Citrus Trucks Will Be Tarped to Fight ACP

Thursday, February 23, 2017
oranges in truck

Asian citrus psyllids (ACP) have been hitchhiking on trucks hauling citrus and showing up in citrus trees along the main highways of California. According to California Ag Today, the California Department of Food and Agriculture has issued a regulation that trucks must be tarped to keep ACP from further spreading across California. Learn more about the new regulation from Joel Nelsen, President of California Citrus Mutual.

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