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New briefing released

In February 2021, DATOC released an update on a project undertaken on behalf of the CPDPC Science Subcommittee. This briefing covered the results of modeling work intended to explore how a management program in residential areas of Southern California would affect the hypothetical spread of huanglongbing into commercial groves. More details can be found on the project's page by clicking here.

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Last week at DATOC

March 15 - 19, 2021 We continue to work on questions from the Science Subcommittee regarding an evaluation of the regulatory program. This has included work on an upcoming briefing as well as an ongoi

Last week at DATOC

March 8 – March 12 Last week, DATOC was focused on a request from the Science Subcommittee to expand previous models of ACP development in California, Florida, and Texas, to include Brazil. Thanks to

Wrapping up 2020

The last quarterly report of 2020 has arrived. Click here to read it. The CPDPC voted to cease eradicative ACP treatments in the Santa Clara area where certain stipulations had been met (area infested

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