Linda Haque, a UC Master Gardener from Ventura County, wrote me to suggest our readers try the 'highly informative, easy to navigate site from Beth Grafton-Cardwell, Ph.D, one of the main UC entomologists in the public educational outreach efforts' campaign. Dr. Grafton-Cardwell has developed the site at http://ucanr.edu/acp. Her site gives a comprehensive, yet easy to understand, explanation on the identification and management of ACP and HLB. She has cards available for distribution as well which are free for the asking.'
Linda also would like to point out more HLB-positive trees have been found in Orange County, more than even Los Angeles County where the disease was first discovered in California.
We can see what this disease has already done to the Florida citrus industry and economy; we still have the ability to avoid that same scenario in California if we work prudently and in a timely manner.
Contact your local UC Master Garden Program for information.