New UC citrus-funded lab to tackle huanglongbing
Courtesy of UC-Riverside
New UC citrus-funded lab to tackle huanglongbing
A new high-security laboratory funded by the citrus industry is being built near the University of California-Riverside to study the pathogen that causes the deadly tree disease huanglongbing.

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