Citrus Greening Quarantines Expand in Texas

Jill Calabro, Ph.D. December 13 2019

USDA APHIS announced that citrus greening quarantine areas in Texas will again expand after multiple positive samples were detected in those areas. APHIS added Brazoria, Galveston, and Jim Hogg Counties, all in Texas.
The regulations are effective immediately and necessitate an APHIS compliance agreement to facilitate movement of regulated nursery stock in the quarantine areas. Growing and shipping conditions are specified. The current quarantine includes parts of California, all of Florida, all of Georgia, parts of Louisiana, all of Puerto Rico, parts of South Carolina, parts of Tex...

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