By using acoustics, USDA researchers are able to lure HLB-carrying pests looking for love.
Scholarship will fund University of Florida undergraduate and graduate students.
UF/IFAS study shows combination of hot water and essential oils could help prevent postharvest development of fungal foe.
The agency has invested more than $380 million between 2009 and 2015 to address devastating disease.
As scientists continue to develop new and innovative ways to combat HLB, we must keep consumers in mind as well.
Responding growers claim as much as 90% of their total acreage impacted by greening.
Newly hired UF/IFAS plant pathologist to focus on genome analyses of the most important pathogens affecting the Sunshine State’s signature crop.
A long-awaited tip of the hat is deserved to everyone involved in bringing these materials to growers’ hands.
Foliar applications of three products can now be used to fight HLB.
Program could help eliminate these havens of HLB bacteria and psyllids.
Proposal would cut agency’s operating budget by more than 75%.
More than 87% vote to reauthorize program aimed at finding solutions for HLB.
A big chunk of the federal funding will focus on growing the bacterium in a lab.
A team of researchers is studying two targeted parasitoid wasps to help prevent the spread of Asian citrus psyllid in the state.
A zone of nearly 100 square miles has been declared in Fresno County following new detection.
Residential quarantine expands in Central Valley, agriculture officials continue to monitor movement of plants and plant materials.
Researchers from University of Florida and Florida State University share $4 million USDA grant to help find solution to devastating disease.