Cornelio Sanchez, with the California Department of Food and Agriculture, sets a insect trap for the Asian citrus psyllid in a citrus tree in a Fresno High neighborhood in January. New discoveries have been made in Tulare County, a key citrus growing area.
Cornelio Sanchez, with the California Department of Food and Agriculture, sets a insect trap for the Asian citrus psyllid in a citrus tree in a Fresno High neighborhood in January. New discoveries have been made in Tulare County, a key citrus growing area. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
Cornelio Sanchez, with the California Department of Food and Agriculture, sets a insect trap for the Asian citrus psyllid in a citrus tree in a Fresno High neighborhood in January. New discoveries have been made in Tulare County, a key citrus growing area. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com

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