Tagged Asian citrus psyllid

Biocontrols Conference
September 11, 2017
The Grower’s Take: Citrus, HLB, and Biological Control
Uncle Matt’s Organic orange juice brand has enjoyed steady growth since its 2002 inception. The brand’s success is due to Read More
Insect & Disease Update
August 28, 2017
California Extends Citrus Quarantine
A 94-square mile area of San Bernardino, Riverside counties now a part of state huanglongbing quarantine. Read More
Citrus
August 1, 2017
HLB Detected in California’s Historic Home of Citrus
Riverside County has a storied history of citrus production and is home to California Citrus State Historic Park, which preserves the cultural landscape of the citrus industry. Read More
Citrus
November 29, 2016
Saving California Citrus Means Thinking Outside The “Carton” [Opinion]
Saving the California citrus industry from the incurable disease Huanglongbing will take a creative multi-pronged effort. Read More
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Insect & Disease Update
January 18, 2016
California Asian Citrus Psyllid Quarantine Update
Residential quarantine expands in Central Valley, agriculture officials continue to monitor movement of plants and plant materials. Read More
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Citrus
December 24, 2015
California’s Asian Citrus Psyllid Quarantine Expands
Quarantine area of 64-square-miles added following detection of HLB vector. Read More
Citrus greening and psyllids
Insect & Disease Update
July 24, 2015
Second Case In A Month Of Citrus Greening In California
More trees testing positive for disease within close proximity of original find. Read More
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Insect & Disease Update
July 13, 2015
Citrus Greening Found For Second Time In California
Citrus greening has been found for the second time in California. The California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) and Read More
Insect & Disease Update
June 22, 2015
Asian Citrus Psyllid Quarantine Expanded Again In California
Following an Asian citrus psyllid (ACP) find in San Luis Obispo County in May the California Department of Food and Read More
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Insect & Disease Update
April 30, 2015
Asian Citrus Psyllid: California Round-Up
Huge threat to the industry continues spreading throughout the Golden State. Read More
Insect & Disease Update
March 27, 2015
More California Citrus Placed Under Psyllid Quarantine
Asian citrus psyllid is found in Madera County – the heart of the San Joaquin Valley. Read More
Citrus
January 22, 2015
Asian Citrus Psyllid Marches North In California Citrus Belt
Part of one of the richest agricultural areas in the U.S., Fresno County, has been quarantined. Read More
Citrus
October 15, 2014
Asian Citrus Psyllid Moves Into Northern California
First detections made of damaging insect in Santa Clara and San Joaquin counties. Read More
Insect & Disease Update
September 30, 2014
UF Names Interim Director For Citrus Research And Education Center
Michael Rogers has been a central figure in Florida’s battle to survive greening. Read More
Insect & Disease Update
September 12, 2014
More Coastal Land In California Quarantined For Asian Citrus Psyllid
Additional Asian citrus psyllid adults and nymphs found on state’s central coast. Read More
Citrus
April 8, 2014
Asian Citrus Psyllid Quarantine Declared In Coastal California County
Potentially deadly disease-carrying pest moves north to San Luis Obispo County. Read More
Citrus
February 7, 2014
California Asian Citrus Psyllid Quarantine Enlarged Again
Latest find prompts expansion in San Joaquin Valley, the state’s Citrus Belt. Read More
Citrus
December 16, 2013
HLB Solutions Lead Agenda At 2014 Florida Citrus Show
The annual industry event to set up one-stop shop for gaining knowledge and growing business. Read More
Citrus
December 13, 2013
USDA Creates Emergency Response To Combat Devastating Citrus Disease
$1 million provided to jump start citrus response framework to HLB. Read More
Citrus
November 27, 2013
California Asian Citrus Psyllid Quarantine Expands — Again
Latest addition brings the total quarantined area in the heart of California's commercial citrus production region to 888 square miles. Read More
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Insect Control
September 20, 2017
Whitefly Troubles Go From Bad to Worse i…
Growers should have a plan for managing the pest from beginning to end of season. Read More
Grower Achievement Award
September 20, 2017
Ask Yourself: What Can I Do to Make Thin…
Alan Jones, this year's recipient of American Vegetable Grower magazine's Grower Achievement Award, invites all growers to do what he does: Look in the mirror and ask," What can I do to make a positive impact on our industry?" Read More
Berries
September 20, 2017
Getting to the Bottom of Bacterial Wilt …
Prolific plant pathogen now presenting a new challenge for Florida producers and researchers. Read More
Citrus
September 19, 2017
Precision in Specialty Crops Gains Momen…
Here are some of the key drivers that may transform your farm in the years ahead. Read More
Fruits
September 19, 2017
EPA Mulls Restricting Dicamba Use
Proposal is a part of agency’s focus on reducing herbicide injury in vulnerable crops. Read More
Fruits
September 19, 2017
Washington State University Creates BMSB…
As populations grow in the state, university offers growers pest management advice. Read More
Berries
September 19, 2017
UC Davis Strawberry Lawuit Settled
Former university breeders to return any crosses that used unpatented varieties and agree the school owns rights to them. Read More
Citrus
September 19, 2017
Hopes High for Hops Fresh From Florida
When it comes to alternative crop solutions, something good is brewing in the Sunshine State. Do you have what it takes to tap in? Read More
Apples & Pears
September 16, 2017
Researcher Finds Bacteria Can Stop Blue …
The natural bacterium found in soil can survive in cold storage; this promising biocontrol offers an alternative to chemical treatments. Read More
Disease Control
September 15, 2017
Scientist Uncovers Chilling Side of Dead…
Lab tests indicate laurel wilt pathogen grows faster in the fall and winter. Read More
Citrus
September 15, 2017
Help Extended to Hurricane-Weary Farmers…
USDA chief grants extra time and special procedures to document and file claims. Read More
Citrus
September 13, 2017
New Guidance on FSMA Ag Water Compliance…
FDA issued a rule to extend compliance dates for agricultural water and announced a start date for farm inspections. Read More
Biocontrols Conference
September 13, 2017
Get Better Results From Your Biopesticid…
Softer crop protection programs are becoming a must in specialty crop production. Growers who aren’t learning more about their options Read More
Citrus
September 13, 2017
Florida Farmers Digging out From Impacts…
Damage reports starting to flood in from the field following monster storm, and it's not pretty. Read More
Tomatoes
September 13, 2017
550 Pounds of Tomatoes Stolen from Massa…
Community farm in Waltham, MA, has been hit by a thief three years running. Read More
Berries
September 12, 2017
Longtime American Fruit Grower Columnist…
“The Ole Crow,” as he called himself, passed away unexpectedly at home in Virginia at the age of 82. Read More
Berries
September 12, 2017
How to Match Drip Irrigation to Improve …
Using root mass diameter to appropriately determine wetting pattern will help you improve growth rate and yields. Read More
Grapes
September 12, 2017
Heat Wave Leads to Early Winegrape Harve…
Ask any winegrape grower to describe the grape harvest in Sonoma County and you typically hear “harvest time is like Read More