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. Fig. 1. Protected fresh grapefruit cultivation system for asian citrus psyllid exclusion. (A) Passively ventilated structure with 1/4-acre (100 ft wide × 120 ft long × 14 ft tall). The service door is garage-style roll-up and measures 8 ft wide × 10 ft

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position of each screen house were fixed to the ground with two guy-wires and four earth anchors. Fig. 1. Protected fresh grapefruit cultivation system for asian citrus psyllid exclusion. At the center, four passively ventilated screen houses with 1/4-acre

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in Florida is associated with Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus, and it is vectored by the asian citrus psyllid. After the initial infection, many months may pass before typical blotchy mottle symptoms on the leave are evident. Trees affected by HLB

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exclusion techniques may keep pollinators out of the high tunnel as well. This may be problematic with insect-pollinated crops. Fig. 1. High tunnel with LS Econet B ground-to-ground screening (Gintec Shade Technologies, Birmingham, AL) (A) and traditional

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