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Kern County ACP Update
Please See more ACP news in earlier blog posts

According to Victoria Hornbaker, CDFA Manager of Citrus program: One male Psyllid found in yellow sticky trap in a residential neighborhood near Wasco, in Kern County

Delimitation traps are now in place and will be checked daily within a mile arc around trap. One to two miles out more delimitation traps will be checked every other day.

Within a five-mile arc of trap, there is no commercial citrus.

Neighbors being notified about urgent spray program.

Also, homeowners are being called to action to:

1. Check their trees for psyllids (see description at )
2. Assist CDFA with treatments on their trees.
3. Do not move plants or citrus out of the area.

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