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Strategic Planning for the Florida Citrus Industry: Addressing Citrus Greening Disease Appendix D Oral Presentations and Written Statements Submitted to the Committee ORAL PRESENTATIONS The following individuals made presentations to the Committee on Strategic Planning for the Florida Citrus Industry: Addressing Citrus Greening and the Disease. May 15, 2009 Status of Citrus Greening and Its Impact on the Florida Citrus Industry Peter McClure, Florida Citrus Production Research Advisory Council (FCPRAC) Kristen Gunter, Florida Citrus Processors Association Richard Kinney, Florida Citrus Packers Mike Sparks, Florida Citrus Mutual Peter Spyke, Indian River Citrus League APHIS Citrus Disease/Pest Detection and Response Initiatives Phil Berger, US Department of Agriculture (USDA) Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services Citrus Health Response Program Richard Gaskalla, Division of Plant Industry, Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services US Horticultural Laboratory Research Overview: Strategy and Breakthroughs Calvin Arnold, US Horticultural Laboratory Research, USDA Agricultural Research Service (ARS) USDA National Citrus Research Program Overview: Strategy and Breakthroughs Gail Wisler, USDA-ARS Citrus Research and Education Center CREC Research Overview: Strategy and Breakthroughs Jackie Burns, USDA-ARS CREC
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Strategic Planning for the Florida Citrus Industry: Addressing Citrus Greening Disease Roles and Relationships of Citrus Institutions in Florida Tom Turpen, FCPRAC and Technology Innovation Group John Jackson, Florida Citrus Industry Research Coordinating Council July 28, 2009 Potential of Airborne Hyperspectral Imaging for Early Detection of Huanglongbing Chenghai Yang, USDA-ARS Kika de la Garza, Subtropical Agricultural Research Center Possible Psyllid Control Approaches Derived from the Psyllid Transcriptome Robert Shatters/Wayne Hunter, USDA-ARS, US Horticultural Research Laboratory Potential Contributions of Citrus Genetics and Genomics to HLB Mitigation Mikeal Roose, University of California, Riverside New Ideas on Combating Huanglongbing William O. Dawson, University of Florida (UF) Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences (IFAS) Citrus Research and Education Center Psyllid Control in Florida Philip Stansly, UF-IFAS Southwest Florida Research and Education Center Michael Rogers, UF-IFAS-Citrus Research and Education Center Potential of Transgenic Psyllid for Sterile Insect Technique (SIT) or Interference with Transmission of Bacteria David Lampe, Duquesne University WRITTEN STATEMENTS: The Potential Application of Female-Specific Insect Lethality for Psyllid Control Luke Alphey, Oxford Insect Technologies Research on Huanglongbing at Fundecitrus Juliano Ayres, Fundecitrus Possible Near Term Approaches to Psyllid Control Charles Baer, Dupont Crop Production Rational Management of Emerging Citrus Greening/ Huanglongbing Infections Moshe Bar-Joseph, S. Tolkowsky Laboratory of Citrus Disease Research (Retired)
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Strategic Planning for the Florida Citrus Industry: Addressing Citrus Greening Disease Psyllid Host Selection and Sensitivity to Soft Insecticides in Approaches to Psyllid Control; Huanglongbing Projects in Asia Andrew Beattie, Center for Food and Plant Science, University of Western Sydney Possible Near Term Solutions to Psyllid Control John Bell, Bayer CropScience Intellectual Property and Regulatory Approval of Transgenic Crops: New Challenges for the Public Research Sector in Fulfilling its Historical Role in Translational Agricultural Research Alan B. Bennett, Public Intellectual Property Resource for Agriculture Research Strategies for Insect-Vectored Plant Diseases Donald A. Cooksey, University of California (UC) Riverside Potential Strategies for Huanglongbing Management Abhaya M. Dandekar, UC Davis The Key Word to the Present Situation is “Urgency” William O. Dawson, UF-IFAS-Citrus Research and Education Center Huanglongbing Management in China Xiaoling Deng, Citrus Huanglongbing Research Laboratory, Department of Plant Pathology, South China Agricultural University, and Jianchi Chen (Translator), USDA, ARS, Parlier, California Possible Application of RNA Interference in Psyllid Control Bryce W. Falk, UC Davis Possible Near Term Approaches to Psyllid Control Marc Fisher, Dow AgroSciences Huanglongbing Projects in Brazil Juliana Freitas-Astúa, Embrapa Updated Assessment of Huanglongbing in Florida Tim R. Gottwald, USDA-ARS Soft Pesticides in Citrus to Maintain Best Possible Integrated Pest Management Beth Grafton-Cardwell, UC Kearney Agricultural Center Identification of Critical Gaps/Needs Addressing Solutions for Huanglongbing Wayne Hunter, USDA-ARS Possible Application of RNA Interference in Psyllid Control Jin Hailing, UC Riverside
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Strategic Planning for the Florida Citrus Industry: Addressing Citrus Greening Disease Potential of Transgenic Psyllid for SIT or Interference with Transmission of Bacteria David J. Lampe, Duquesne University, Potential of Landscape Management for Medium and Long-term Control of Psyllid in Citrus Douglas A. Landis, Michigan State University Psyllid Control: Chemicals, Methods and Time of Application in South Africa Hennie F. le Roux and Tim G. Grout, Citrus Research International Use of Psyllid Acoustics for Detection/Control of Psyllids (e.g Diaphorina citri) Diana M. Percy, University of British Columbia 2009 Florida Citrus Pest Management Guide: Asian Citrus Psyllid and Citrus Leafminer Michael E. Rogers, Phil A. Stansly and Lukasz L. Stelinski, University of Florida- IFAS Quick Reference Guide to Citrus Insecticides and Miticides Michael E. Rogers, Phil A. Stansly, James D. Yates and Lukasz L. Stelinski, University of Florida- IFAS Potential Contributions of Citrus Genetics and Genomics to Huanglongbing Mitigation Mikeal L. Roose, UC Riverside New Insecticides as Part of a Near-term Approach for Psyllid Control and Insecticide Resistance Management Nicholas Storer, Dow AgroScience Potential of Airborne Hyperspectral Imaging for Early Detection of Huanglongbing Chenghai Yang, USDA-ARS Cucurbit Yellow Vine Disease Astri Wayadande, Oklahoma State University