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    This report is issued on an annual basis to Members and Observers of the Intergovernmental Group on Citrus Fruit. It is prepared by the Market and Policy Analysis of Raw Materials, Horticulture and Tropical (RAMHOT) Products Team, Markets and Trade Division, FAO, Rome, and the tables contained in this document bring together governments' replies to the Group’s latest questionnaires, supplemented by other data available.
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    Citrus Fruits Statistics 2015 2016
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    This is the 2015 edition of the annual compilation of statistics related to the international production, trade, and processing into juice of citrus fruits with grower and wholesale prices. The fruits covered are oranges, tangerines, lemons, limes and grapefruit. The statistics are disaggregated by fruit, by year, by region and by country from 1981/2 to 2013/14.
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    Manual for the mass production of the parasitoid Tamarixia radiata on its host, Diaphorina citri (Asian citrus psyllid), cultured on Murraya paniculata (Orange Jasmine) in Belize
    TCP/BZE/3402 – Assistance to manage Huanglongbing (HLB) in Belize
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    The citrus industry is very important to the economy of Belize in terms of employment, livelihood of rural communities, exports and local production. Since May 2009, the industry has been under threat of devastation from Huanglongbing (HLB), formerly known as Citrus Greening Disease. In response to the outbreak, industry stakeholders including growers, government and processors have undertaken a national response to reduce the incidence and spread of the disease, which is vectored by an insect c alled the Asian citrus psyllid (ACP), Diaphorina citri. All citrus varieties are susceptible to HLB and there is currently no known cure for the disease. Management of the disease (via reduced incidence of the vector and improved plant health) is the only viable option to mitigate the impact of HLB on the production and productivity of the groves.

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