The following is an update from the Citrus Pest & Disease Prevention Program Citrus Insider
Abandoned and neglected groves become a breeding ground for the Asian citrus psyllid if they are left untreated or are not removed. Efforts to identify and address these citrus groves in California continue to be an important part of psyllid control programs.
San Bernardino County agriculture officials have been actively addressing the problem in the region and to date, 16 abandoned commercial citrus groves covering 233 acres have been discovered. According to an article in