Tulare County Citrus Grower Meeting and ACP Update: Friday, May 20

San Joaquin Valley

Citrus growers and industry members with operations in Tulare County are invited to attend a virtual meeting tomorrow, Friday May 20 at 2 p.m., presented by the Citrus Pest and Disease Prevention Division (CPDPD).

Attendees will receive a briefing on the details surrounding the most recent Asian citrus psyllid (ACP) detections in the Lemon Cove/Woodlake area of Tulare County, hear updates on the response and action conducted by CPDPD, and have the opportunity to ask questions of CPDPD staff, local San Joaquin Valley Grower Liaisons and Tulare County Agricultural Commissioner staff.

Registration is not required to attend. Please use the Zoom link below to log in to the meeting:

Tulare County Citrus Grower Meeting Zoom Link
Meeting ID: 832 1384 1204
Passcode: 247275

Call-in option:
213-338-8477
Meeting ID: 832 1384 1204
Passcode: 247275

Following recent ACP detections in the Central Valley over the last several weeks, it is important that all citrus industry members remain aligned on best practices and are encouraged to be extra vigilant in their ACP mitigation steps and adherence to regulatory practices.

For questions, contact Northern Tulare County Grower Liaison Teri Blaser at tblasersci@ocsnet.net or Southern Tulare County Grower Liaison Jessica Leslie at jess.leslie@hotmail.com.


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