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CCQC’s Annual Conference Presentations – October 10, 2013

 

International Workshop on Citrus Quarantine Pests – Villahermosa, Mexico – July 27, 31, 2009 (Agenda)  (Abstracts)
  • The International Workshop on Quarantine Citrus Pests was held in Villahermosa, Mexico July 27-31 to provide information on citrus canker, citrus leprosis and huanglongbing (HLB), devastating citrus diseases that continue to spread throughout Central America and North and South America. Approximately 300 people attended the meeting, which was hosted by the North American Plant Protection Organization (NAPPO).  The meeting was organized to focus a day each on citrus canker, citrus leprosis and HLB.  Below are the presentations from the meeting.
Presentations on July 28, 2009:
  1. Javier Trujillo Arriaga -  SAGARPA’s National Action Plan to Protect Mexican Citriculture from HLB
  2. Holly Chamberlain -  Importance to Growers for the Control of Citrus Quarantine Pests
  3. Kitty Cardwell (Abstract) – Importance of Inter-Regional Standards for Detection
  4. Georgios Vidalakis – Quarantine, Sanitary & Certification Programs to Prevent Citrus Quarantine Pests in the USA
  5. Eduardo Stuchi – Current Situation, Management and Economic Impact of Citrus Variegated Cholorosis in Brazil
  6. Renato Bassanezi (Abstract)  – Current Situation, Management & Economic Impact of Citrus Canker in Brazil
  7. David Lowe (Abstract) – Current Situation, Management & Economic Impact of Citrus Canker in Florida
  8. Blanca Isabel Canteros (Abstract) – Citrus Export Program to the EU from areas with Canker in Argentina
  9. Holly Chamberlain – Experiences in the Detection of Citrus Canker & HLB Symptoms in Florida, USA
Presentations on July 29, 2009:
  1. Thiago Iost -  Predictive Model for Quarantine Pests
  2. Juliana Freita-Astua -  Biology, Background & Worldwide Situation of Leprosis and its Vector
  3. Gisela Tapia Castillo -  Current Situation of Leprosis
  4. Gisela Tapia Castillo – Current Situation of HLB
  5. Hector Sanchez Anguiano (Abstract) – Program to Detect & Manage Leprosis in Mexico
  6. Juliana Frieta-Astua -  Sampling & Diagnostic of Leprosis in Brazil
  7. Eduardo Stuchi -  Management of Leprosis in Brazil
  8. Sara Caceres (Abstract)  -  Management of Leprosis through Vector Control & Economic impact in Argentina
  9. Renato Bassanezi (Abstract) -  Economic Impact of Leprosis in Brazil
Presentations on July 30, 2009:
  1. Renato Bassanezi/Tim Gottwald (Abstract)  – Epidemiology of HLB and Pathway Risk Analysis
  2. Wenbin Li (Abstract)  -  Citrus HLB Diagnosis on Detection of Associated Liberibacter Species
  3. Silvio Lopes (Abstract)  – Current Situation, Regulation, Management & Economic Impact of HLB in Brazil
  4. Michael Irey – HLB-Current Status & Management in Florida
  5. Lochy Batista – Current Situation, Management & Economic Impact of HLB in Cuba
  6. Veronica Manzanero Majil -  Current Situation, Management & Economic Impact of HLB in Belize
  7. Gisela Tapia Castillo (Abstract)  -  Program to Detect HLB in OIRSA Countries
  8. Pedro Robles -  Program to Detect HLB in Mexico
  9. Silvio Lopes (Abstract)  -  Progress & Perspectives of Research on HLB and its Vector Diaphorina citri
  • U.S.- Mexico Citrus Industry Meeting – San Diego, June 16-17, 2009 (visit…)