When it comes to dealing with HLB, the ride can’t be over soon enough.
Growing citrus indoors can help protect it from the citrus psyllid and the deadly disease it vectors.
In order to grow, things have to change. Are you ready?
Company enters collaboration with Citrus Research and Development Foundation to uncover antibacterial and plant defense tools against the disease.
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.
Preliminary results of the unique HLB management method indicate many factors left to consider.
Education program focuses on managing the disease with available tools and tactics.
State agriculture officials taking action to assess and stop the spread of HLB.
HLB detected in plant material from residential neighborhood. Quarantine expanded.
Disease-fighting bees and the deadly citrus psyllid were at the center of two recent, research-fueled out-of-office adventures.
University of Florida researchers are peeling back the layers to find out what’s helping specific mandarin hybrid hold serve against HLB.
Funding would be used to fight HLB and explore methods for a cure.
Despite still having mounds of wood to chop, grower, federal, and state programs collectively are making a dent.
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.
Attendees of the 2017 Florida Citrus Show convene to commiserate over current challenges, vet future wins via new varieties.
The USDA grant will be used to create and identify possible solutions for a cure.