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Updated: Oct 8, 2019


A map showing trees that could potentially be exposed to HLB within 170 m of HLB+ trees.
Trees that could potentially be considered exposed (black) within 170 m (yellow) from HLB+ trees (red).

DATOC completed 3 new reports at the end of February for March Release. Completed reports discussed the scientific basis for altering the CDFA sampling plan in response to detection of HLB near a commercial orchard, the growth rate of disease incidence in southern California, and a description of exposure to HLB in commercial and residential areas.



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