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  • Newest Detection of Citrus Greening (HLB) is in Riverside

    Added July 28, 2017

    NEW FIND  A residential grapefruit tree in the city of Riverside has tested positive for the incurable citrus disease Huanglongbing, or HLB, which causes the citrus greening disease. This is the first case of the disease in...

  • Italian White Snail on the Move in San Diego County

    Added July 23, 2017

      HIGH ALERT The Italian white snail aka white garden snail (WGS)(Theba pisana) has been in San Diego County for about 100 years. However, it has rarely caused significant damage to crops or gardens. Historically, it climbs up on...

  • Looking to hire a maintenance gardener? Make sure they are DPR certified

    Added June 13, 2017

    Looking to hire a maintenance gardener? Make sure they are DPR certified —Cheryl Reynolds, UC Statewide IPM Program Summer is right around the corner. The mild weather we've recently experienced following a rich rainy season is the perfect...

  • Register now for Landscaper IPM Training

    Added April 3, 2017

    The Unified Port of San Diego and The University of California Cooperative Extension will  present their 17th Annual IPM Training for  Landscape Professionals. May 11, 2017   Please join us for this year's IPM Training...


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