Valley Growers Wary of Citrus Parasite Infecting Crops
WESLACO – A parasite called the citrus nematode is causing problems for Rio Grande Valley citrus growers.
A local grower says now is the time to act before the season begins.
If the issue is ignored, the amount of fruit produced by a tree could be affected.
KRGV’s Steven Sarabia spoke to a plant pathologist who explains why fighting off the parasite is a challenge.
Watch the video above for the full story.
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