The project has three objectives: (1) Obtain mature tissues of the best transgenic lines. (2) Determine whether transgenics prevent psyllids from being infected. (3) Continue testing generations of vegetative propagation from the best transgenic lines. The following work has been conducted in this quarter: (1) Conducted two more rounds of cage experiments to further test if the transgenic plants inhibit psyllid reproduction. Results showed that none of the transgenes was able to significantly reduce psyllid progeny numbers in the cage experiment. (2) Newly generated replicates of the transgenic lines were inoculated in the psyllid room and nymph-infested plants were recorded and moved to the immediate greenhouse for symptom development.