- Taipei-Manila ECA study nearly complete
- Biotech experts meet
- Emerging infectious diseases in food crops
- Finding ways to solve the Asian water problems
- The quest for fresh and safe seafood
- Plant pathologists meet in Tokyo
- Soil info managers exchange experience
- Citrus HLB: up close
- Revitalizing rural areas
Dr. Susan Halbert (middle), entomologist at the Florida Department of Agriculture, exchanges observations with USDA's Dr. John Hartung (right) while FFTC's agricultural economist, Mr. Ho Kyum Lee (left), looks on. Picture taken at the Chayi Agricultural Station.
FFTC joined hands with Japan's National Institute of Fruit Science, the American Institute in Taiwan (USDA), Taiwan's Council of Agriculture and the National Taiwan University and organized an international symposium entitled "Epidemiology and Disease Management of Citrus HLB Disease for Sustainable Citrus Production in ASPAC."
Held recently in in Taipei City, this international symposium paved the way for citrus experts from different parts of the world to share and exchange relevant information on recent advances in molecular biology of pathogenic bacterium of citrus greening disease. In particular, a number of remarkable achievements made in Japan, Korea, and USA were reported.To read the full article, go to our publications database and click on Newsletter 178