Citrus Tree Disease Found in Rancho Bernardo, Expanding Quarantine Zone

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SAN DIEGO—The California Department of Food and Agriculture declared a citrus quarantine successful a 95-square-mile country of Rancho Bernardo Feb. 7 aft detecting a perchance threatening citrus histrion illness during regular inspections. The disease, known arsenic Huanglongbing, is simply a large menace to San Diego’s $115 cardinal yearly citrus crop, region officials said. Trees infected with bacterial illness tin nutrient misshapen and bitter fruit, and the...
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