1 Mikeal Roose, a professor of genetics in the Department of Botany and Plant Sciences at the University or California, Riverside, holds up an insect trap being developed at the university to catch Asian citrus psyllids, which can spread the huanglongbing [HLB] bacteria among citrus trees. The trap Roose is holding in one of many variations built with a 3D printer by the researchers, however, he said, it still needs an attractant to draw in the psyllids. Photo by David Castellon

published on January 5, 2018 - 4:00 PM
Written by David Castellon

RIVERSIDE — It looks like any of the other office buildings under construction in this industrial park about four miles…

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