All California commercial citrus growers are invited to apply for the Citrus Research Board’s (CRB) California-focused Citrus Research and Field Trials (CA-CRaFT) program. CA-CRaFT aims to demonstrate the effects of additional mitigations on ACP within commercial citrus groves across California’s various growing regions.
California citrus growers interested in working with CRB to test additional psyllid control methods through CA-CRaFT must apply by October 1, 2022. To be considered for the program, growers should be actively following current UC IPM guidelines.
Applications and more information can be found here: https://bit.ly/3dwShJd
CRB will also hold two webinars to provide interested growers with more information about CA-CRaFT. To learn more and register, please click on the respective links below.
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