UC Cooperative Extension | Agricultural Experiment Station
Lygus bugs are a key economic pest of many crops in California, including field crops, vegetables, nuts and fruits. There are 43 species of Lygus bugs in the world, 34 of which are known to exist in North America. Three species are reportedly found in the central San Joaquin Valley of California: Lygus hesperus, Lygus elisus, and Lygus lineolaris. To date, there has been no simple method to distinguish among these three species. Pest management strategies must begin with correct identification.
|Redding - Workshop on Managing Family Forests in California - UC Forest Research and Outreach||5/29/2013|
|Walnut Orchard Herbicide Research and Demonstration Field Day - Sutter-Yuba UCCE||5/29/2013|
|Klamath Basin Small Grains Spring Meeting & Field Tour - OSU-KBREC AND UC-IREC||5/30/2013|
|2013 Family Garden Day - Nutrition BEST||6/1/2013|
|Worm Composting Workshop-Yountville - City of Napa/UC Master Gardeners Napa County||6/1/2013|