3439 Huanglongbing Disease

State Interior Quarantine

 

A quarantine is established against the following pest, its hosts and possible carriers.

 

A.     Pest. Huanglongbing (HLB) disease (HLB associated bacteria Candidatus Liberibacter asiaticus) and its vector, the Asian citrus psyllid (ACP), Diaphorina citri.

 

B.    Area Under Quarantine.

 

(1)   In Los Angeles and Orange counties:

 

(A)     In the Hacienda Heights, Cerritos, La Habra, Anaheim, and San Gabriel areas: Beginning at the intersection of E 3rd Street and S Eastern Avenue; then, starting northerly along S Eastern Avenue to its intersection with E 1st Street; then, westerly along said street to its intersection with N Marianna Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with Michigan Avenue; then, westerly along said avenue to its intersection with N Carmelita Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with E Cesar E Chavez Avenue; then, westerly along said avenue to its intersection with N Hazard Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with Floral Drive; then, westerly along said drive to its intersection with N Gage Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with Pomeroy Avenue; then, westerly along said avenue to its intersection with City Terrace Drive; then, northeasterly along said drive to its intersection with Marengo St; then, westerly along said street to its intersection with Pedestrian Overpass at 34.059931 latitude and -118.187716 longitude; then, northerly along said overpass to its intersection with Whiteside Street; then, westerly along said street to its intersection with Adkisson Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with Fowler Street; then, southwesterly along said street to its intersection with N Ditman Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with Medford Street; then, northwesterly along said street to its intersection with N Soto Street; then, northerly along said street to its intersection with Valley Boulevard; then, westerly along said boulevard to its intersection with N Main Street; then, westerly along said street to its intersection with Griffin Avenue; then, northeasterly along said avenue to its intersection with S Avenue 52; then, northeasterly along said avenue to its intersection with State Highway 110; then, easterly along said highway to its intersection with S Avenue 57; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with N Figueroa Street; then, northeasterly along said street to its intersection with State Highway 134; then, northeasterly along said highway to its intersection with US Interstate 210; then, easterly along said interstate to its intersection with N Los Robles Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with E Maple Street; then, easterly along said street to its intersection with N El Molino Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with E Orange Grove Boulevard; then, easterly along said boulevard to its intersection with N Lake Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with E Mountain Street; then, easterly along said street to its intersection with N Hill Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with Asbury Drive; then, easterly along said drive to its intersection with N Allen Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with E Washington Boulevard; the, easterly along said boulevard to its intersection with N Altadena Drive; then, northerly along said drive to its intersection with New York Drive; then, easterly along said drive to its intersection with Eaton Canyon Drive; then, northwesterly along said drive to its intersection with Kinneloa Canyon Road; then, northeasterly along said road to its intersection with Kinneloa Mesa Road; then, northeasterly along said road to its intersection with Country Lane; then, northeasterly along said lane to its intersection with Sierra Madre Villa Avenue; then, southeasterly along said avenue to its intersection with Vosburg Street; then, easterly along said street to its intersection with Pasadena Glen Road; then, northerly along said road to its intersection with the Angeles National Forest boundary at 34.178767 Latitude -118.079138 Longitude; then, easterly along said boundary to its intersection with an imaginary line at 34.179094 Latitude -118.071909 Longitude; then, southerly along said imaginary line to its intersection with an unknown river at 34.175862 Latitude -118.072077 Longitude; then, southwesterly along said river to its intersection with Ranch Top Road; then, southeasterly along said Road to its intersection with Hastings Ranch Drive; then, southwesterly along said drive to its intersection with Denair Street; then, easterly along said street to its intersection with N Michillinda Avenue; then, southerly along said avenue to its intersection with Fairview Avenue; then, easterly along said avenue to its intersection with Grove Street; then, northerly along said street to its intersection with W Carter Avenue; then, easterly along said avenue to its intersection with Auburn Avenue; then, southerly along said avenue to its intersection with W Grandview Avenue; then, easterly along said avenue to its intersection with Anita Crest Drive; then, southeasterly along said drive to its intersection with Andrea Lane; then, easterly along said lane to its intersection with Orangewood Lane; then, southerly along said lane to its intersection with Sierra Madre Boulevard; then, easterly along said boulevard to its intersection with N Santa Anita Avenue; then, southerly along said avenue to its intersection with Virginia Road; then, easterly along said road to its intersection with Highland Oaks Drive; then, southerly along said drive to its intersection with E Sycamore Avenue; then, easterly along said avenue to its intersection with N 2nd Avenue; then, southerly along said avenue to its intersection with E Foothill Boulevard; then, easterly along said boulevard, becoming W Foothill Boulevard, to its intersection with S Mayflower Avenue; then, southerly along said avenue to its intersection with W Colorado Boulevard; then, easterly along said boulevard to its intersection with S Myrtle Avenue; then, southerly along said avenue to its intersection with E Central Avenue; then, easterly along said avenue to its intersection with S California Avenue; then, southerly along said avenue to its intersection with California Avenue; then, southerly along said avenue to its intersection with Shrode Avenue; then, easterly along said avenue to its intersection with Mountain Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with Meridian Street; then, easterly along said street to its intersection with Bateman Avenue; then, southerly along said avenue to its intersection with Avenida Barbosa; then, southerly along said avenue to its intersection with Arrow Highway; then, easterly along said highway to its intersection with Rivergrade Road; then, southwesterly along said road to its intersection with Brooks Drive; then southeasterly along said drive to its intersection with Littlejohn Street; then, southerly along said street to its intersection with Los Angeles Street; then, easterly along said street to its intersection with Hornbrook Avenue; then, southerly along said avenue to its intersection with Palm Avenue; then, easterly along said avenue to its intersection with Harlan Avenue; then, southerly along said avenue to its intersection with Ramona Boulevard; then, northeasterly along Ramona Boulevard to its intersection with Stewart Avenue; then, southeasterly along Stewart Avenue to its intersection with Baldwin Park Boulevard; then, northeasterly along Baldwin Park Boulevard to its intersection with La Rica Avenue; then, southeasterly along La Rica Avenue to its intersection with Maine Avenue; then, northeasterly along Maine Avenue to its intersection with Pacific Avenue; then, southeasterly along Pacific Avenue to its intersection with Puente Avenue; then, northeasterly along Puente Avenue to its intersection with Root Street; then, starting northeasterly along Root Street to its intersection with W Puente Avenue; then, easterly along W Puente Avenue to its intersection with N Vincent Avenue; then, southerly along N Vincent Avenue to its intersection with E Rowland Avenue; then, easterly along E Rowland Avenue to its intersection with N Lark Ellen Avenue; then, southerly along N Lark Ellen Avenue to its intersection with US Interstate 10; then, easterly along US Interstate 10 to its intersection with S Hollenbeck Street; then, southerly along S Hollenbeck Street to its intersection with E Cameron Avenue; then, starting easterly along E Cameron Avenue to its intersection with Cameron Avenue; then, starting southeasterly along Cameron Avenue to its intersection with N Grand Avenue; then, starting southeasterly along N Grand Avenue to its intersection with Amar Road; then, southwesterly along Amar Road to its intersection with N Lemon Avenue; then, starting southeasterly along N Lemon Avenue to its intersection with La Puente Road; then, southwesterly along La Puente Road to its intersection with S Flemington Drive; then, starting southeasterly along S Flemington Drive to its intersection with E Millridge Drive; then, westerly along E Millridge Drive to its intersection with Camino de Gloria; then, starting southeasterly along Camino de Gloria to its intersection with Valley Boulevard; then, southwesterly along Valley Boulevard to its intersection with Fairway Drive; then, southerly along said drive to its intersection with Brea Canyon Cutoff Road; then, southeasterly along said road to its intersection with an Unnamed Creek at 33.967823 latitude and -117.846898 longitude; then, southwesterly along said creek to its intersection with Gold Run Drive; then, easterly along said drive to its intersection with Running Branch Road; then, southwesterly along said road to its intersection with an Unnamed Road at 33.960481 latitude and -117.847766 longitude; then, southerly along said road to its intersection with an Unnamed Road at 33.958382 latitude and -117.845875 longitude; then, easterly along said road to its intersection with Brea Ridge Mountainway and Tonner Canyon Road; then, southwesterly along Tonner Canyon Road to its intersection with Times Mountainway; then, easterly along said mountainway to its intersection with State Mountainway; then, easterly along said mountainway to its intersection with an Unnamed Road at 33.947035 latitude and -117.822505 longitude; then, southerly along said road to its intersection with Chino Hills State Park at 33.939334 latitude and -117.826128 longitude; then, southwesterly along said park to its intersection with an Unnamed Road at 33.933465 latitude and -117.833716 longitude; then, southerly along said road to its intersection with Trolley Court, then easterly along said court to its intersection with Boxcar Lane; then, southerly along said lane to its intersection with Whistle Train Road; then, westerly along said road to its intersection with Railway; then, southerly along said railway to its intersection with Santa Fe Avenue; then, southerly along said avenue to its intersection with Carbon Canyon Road; then, westerly along said road to its intersection with Carbon Canyon Park Boundary at 33.922660 latitude and -117.838737 longitude; then, southeasterly along Carbon Canyon Park Boundary to its intersection with an imaginary line at 33.913064 latitude and -117.839219 longitude; then, southwesterly along said line to its intersection with Blake Rd; then, southwesterly along said road to its intersection with Rose Drive; then, southerly along said drive to its intersection with Imperial Highway; then, southeasterly along said highway to its intersection with S Imperial Highway; then, southerly along said highway to its intersection with Cannon Street; then, southerly along said street to its intersection with Villa Park Road; then, westerly along said road to its intersection with N Hewes Street; then, southwesterly along said street to its intersection with Hewes Street; then southerly along said street to its intersection with E Chapman Avenue; then, westerly along said avenue to its intersection with S Esplanade Street; then, southerly along said street to its intersection with Fairhaven Avenue; then, westerly along said avenue to its intersection with Prospect Avenue; then, southerly along said avenue to its intersection with E 17th Street; then, westerly along said street to its intersection with Yorba Street; then, southerly along said street to its intersection with W 1st Street; then, westerly along said street to its intersection with E 1st Street; then, westerly along said street to its intersection with S Lyon Street; then, southerly along said street to its intersection with E Chestnut Avenue; then, westerly along said avenue to its intersection with S Grand Avenue; then, southerly along said avenue to its intersection with E McFadden Avenue; then, westerly along said avenue to its intersection with S Standard Avenue; then, southerly along said avenue to its intersection with  Hobart Street; then, westerly along said street to its intersection with S Main Street; then, southerly along said street to its intersection with W Edinger Avenue; then, westerly along said avenue to its intersection with S Flower Street; then, southerly along said street to its intersection with W Saint Andrew Place; then, westerly along said place to its intersection with S Rene Drive; then, southerly along said drive to its intersection with W Warner Avenue; then, westerly along said avenue to its intersection with Warner Avenue; then, westerly along said avenue to its intersection with Brookhurst Street; then, northerly along said street to its intersection with Heil Avenue; then, westerly along said avenue to its intersection with Magnolia Street; then, northerly along said street to its intersection with Edinger Avenue; then, westerly along said avenue to its intersection with Beach Boulevard; then, northerly along said boulevard to its intersection with Center Avenue; then, northwesterly along said avenue to its intersection with Southern Pacific Railroad; then, northerly along said railroad to its intersection with McFadden Avenue; then, westerly along said avenue to its intersection with Edwards Street; then, northerly along said street to its intersection with Bolsa Avenue; then, westerly along said avenue to its intersection with Springdale Street; then, northerly along said street to its intersection with Chinook Drive; then, westerly along said drive to its intersection with Tropicana Lane; then, southerly along said lane to its intersection with Sands Drive; then, westerly along said drive to its intersection with Hammon Lane; then, northerly along said lane to its intersection with Westminster Boulevard; then, westerly along said boulevard to its intersection with Bolsa Chica Road; then, northerly along said road to its intersection with Interstate 405 North; then, westerly along said interstate to its intersection with California Highway 22 West; then, westerly along said highway to its intersection with N Studebaker Road; then, northerly along said road to its intersection with E Anaheim Road; then, westerly along said road to its intersection with Palo Verde Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with E Atherton Street; then, westerly along said street to its intersection with Clark Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with Interstate 405 North; then, northwesterly along said interstate to its intersection with Cherry Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with E Artesia Boulevard; then, easterly along said boulevard to its intersection with N Paramount Boulevard; then, northerly along said boulevard to its intersection with Paramount Boulevard; then, northerly along said boulevard to Alondra Boulevard; then, easterly along said boulevard to its intersection with Downey Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with Rosecrans Avenue; then, easterly along said avenue to its intersection with Lakewood Boulevard; then, northeasterly along said boulevard to its intersection with Imperial Highway; then, easterly along said highway to its intersection with Bellflower Boulevard; then, northerly along said boulevard to its intersection with Washburn Road; then, easterly along said road to its intersection with Woodruff Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with Stewart and Gray Road; then, northwesterly along said road to its intersection with Southern Avenue; then, westerly along said avenue to its intersection with Garfield Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with Southern Pacific Railroad; then, westerly along said railroad to its intersection with Interstate 710; then, northerly along said interstate to its intersection with Clara Street; then, westerly along said street to its intersection with Wilcox Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with E Gage Avenue; then, westerly along said avenue to its intersection with Heliotrope Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with Heliotrope Circle; then, northwesterly along said circle to its intersection with Mayflower Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with E Slauson Avenue; then, westerly along said avenue to its intersection with Atlantic Boulevard; then, northerly along said boulevard to its intersection with District Boulevard;, then, northwesterly along said boulevard to its intersection with S Downey Road; then, northerly along said road to its intersection with S Grande Vista Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with Union Pacific Avenue; then, easterly along said avenue to its intersection with S Downey Road; then, northerly along said road to its intersection with E 3rd Street; then, easterly along said street to the point of beginning.

 

 

(2)  In Riverside and San Bernardino Counties:

 

In the Crestmore Heights and Riverside areas: Beginning at the intersection of the Union Pacific railroad tracks and the Jurupa Hills Country Club boundary at 33.972709 latitude and -117.444986 longitude; then, starting northerly along the Jurupa Hills Country Club boundary to its intersection with the intersection of Linares Avenue and Moraga Avenue; then, northerly along Moraga Avenue to its intersection with Avenue Juan Diaz; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with Peralta Place; then, northerly along said place to its intersection with Limonite Avenue; then, westerly along said avenue to its intersection with Camino Real; then, northerly along said real  to its intersection with Granite Hill Drive; then, easterly along said drive to its intersection with the Sunnyslope City Boundary at 34.013533 latitude and -117.441269 longitude; then, easterly along said boundary to its intersection with Granite Hill Drive; then, northerly along said drive to its intersection with the Oak Quarry Golf Club boundary at 34.019669 latitude and -117.437699 longitude; then, northeasterly along said boundary to its intersection with the Riverside and San Bernardino county boundaries at 34.034006 latitude and -117.433997 longitude; then, easterly along said boundary to its intersection with Sierra Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with Sierra Avenue and Jurupa Avenue; then, easterly along Jurupa Avenue to its intersection with Alder Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with Santa Ana Avenue; then, easterly along said avenue to its intersection with Maple Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with Slover Avenue; then, easterly along said avenue to its intersection with Cedar Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with Valley Boulevard; then, westerly along said boulevard to its intersection with W Valley Boulevard; then, easterly along said boulevard to its intersection with S Riverside Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with E San Bernardino Avenue; then, easterly along said avenue to its intersection with San Bernardino Avenue; then, easterly along said avenue to its intersection with W Olive Street; then, easterly along said street to its intersection with Cypress Avenue; then, southerly along said avenue to its intersection with W C Street; then, easterly along said street to its intersection with N Rancho Avenue; then, southerly along said avenue to its intersection with W F Street; then, easterly along said street to its intersection with Pennsylvania Avenue; then, southerly along said avenue to its intersection with W H Street; then, easterly along said street to its intersection with E H Street; then, easterly along said street to its intersection with N Mount Vernon Avenue; then, southerly along said avenue to its intersection with I-10 E; then, easterly along said highway to its intersection with Hunts Lane; then, southerly along said lane to its intersection with S Hunts Lane; then, southerly along said lane to its intersection with E Washington Street; then, easterly along said street to its intersection with Sierra Vista Drive; then, southerly along said drive to its end; then, southerly along an imaginary line to its intersection with Prado Lane at 34.038381 latitude and -117.267737 longitude; then, southerly along said lane to its intersection with Utility Access Road; then, southerly along an imaginary line to its intersection with Scotch Lane at 34.023560 latitude and -117.263430 longitude; then, southwesterly along said lane to  its intersection with  Scotch Lane and at 34.021848 latitude and -117.263959 longitude; then, southeasterly along an Imaginary Line to its intersection with the Riverside/San Bernardino County line at 34.018800 latitude and -117.257880 longitude; then, southerly along an Imaginary Line to its intersection with Rattlesnake Ridge at 34.013657 latitude and -117.256658 longitude; then, southerly along an Imaginary Line to its intersection with an Unnamed Road at 34.007724 latitude and -117.257830 longitude; then, southerly along an Imaginary Line to 33.994941 latitude and -117.256701 longitude; then, southwesterly along an Imaginary Line to its intersection with Hidden View Lane at 33.986770 latitude and -117.263300 longitude; then, southerly along said lane to its intersection with Pigeon Pass Road; then, southerly along said road to its intersection with Climbing Rose Drive; then, westerly along said drive to its intersection with Barclay Drive; then, southerly along said drive to its intersection with Ironwood Avenue; then, westerly along said avenue to its intersection with Day Street; then, southerly along said street to its intersection with Gateway Drive; then, westerly along said drive to its intersection with Valley Springs Parkway; then, southerly along said parkway to its intersection with Eucalyptus Avenue; then, westerly along said avenue to its intersection with Eastridge Avenue; then, westerly along said avenue to its intersection with River Run; then, southerly along said run to its  intersection with an Imaginary Line at the end of said run; then, southwesterly along said line to its intersection with Sycamore Canyon River at 33.9253452 latitude and -117.307673 longitude; then, westerly along said river to its intersection with an Imaginary Line; then, westerly along said line to to its intersection with Barton Street at 33.925540 latitude and -117.313980 longitude; then, westerly along  said street to its intersection with Cottonwood Avenue; then, westerly along said avenue to its intersection with Cottonwood Avenue and an Imaginary Line; then, westerly along said line to its intersection with Wood Road; then, southerly along said road to its intersection with Cannon Road; then, westerly along said road to its intersection with Alessandro Boulevard; then, southerly along said boulevard to its intersection with Berry Road; then, westerly along said road to its intersection with Crystal View Terrace; then, northwesterly along said terrace to its intersection with Overlook Parkway; then, westerly along said parkway to its intersection with Washington Street; then, northerly along said street to its intersection with Victoria Avenue; then, southwesterly along said avenue to its intersection with Madison Street; then, northwesterly along said street to its intersection with Arlington Avenue; then, westerly along said avenue to its intersection with Streeter Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with Rochester Street; then, westerly along said street to its intersection with Rexford Drive; then, northerly along said drive to its intersection with Central Avenue; then, westerly along said avenue to its intersection with Hillside Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with Mountain View Avenue; then, westerly along said avenue to its intersection with Sheppard Street; then, northerly along said street to its intersection with Jurupa Avenue; then, northerly along said avenue to its intersection with the United Pacific railroad tracks; then, northwesterly along said tracks to the point of beginning.

 

 

C.    Articles and Commodities Covered.

 

1.     The following are declared to be hosts and possible carriers of the disease HLB and ACP; all plants, plant parts and propagative seed of:

 

Aeglopsis chevalieri (Chevalier's aeglopsis)

Balsamocitrus dawei (Uganda powder-flask)

Bergera (=Murraya) koenigii (curry leaf)

Calodendrum capense (Cape Chestnut)

 X Citroncirus webberi (citrange)

*Citrus aurantiifolia (lime, Key lime, Persian lime, lima, limón agrio, limón ceutí, lima mejicana, limero)

*Citrus aurantium (sour orange, Seville orange, bigarde, marmalade orange, naranja agria, naranja amarga)

*Citrus hystrix (Mauritius papeda, Kaffir lime)

*Citrus jambhiri (rough lemon, jambhiri·orange, limon rugoso, rugoso)

*Citrus limon (lemon, limón, limonero)

*Citrus madurensis (=X Citrofortunella microcarpa) (calamondin)

*Citrus maxima (pummelo, pomelo, shaddock, pompelmous, toronja)

*Citrus medica (citron, cidra, cidro, toronja)

*Citrus meyeri (Meyer lemon, dwarf lemon)

*Citrus x nobilis (king mandarin, tangor, Florida orange, King-of-Siam)

*Citrus x paradisi (grapefruit, pamela, toronja)

*Citrus reticulata (mandarin, tangerine, mandarina)

*Citrus sinensis (sweet orange, orange, naranja, naranja dulce)

*Citrus spp,

Clausena indica (clausena)

C.lansium (wampi, wampee)

Fortunella crassifolia (Meiwa kumquat)

Fortunella margarita (Nagami kumquat, oval kumquat)

Fortunella polyandra (Malayan kumquat)

Fortunella spp.

Limonia acidissima (Indian wood apple)

Microcitrus australasica (finger-lime)

Murraya spp. (curry leaf, orange-jasmine, Chinese-box, naranjo jazmin)

*Poncirus trifoliata (trifoliate orange, naranjo trebol)

Severinia buxifolia (Chinese box-orange)

Swinglea glutinosa (tabog)

Triphasia trifolia (trifoliate limeberry, triphasia)

Vepris (=Toddalia) lanceolata. (white ironwood)

 

*Seed of Citrus spp. and Poncirus spp. is not regulated for Huanglongbing disease.

 

 

2.     The following are declared to be hosts and possible carriers of ACP; all plants, plant parts (excluding fruit for consumption) of:

 

Aegle marmelos (bael, Bengal quince, golden apple, bela, milva)

Afraegle gabonensis (Gabon powder-flask)

Afraegle paniculata (Nigerian powder-flask)

Amyris madrensis (mountain torchwood)

Atalantia missionis (=Pamburus missionis)

Atalantia monophyl/a (Indian atalantia)

Atalantia spp.

Choisya arizonica (Arizonia orange)

Choisya ternate (Mexican or mock orange)

Citropsis articulata (Katimboro, Muboro, West African cherry orange)

Citropsis gilletiana (cherry-orange)

Citropsis schweinfurthii (African cherry-orange)

Clausena anisum-olens (anis)

Clausena excavata (clausena)

Clymenia polyandra (a-mulis)

Eremocitrus glauca (Australian desert lime)

Eremocitrus hybrid

Esenbeckia berlandieri (8erlandier's jopoy)

Merrillia calaxylon (flowering merrillia)

Microcitrus australis (Australian round-lime)

Microcitrus papuana (desert-lime)

X Microcitronel/a spp.

Naringi crenulata (naringi)

Pamburus missionis (pamburus, =Atalantia missionis)

Tetradium ruticarpum (evodia, wu zhu yu)

Toddalia asiatica (orange climber)

Zanthoxylum fagara (wild lime, lime prickly-ash)

 

3.     Any other articles or commodities which are infested or exposed to infestation by ACP or HLB.

 

4.     Possible carriers shall include all appliances used in the growing, harvesting, processing and hauling of the host plants and plant parts and any green waste residues including but not limited to tractors, trailers, trucks, planting, picking and pruning equipment and processing machinery and any other article, thing or means of conveyance when it is determined by the Secretary or county agricultural commissioner to present a hazard of spreading live life stages of the ACP or HLB and the person in possession thereof has been so notified.

 

5.     Exemptions. The following articles are exempt from the provisions of this subsection:

 

a.     Host fruit commercially cleaned, graded and packed within the regulated area may move within or from the area.

 

b.     Host fruit moved in bulk containers or bins which have been cleaned using normal packing house procedures.

 

c.     Dying or dead plant material (green waste) that has been processed or handled or treated in a manner approved by the Secretary to eliminate live life stages of the ACP and is moved directly to a city or county sanitary landfill or State licensed compost facility within the quarantine area.

 

 

D.    Restrictions.

 

1.     Articles and commodities covered in subsection (C)(1) and (C)(2) are prohibited movement from the area under quarantine unless they meet the requirements outlined in Title 7, CFR, Part 301, Subpart-Citrus Greening and Asian Citrus Psyllid.

 

2.     Articles and commodities covered in subsections (C)(1) are prohibited movement within the area under quarantine unless produced and continuously maintained in a departmentally approved insect-resistant structure under the terms of a compliance agreement with the Department or agricultural commissioner's office and all nursery stock shall bear a label stating that it cannot be moved outside the quarantine area. The compliance agreement shall include a plan developed by the participant and approved by the Department for meeting the following:

 

a.     Ensure proper utilization of entryways.

 

b.     Establish procedures that are sufficient to prevent entry or spread of HLB and ACP.

 

c.     Maintain structural inspection schedule that is sufficient to ensure the integrity of the structure is maintained.

 

d.     The response to structural breach.

 

e.     Ensure appropriate nursery personnel are trained in pest identification and plant inspection techniques.

 

f.      Ensure proper use of Department supplied traps.

 

3.     The articles and commodities covered in subsections (C)(2) are prohibited movement within the area under quarantine except as provided in (a) or (b) or (c) below:

 

a.     If accompanied by a certificate issued by an authorized agricultural official affirming that the articles and commodities have been treated in a manner approved by the Department and are apparently free from ACP the host material may move directly into the area regulated by Section 3435, Asian Citrus Psyllid Interior Quarantine. All nursery stock shall bear a label stating that it cannot be moved outside the quarantine area regulated under Section 3439, Huanglongbing Disease Interior Quarantine.

 

b.     If certified as meeting the restrictions of subsection (D)(1).

 

c.     If the article or commodity covered is moved under the terms of a special permit as authorized under Title 3, Section 3154 of the California Code of Regulations.

 

4.     Articles and commodities covered in subsections (C)(1) and (C)(2) may move within the quarantine area if the article or commodity was produced outside the area under quarantine and is being moved into the area under quarantine by direct route and without delay in vehicles or containers which prevent exposure to infestation of the article or commodity to ACP/HLB while en route for delivery within the area or to transit the area.  Any nursery stock shall be delivered directly to and continuously maintained within a departmentally approved insect-resistant structure operating under the terms of a compliance agreement, as outlined in subsection (D)(2), with the Department or agricultural commissioner's office.

 

5.     The articles and commodities covered in subsections (C)(3) are prohibited movement within or from the area under quarantine except as provided in (a) or (b) below:

 

a.     If accompanied by a certificate issued by an authorized agricultural official affirming that the articles and commodities have been treated in a manner approved by the Department and is apparently free from ACP.

 

b.     If the article or commodity covered is moved under the terms of a special permit as authorized under Title 3, Section 3154 of the California Code of Regulations.

 

6.     Articles and commodities covered in subsection (C)(4) are prohibited movement within or from the area under quarantine except if cleaned and/or treated in a manner to eliminate all live life stages of ACP to the satisfaction of the Department or county agricultural commissioner.

 

7.     Host fruit listed under subsections (C)(1) and (C)(2) and harvested/placed from the grove directly into bulk containers or bins is prohibited from leaving the regulated area.

 

E.     Enforcement

 

1.     If ACP is detected in a departmentally approved insect-resistant structure:

 

a.     No further shipments under this section will be allowed from the facility until the Department provides authorization.

 

b.     If compartmentalization of the facility exists, the Department will complete a risk assessment, based upon accepted scientifically sound principles, to determine regulatory response, and all articles and commodities covered under subsection (C) will be prohibited from movement out of the facility until completion of the risk assessment.

 

c.     If compartmentalization does not exist:

 

i.      The Department will complete a risk assessment, based upon accepted scientifically sound principles, to determine the regulatory response and all articles and commodities covered under subsection (C)(1) will be prohibited from movement out of the facility until completion of the risk assessment. Unless otherwise indicated based on results of the risk assessment, all articles and commodities covered under subsection (C)(1) must be held in the facility and inspected and tested for the presence of HLB with negative results every six (6) months for up to two years prior to release for movement; or

 

ii.     All articles and commodities covered under subsection (C) in the facility are prohibited from movement. All articles and commodities covered under subsection (C)(1) must be removed from the facility under supervision of the Department and destroyed and the facility would be required to undergo Department approved treatment measures before any additional plant material eligible for movement under this section is allowed movement from or entry into the facility.

 

2.     If HLB is detected in a departmentally approved insect-resistant structure no further shipments under this section will be allowed from the facility until the Department provides authorization.

 

a.     If compartmentalization of the facility exists, the Department will complete a risk assessment, based upon accepted scientifically sound principles, to determine regulatory response.

 

b.     If compartmentalization does not exist, all articles and commodities covered under subsection (C)(1) in the facility are prohibited from movement. All articles and commodities covered under subsection (C)(1) must be removed from the facility and the facility will be required to undergo approved treatment measures before any additional plant material eligible for movement under this section is allowed to move from or entry into the facility.

 

3.     For movement within the area under quarantine a compartmentalized facility is a facility that is divided into distinct compartments and which has been determined by the Department inspector to be of adequate design and construction to ensure pest-freedom from ACP of any compartment where plants for movement are grown.  For movement outside the area under quarantine a compartmentalized facility is a facility meeting the requirements outlined in Title 7, CFR, Part 301, Subpart-Citrus Greening and Asian Citrus Psyllid.

 

F.     Standards of Cleanliness

 

Any nursery stock of subsection (C)(1) within the area under quarantine which does not meet the requirements of subsection (D) Restrictions cannot be maintained free from HLB and does not meet the California Code Regulations, Title 3, Section 3060.2, Standards of Cleanliness, and is declared a public nuisance under California Code of Regulations, Title 3, Section 3639, HLB Eradication Area.3437 European Grapevine Moth (Lobesia botrana)

 

ADDITIONALQUARANTINE INFORMATION

 

APPENDIX A- QC Master Permits           07-20-15

QC Permit 1337 - Green Waste within and from the HLB Quarantine Area

QC Permit 1342 - Transport of HLB and/or ACP Host Material within the HLB Quarantine Area for destruction (issued to the HLB Project)

QC Permit 1345 - Movement of HLB/ACP host fruit within and from the HLB quarantine area if free from all leaves, all stems, al plant parts and all life stages of ACP (Articles and Commodities covered in section C.1. of CCR 3439)

QC Permit 1346 - Unrestricted movement of fig (Ficus carica) host material within and from eradication and quarantine areas of HLB and/or ACP- Effective 9/11/12, revoked as a result of removing Fig (Ficus carica) from the host list in Section C.2..

QC Permit 1429 - Transport of HLB and/or ACP Host Material Outside the HLB Quarantine Area

 

 

 

HUANGLONGBING DISEASE QUARANTINE MAPS

https://www.cdfa.ca.gov/plant/PE/InteriorExclusion/hlb_quarantine.html