San Luis Obispo psyllid find triggers new quarantine

Issue Date: April 23, 2014

A portion of southern San Luis Obispo County has been placed under quarantine for the Asian citrus psyllid, following detection of one psyllid in the Arroyo Grande area. The quarantine zone measures 84 square miles, bordered on the north by Corbett Canyon Road; on the south by Oso Flaco Lake Road; on the east by Mehlscau Creek; and on the west by the coast of California.

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