Meeting Schedule for ACP Update and Control


MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT FOR TULARE COUNTY GROWERS/PCAS/PCOS
Tuesday, July 30, 2013
9:00 a.m. to Noon
Doors open at 8:00 a.m.

International Agri-Center, Heritage Complex Auditorium 4450 S. Laspina St.
Tulare, California 93274
On July 11 , CDFA announced recent findings of six Asian citrus psyllids on three glassy-wingedsharpshooter (GWSS) traps in the Porterville area. While we were all happy to hear the restrictions which were a result of the November 2012 ACP finds were lifted as of June 17th in Tulare County, these new finds mean new regulations in nearby areas.
Orchards near the trap finds will need to be treated and quarantine areas are being defined that will restrict movement of bulk citrus and nursery plants. This meeting is your opportunity to learn how these new finds and the regulations associated with them will affect you and your neighbors; how your CPDPP assessment dollars are being spent; and the best strategies for treating for Asian citrus psyllid in your groves.
TOPICS & SPEAKERS
Marilyn Kinoshita – Ag Commissioner, Tulare County UPDATE ON CPDPP ACTIVITIES
WELCOME & INTRODUCTIONS
Victoria Hornbaker – Program Manager, CDFA/Citrus Pest & Disease Prevention Program

Nawal Sharma – Environmental Program Manager, CDFA Marilyn Kinoshita - Tulare County Ag CommissionerTHE NEWEST REGULATIONS FOR TULARE COUNTY

Ken Keck – President, Citrus Research Board CDFA URBAN/RESIDENTIAL SURVEY AND TREATMENTSFLORIDA PERSPECTIVE ON AREAWIDE TREATMENTS

Debby Tanouye – Branch Chief, Pest Detection Emergency Program, CDFA AREA-WIDE TREATMENT NOTIFICATION & PROCEDURES

Bob Wagner –Regional Grower Liaison, Tulare County

Dr. Beth Crafton-Cardwell - IPM Specialist & Research Entomologist, Dept. of Entomology, UCR
ACP SAMPLING & TREATMENT STRATEGIES

There is no charge for this program, however; an RSVP would be greatly appreciated. Please contact Emma at 559-738-0246 or email: info@citrusresearch.org

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