., have come... Read more.
Numerous psyllids found in California
09/12/2013 8:07:24 AMA single Asian citrus psyllid picked up during routine trapping in Dinuba, Calif., quickly turned... Read more.
Latest California citrus pest infestation called ‘disappointing’
09/11/2013 6:07:24 PMA single Asian citrus psyllid picked up during routine trapping in Dinuba, Calif., quickly turned... Read more.
Lone citrus psyllid found in Kern County, Calif.
09/10/2013 11:20:38 AMA single adult male Asian citrus psyllid was trapped near Wasco in Kern County, Calif., last Thursday. The... Read more.
Citrus grower's donations add 100 acres to UF Lake Alfred site
08/20/2013 11:38:23 AMThe amount of land that the University of Florida's Citrus Research and Education Center has on which... Read more.
UC launches citrus psyllid information website
08/20/2013 11:08:15 AMUniversity of California Cooperative Extension has created a new online resource about Asian citrus psyllid... Read more.
Reflective mulch may fight citrus psyllids that transmit HLB
08/06/2013 10:49:11 AMWith the help of some local citrus growers, the University of Florida is literally shining some light... Read more.
Researchers turn up the heat on greening-infected citrus trees
08/05/2013 8:27:19 PMResearchers are turning up the heat on citrus greening. U.S. Department of Agriculture scientists in Fort... Read more.
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