Situational Monitoring of HLB in SoCal

Updated: Jul 23

Analyzing data for agricultural diseases is often a complicated matter. That’s why the CPDPP works closely with DATOC to interpret how

the appearance of Huanglongbing-diseased trees correlates to program activities that strive to manage HLB in Southern California.

DATOC delivers responsive analyses to help answer direct questions from the CPDPP, but the team also undertakes investigative analyses, such as tracking how trends in weekly detections of HLB are affected differentially by disease development or management activities.

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DATOC is sponsored by the Citrus Research Board and the California Citrus Pest and Disease Prevention Program.