CITRUS INDUSTRY VETERAN TO TAKE THE HELM AT CALIFORNIA’S CITRUS RESEARCH BOARD
Visalia, Calif. — April 8, 2013 — As California citrus growers continue to invest in needed research to aid the state’s more than $2 billion citrus industry and battle threats such as the Asian citrus psyllid, citrus industry veteran Ken Keck will join the California Citrus Research Board as its new president on June 1.
Keck brings deep industry knowledge — including experience in fighting the Asian citrus psyllid and Huanglongbing (HLB) in Florida — having served as general counsel more...
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Thank you to all who participated in the California Citrus Conference October 10-11, 2012 at the Porterville Fairgrounds. The event had a wonderful turnout with informative speakers, and over 75 exhibitors. We plan to build and improve this conference in the years to come!
Speaker presentations are available here!
Vigilant Inspection for the Pest Needed to Save California’s $1.8 Billion Citrus Industry
VISALIA, Calif. – Nov. 20, 2012 – Commercial citrus growers in the San Joaquin Valley received devastating news when the Asian citrus psyllid – an invasive pest that can spread the most serious citrus disease in the world – was found in a commercial citrus grove in Strathmore, more....