It depends on which pest, how many are found, and whether it is a male, unmated female, or mated female. A detection will prompt the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) to place more traps in the area to determine the extent of the infestation. In rare situations, state or county staff might need to take all the fruit off the tree and do some localized pesticide treatments. If this is the case, residents will be informed before their property is treated. If conditions warrant it, a quarantine restricting the movement of the host fruits, vegetables, or plants may be instituted. If this were to happen, CDFA and our department would hold public meetings to explain where the quarantine was located and how it worked in greater detail.