Tulare County growers face quarantine for citrus psyllid

Issue Date: August 7, 2013
By Dennis Pollock

As state and federal authorities moved to impose a quarantine on fruit and nursery stock in Tulare County, farmers such as Tony Marquez, whose citrus grove lies inside a proposed quarantine area south of Porterville, say they are pretty much resigned to the fact that it will cost more to move their fruit to a packinghouse outside that area.

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