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Citrus Greening AND Citrus Canker Testing for Commercial and Residential Citrus in Fall 2021

As part of our 2021 disease survey efforts, we will begin accepting samples from within Georgia for free citrus greening and citrus canker testing on September 1st. Sample testing will be carried out by the UGA Plant Molecular Diagnostic Laboratory in Tifton, GA. Here’s the original announcement regarding this testing program: My…
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Citrus Greening AND Citrus Canker Testing for Commercial and Residential Citrus in 2021

As part of our 2021 disease survey efforts, we will begin accepting samples from within Georgia for free citrus greening and citrus canker testing on March 1st. Sample testing will be carried out by the UGA Plant Molecular Diagnostic Laboratory in Tifton, GA. Here’s the original announcement regarding this testing program: My…
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Hop stunt viroid Infecting Citrus Trees in Georgia, USA

By: Emran Ali, Tammy Stackhouse, Sumyya Waliullah, Jean Williams-Woodward, and Jonathan E. Oliver Is one of the world’s smallest pathogens harming your citrus plants? Citrus production within the state of Georgia (USA) is rapidly increasing each year. There are citrus plantings in backyards, production, and plant nurseries within at least…
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Citrus Greening Testing for Commercial and Residential Citrus

Good news for Georgia citrus growers! My citrus pathology extension program was awarded a grant from the 2019 USDA/AMS Specialty Crop Block Grant Program to conduct a “Statewide survey of citrus greening caused by Candidatus liberibacter asiaticus” in 2020 and 2021. This means that each year, UGA Cooperative Extension Personnel…
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