There are small dark bumps on the twigs and branches of my citrus. Or, there is white, fluffy stuff on the twigs and leaves. The leaves are turning yellow and falling off and twigs are dying back. Why?
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Added August 26, 2016
Have you seen big green beetles in your California yard or garden? Or beetles feeding on your roses or other plants? There are many kinds of beetles commonly found in our landscapes, but the Japanese beetle is not one of them. Japanese Beetles Many people think they've seen the Japanese beetle (Popillia japonica), a small scarab beetle with metallic green wings with white spots on the margins....
Added August 25, 2016
It's a day that rice growers look forward to. Bugs, not so much. Because they're targeted. Especially the fall armyworms. California's 2015 rice season indicated unprecedented levels of armyworms--the highest of the last 25 years, according to Extension entomologist Larry Godfrey of the UC Davis Department of Entomology and Nematology. He's one of the speakers at the annual California Rice...
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