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Update to 'Free App to Help 'Save Our Citrus'

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Linda Haque, a UC Master Gardener from Ventura County, wrote me to suggest our readers try the 'highly informative, easy to navigate site from Beth Grafton-Cardwell, Ph.D, one of the main UC entomologists in the public educational outreach...

Posted on Monday, July 23, 2018 at 2:54 PM

FREE App to help 'Save Our Citrus'


Help save California citrus by identifying and reporting the four leading citrus diseases: citrus greening, citrus black spot,  citrus canker, and sweet orange scab using the free app from the United States Department of Agriculture...

Posted on Friday, July 6, 2018 at 10:43 AM

Invasive species... What can be done?


Summer—it's a time for swimming, BBQs, camping, and eating invasive species   Last week during California Invasive Species Action Week (June 2 – June 10), we highlighted several pests, but there are many more invasive species out...

Posted on Wednesday, June 13, 2018 at 12:27 PM

Slow but destructive - the Italian White Snail

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Authors: Tunyalee Martin and Cheryl Wilen   Italian White Snail Slowly Becoming an Invasive Pest (Again)   Sometimes an invasive pest takes a while to become invasive. The Invasive Species Council of California defines an invasive species...

Posted on Monday, June 11, 2018 at 8:02 AM

Invasive species…not very a-peel-ing Tunyalee Martin – UC Statewide IPM Program

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  Citrus plants can be hosts for invasive pests. Knowing what pests are invasive and how to avoid them is an important part of nursery production. If you work in a citrus nursery, you play an important role in looking for invasive pests and...

Posted on Tuesday, June 5, 2018 at 8:34 AM

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