An additional portion of Tulare County, Calif., has been placed under quarantine for the Asian citrus psyllid (ACP) following the detection of one psyllid near the City of Exeter.  The new quarantine zone measures 86 square miles in Tulare County. It is bordered on the north by Yokohl Creek; on the east by Road 244; on the south by Avenue 220; and, on the west by Road 156.  This area is in addition to existing quarantines in the Porterville and Dinuba areas of Tulare County. A ...

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