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  • Dogs Helping Monitor Avocado Disease

    Added April 17, 2015
    dogs and avocado

    From The Packer: South Florida university researchers are using dogs and drones to sniff out a disease that's killing the region's avocado trees. The Florida International University researchers are sending dutch sheppards and belgian malinois into...

  • ACP

    Added April 15, 2015
    ACP adult and nymph

    Per CDFA: One adult (female) Asian Citrus Psyllid was identified  from a trap in Hollister CA. Delimitation trapping will commence, along with visual survey, treatment and quarantine activities, following the newly approved Northern California...

  • Soil Moisture Monitoring from Space

    Added April 13, 2015
    space

    When we think about space missions, we tend to look toward the stars to planets like Mars where robotic rovers roam, gathering data and sending it back to Earth. Rarely do we think about missions closer to home. But a view of Earth from 426 miles above...

  • Scotch Broom Gall Mite: A new natural enemy to California

    Added April 10, 2015

    A recent find in El Dorado County has weed scientists, land managers, foresters, botanists, and plant conservationists throughout Northern California really excited over a tiny insect-like animal. The broom gall mite (Aceria genistae) which is...

  • Continuing Eduction Credit in Spray Technology

    Added April 7, 2015
    spraying

    This is a course that was developed for vineyards but it works for any crop. http://www.vineyardteam.org/resources/onlinecontinuingeducation.php   Continuing Education Credits Online Courses are now available for obtaining continuing...

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Combined Blogs

Dogs Helping Monitor Avocado Disease
Posted 4/17/2015 - From The Packer: South Florida university researchers are using dogs and drones to sniff out a disease that's killing the region's avocado trees. The Florida International University researchers are sending dutch sheppards and belgian malinois into...

ACP
Posted 4/15/2015 - Per CDFA: One adult (female) Asian Citrus Psyllid was identified  from a trap in Hollister CA. Delimitation trapping will commence, along with visual survey, treatment and quarantine activities, following the newly approved Northern California...

Soil Moisture Monitoring from Space
Posted 4/13/2015 - When we think about space missions, we tend to look toward the stars to planets like Mars where robotic rovers roam, gathering data and sending it back to Earth. Rarely do we think about missions closer to home. But a view of Earth from 426 miles above...

Scotch Broom Gall Mite: A new natural enemy to California
Posted 4/10/2015 - A recent find in El Dorado County has weed scientists, land managers, foresters, botanists, and plant conservationists throughout Northern California really excited over a tiny insect-like animal. The broom gall mite (Aceria genistae) which is...

Continuing Eduction Credit in Spray Technology
Posted 4/7/2015 - This is a course that was developed for vineyards but it works for any crop. http://www.vineyardteam.org/resources/onlinecontinuingeducation.php   Continuing Education Credits Online Courses are now available for obtaining continuing...

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