Dangers of Moving Citrus Trees in California

The movement of citrus trees poses a severe threat to California’s citrus trees due to the presence of Asian citrus psyllids and huanglongbing (also known as HLB or citrus greening). You can help to save California’s citrus trees by avoiding certain types of transport of citrus trees.

Below you will find the resources mentioned in the video.

Asian Citrus Psyllid Quarantine Map – California

Updated maps of areas of California quarantined for Asian citrus psyllids.

HLB Quarantine Map – California

Updated maps of areas of California quarantined for huanglongbing.

Slowing the Spread of Huanglongbing

In California, huanglongbing is a significant threat to citrus trees. I have made the below video playlist to share ideas for slowing the spread of huanglongbing and saving our citrus trees.

 

Additional Resources for Californians

Please visit CaliforniaCitrusThreat.org for more information on how to stop the spread of deadly citrus disease.

Funding

This article was funded by a grant from California’s Citrus Research Board.

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