Cal Poly Pomona launches citrus research greenhouse


Cal Poly Pomona, the Citrus Pest & Disease Prevention Program and California Citrus Mutual plan to unveil a 5,040-square-foot research greenhouse July 25 at the university. The facility will support research on and rearing of the tamarixia radiata wasp, a parasite of the Asian citrus psyllid, a vector of citrus greening, also known as hounglongbing and HLB.

This story appeared on The Packer website on July 19.