More trees testing positive for disease within close proximity of original find.
Agency allows potential breakthrough to move forward for further testing.
Part of one of the richest agricultural areas in the U.S., Fresno County, has been quarantined.
Five HLB-tolerant rootstocks to be evaluated in three main growing regions of Florida.
Citrus Commission votes to put dollars back in producers’ hands to spur reinvestment.
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.
$1.5 million designated for expanding biocontrol efforts to fight the disease.
The passing of multiple monetary appropriations for further research indicates the industry is still a top priority to state lawmakers.
Disease causes a loss of 30% to 50% of trees’ fibrous roots before symptoms are visible above ground.
Report gives general public details about how HLB is putting a stranglehold on the Sunshine State’s signature crop.
Potentially deadly disease-carrying pest moves north to San Luis Obispo County.
Even in the throes of HLB, there is confidence growing in the industry’s future.
$200,000 nursery research facility has capacity for 12,000 experimental trees.
RNAi technology could be an effective tool in the war with HLB.
Tree populations are on the decline, calling for action to reverse the trend.
Company steps up to stake a claim in the future.