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Posts Tagged: citrus bug blog

Citrus thrips field day at LREC

On August 25, Lindcove Research Center hosted the first field event of year 2021! A field day was dedicated to discussing information on citrus thrips biology, damage, and management options available. Event kicked off by asking questions to the 42...

Posted on Monday, August 30, 2021 at 3:19 PM
Tags: anr (1), CITRUS (3), citrus bug blog (2), clementines (1), IPM (1), Lindcove REC (2), lrec (2), observing (1), tangos (1), thirps (1), ucanr (1)
Focus Area Tags: Agriculture

New research plot of Tango mandarins

A new planting of 500 Tango mandarin trees is scheduled for this month and field preparations are well underway.  Senior Agricultural Technician Jose Hernandez uses heavy equipment to dig a trench for the irrigation line.  The new orchard will...

Digging a new irrigation trench
Digging a new irrigation trench

Senior Agricultural Technician Jose Hernandez uses heavy equipment to dig a new irrigation trench.

Posted on Wednesday, August 6, 2014 at 2:21 PM
  • Author: Therese Kapaun
Tags: CCPP (2), citrus bug blog (2), irrigation (1), Tango (1)

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