This project is a continuation of the funding that has been provided to Southern Gardens Citrus (SGC) to provide growers, researchers and private companies with a laboratory to detect the pathogen that causes huanglongbing (syn. citrus greening). For the second quarter of the second year of funding (October 1-December 31, 2016), 6768 samples were analyzed. Of these, 92% were plant samples and 8% were psyllid samples. This compares with 8,449 for the same period for year 1 and 8,407 for the first quarter of year 2. Total for year 2, 15,175 samples have been analyzed compared to 15,400 for the same period of year 1. Cumulative for the grant period, 48,124 samples have been run. If the sample submission rate continues, this will result in an approximate 50% increase in sample load compared to what was budgeted.