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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


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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