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.
California sets 178-square-mile quarantine after psyllid finds
07/31/2013 1:39:43 PMThe California Department of Food and Agriculture has quarantined 178 square miles of Tulare County... Read more.
California extends citrus pest program for another 4 years
07/30/2013 2:49:05 PMAfter several public hearings and a comment period, the California Department of Food and Agriculture... Read more.
Psyllid find prompts hold order for parts of Tulare County
07/25/2013 7:52:24 PMCalifornia officials have not found any additional pests after deploying hundreds of traps after the... Read more.
Scientists make citrus deposits to deep-freeze gene bank
07/19/2013 11:39:14 AMU.S. Department of Agriculture scientists are depositing citrus germplasm in a deep-freeze bank to preserve... Read more.
UPDATED: Asian citrus psyllids found in Tulare County
07/16/2013 2:39:58 PM(UPDATED COVERAGE, July 16) Although only six pests have been found along the corridor east of Highway... Read more.
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