Pest specialist urges Californians to watch for psyllids


Issue Date: March 9, 2016

As new leaf growth appears on California citrus trees, University of California specialists want both citrus farmers and homeowners to be on the lookout for signs of Asian citrus psyllids, the insects that can spread the fatal plant disease huanglongbing (see story).

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