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The snapshots on this page describe tools that are currently being used to manage the psyllid and disease.

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Novel tools for antimicrobial testing and discovery of new HLB therapies
Kranthi Mandadi, Sonia Irigoyen, Manikandan Ramasamy, Peggy G. Lemaux, Lukasz Stelinski, Madison Sankovitz, Monique Rivera Posted July 2021. 

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Living with HLB - Area-wide integrated management system for ACP in Texas
Drs. Mamoudou Sétamou, Texas A&M University Kingsville, and Xavier Martini, University of Florida. Posted 1/11/21.

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Studying Liberibacter crescens to learn more about the causal agent of huanglongbing
Dr. Marta Sena-Vélez and Dr. Kathryn Jones, Florida State University. Posted 10/6/20.

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Using particle films to manage ACP
Dr. Christopher Vincent, University of Florida. Updated 9/6/19.

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Hairy root matrix used to culture CLas to rapidly screen antimicrobials for improved HLB management
Dr. Kranthi Mandadi, Texas A&M University. Updated 5/20/19.

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Attractants and traps for ACP management
Dr. Lukasz Stelinski, University of Florida. Updated 9/25/18.

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Growing citrus under enclosures
Dr. Rhuanito Soranz Ferrarezi, University of Florida. Updated 4/30/18.

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Reducing Asian citrus psyllid Infestation and disease incidence with reflective mulches
Drs. Phil Stansly and Scott Croxton, University of Florida. Updated 8/3/17.

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What makes lemons, oranges and limes look and taste different?
Drs. Peggy Lemaux, Becky Mackelprang (UC Berkeley) and Elizabeth Grafton-Cardwell (UC Riverside). Updated 1/26/16.

 

 

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