Despite control challenges, keeping the pest in check remains the best approach to managing HLB.
Newest addition to the UF/IFAS Indian River Research and Education Center team focused on helping growers manage through devastating disease.
Mycoshield is a bactericide approved to take aim at HLB-infected trees.
The USDA grant will be used to create and identify possible solutions for a cure.
After the worst outbreak in years, growers should be wary of this disorder.
EPA Section 18 re-issued for treatment of HLB-infected trees.
Production practice offers benefits beyond excluding the psyllid and HLB.
Approval finally cleared for antimicrobial applications, and now growers wait and hope to see positive results.
Fighting pyllids, better weather, and new varieties will hopefully bring improved yields.
Study shows new imaging system can uncover HLB hot spots in the grove, giving growers an upper-hand.
Multiple life stages found in trees in the city of Lincoln.
Game-changing technology allows targeted gene modification to fight diseases like citrus greening.
Latest study shows injecting tree trunks with specialized chemical treatment effective in holding off HLB.
Release in residential areas a proactive move against threat of citrus greening.
Elizabeth Steger estimates crop will drop by 26%.
Insect production greenhouse at Cal Poly Pomona to rear and study Tamarixia radiata wasp.
Senator co-sponsors measure that would provide growers with incentives to plant more trees.