- Author: Elizabeth E Grafton-Cardwell
This is a repost from the Citrus Bugs blog and was written by Beth Grafton-Cardwell.
Following finds of several adults in yellow sticky cards in a residential area of Dinuba, young trees infested with all stages of psyllids were discovered nearby. The fact that all stages were found and the trees were young, suggests that the trees could have been infested when they were planted and the trees possibly came from outside the San Joaquin Valley or the infestation got started near these young trees a while ago (this is being investigated). This situation points out the need to educate everyone that they must never move...
- Author: Amanda Crump
Please join the Statewide Master Gardener Program and the California Center for Urban Horticulture for a day of Citrus and Avocados.
We'll be in Davis on April 13th, in Los Angeles on May 17th and in Riverside on May 18th.
Registration is only $20 (includes lunch)!
Learn more and register here: http://ccuh.ucdavis.edu/events/citrus/citrus.
Workshop includes information about grafting, pruning, varieties, and pest management.
See you there!