The California Citrus Research and Field Trials (CA-CRaFT) program is now accepting grower applications. The CA-CRaFT project aims to demonstrate, at the commercial grower level, the effectiveness of additional mitigations to control Asian citrus psyllid (ACP), the vectoring agent of Huanglongbing (HLB). The program is looking to partner with growers interested in testing how additional mitigations limit psyllid pressure in their groves. Compensation will be available for participating growers based on the mitigation applied within the program. All California commercial citrus producers are eligible to participate in the CA-CRaFT Project.
In this webinar, CA-CRaFT project manager, Ariana Gehrig, will provide an overview of the CA-CRaFT program including, program activities and requirements, and a step-by-step review of the application process. Growers interested in learning more about the program and how to apply, are encouraged to attend. Time will be made available following the presentation for questions on the program and the application process.