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Asian Citrus Psyllid publication updated

Adult and nymphs of the Asian citrus psyllid. (Credit: Michael E. Rogers, University of Florida)

The Asian citrus psyllid is an insect that can carry a deadly tree disease called Huanglongbing or citrus greening. To help educate people about the seriousness of this disease, how it spreads, and how to deal with it, the UC IPM program has published an...

Adult and nymphs of the Asian citrus psyllid. (Credit: Michael E. Rogers, University of Florida)
Adult and nymphs of the Asian citrus psyllid. (Credit: Michael E. Rogers, University of Florida)

Adult and nymphs of the Asian citrus psyllid. (Credit: Michael E. Rogers, University of Florida)

PDF of ACP Pest Notes
PDF of ACP Pest Notes

PDF of ACP Pest Notes

Posted on Monday, October 22, 2018 at 8:52 PM
Tags: Asian citrus psylld (14), Daugherty (3), disease (30), Grafton-Cardwell (12), insect (6), IPM (57), pest (74), tree (16)
Focus Area Tags: Pest Management Yard & Garden

Help Slow the Spread of Asian Citrus Psyllid in California

Figure 1. Highly magnified adult Asian citrus psyllid feeding on citrus. [B. Grafton-Cardwell]

[From the March 2016 issue of UC IPM's Retail Nursery & Garden Center IPM News] Asian citrus psyllid (ACP) continues to spread and to be an ever-present concern in California. Because of this, we have updated information from the April 2015 issue of...

Posted on Friday, April 29, 2016 at 1:33 PM
Tags: ACP (27), asian citrus psyllid (34), Daugherty (3), Grafton-Cardwell (12), HLB (23), huanglongbing (33), retail nursery (6), UC IPM (219), Wilen (11)

Help protect California's citrus from ACP

Figure 1. Asian citrus psyllid adult, and white wax tubules from yellowish nymphs.

[From the April 2015 issue of the UC IPM Retail Newsletter] In June 2013, we wrote about the Asian citrus psyllid (ACP) in UC IPM's Retail Nursery and Garden Center News. At that time, ACP was mostly found in parts of Southern California. It has since...

Posted on Monday, May 4, 2015 at 11:20 AM
Tags: ACP (27), asian citrus psyllid (34), Daugherty (3), Grafton-Cardwell (12), HLB (23), Wilen (11)
 
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