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.
Saving the California citrus industry from the incurable disease Huanglongbing will take a creative multi-pronged effort.
Residential quarantine expands in Central Valley, agriculture officials continue to monitor movement of plants and plant materials.
Quarantine area of 64-square-miles added following detection of HLB vector.
More trees testing positive for disease within close proximity of original find.
Citrus greening has been found for the second time in California. The California Department of Food and Agriculture […]
Following an Asian citrus psyllid (ACP) find in San Luis Obispo County in May the California Department of […]
Huge threat to the industry continues spreading throughout the Golden State.
Asian citrus psyllid is found in Madera County – the heart of the San Joaquin Valley.
Part of one of the richest agricultural areas in the U.S., Fresno County, has been quarantined.
First detections made of damaging insect in Santa Clara and San Joaquin counties.
Michael Rogers has been a central figure in Florida’s battle to survive greening.
Additional Asian citrus psyllid adults and nymphs found on state’s central coast.
Potentially deadly disease-carrying pest moves north to San Luis Obispo County.
Latest find prompts expansion in San Joaquin Valley, the state’s Citrus Belt.
The annual industry event to set up one-stop shop for gaining knowledge and growing business.
$1 million provided to jump start citrus response framework to HLB.