E-597: Identification and Management of Asian Citrus Psyllid and Citrus Greening Disease in Texas Nurseries
plant disease information sheet

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Publication Date: 2012 May
Email: ct-allen@tamu.edu

Product Code: E-597

Electronic download only. Citrus Greening Disease is an important bacterial infection that is a threat to citrus production worldwide. The bacteria are carried by the Asian citrus psyllid, Diaphorina citri, and may be transmitted when insects feed on healthy plants. The bacteria can also spread during grafting plants with infected plant material. This publication summarizes the disease's range, causes, symptoms, management and prevention. 4pp., 10 figures By: Carlos E. Bogran, Raul Villanueva, Mamoudou Setamou