Fruit and vegetative tissue collected and prepared during the first year of experimentation continued to be analyzed under SEM. A notable and consistent observation has been that xylem tissue of HLB affected trees appears severely occluded, with the walls of vessels and fibers displaying abnormal thickening. In fact, in some samples, the xylem tissue appeared to form a semi solid wall. Following this observation, we started a detailed study to investigate this anomaly that is likely affecting water transport in HLB-affected trees. Measurements of fruit size and peduncle diameter were taken as part of the first greenhouse experiments with SL. Trees treated with SL remain decisively healthier and retained fruit compared to untreated HLB trees. Most of the last quarter was dedicated to microscopy with additional time allotted to prepare for the second year experiments and to write manuscripts. Furthermore, results were presented in a scientific meeting. We are preparing plants in the greenhouse for the new cycle of experiments and to repeat our previous experiments. Following is the list of experiments to be started in October-2015. I: Effect of drenching application of SL on HLB-infected trees. II: Effect of spray application of SL on HLB-infected trees (Repeat experiment). III: Effect of SL + Fungicides on Phytophthora growth in HLB-infected trees. IV: Effect of spray application of SL on other varieties of citrus in groves. V: Effect of spray application of SL + other promising compounds on citrus in groves. Prior to start the start the second set of experiments, irrigation lines have been established and most trees repotted, fertilized and prepared for treatment.