California Ag Today, First in ACP Reporting
Kern County ACP Update
Please See more ACP news in earlier blog
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 californiacitrusthreat.org )
2. Assist CDFA with treatments on their trees.
3. Do not move plants or citrus out of the area.
Labels: ACP in Kern County, limitation traps, Victoria Hornbaker, yellow sticky trap