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Asian citrus psyllid quarantine in Madera County

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A portion of Madera County is now being quarantined after finding Asian citrus psyllid. <br /><br />Officials found it near the Madera lake area. The quarantine spans 100-square miles and means citrus and curry trees cannot be moved out of the area. All fruit must also be cleaned. <br /><br />Citrus psyllid can carry a disease that infects trees, and causes them to produce mis-shapen fruit.&nbsp;<br /><br /></div>

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