Posts Tagged: Asian citrus psyllid
As part of our coverage of California Invasive Species Action Week, today we focus on a pair of...
San Luis Obispo County has seen more than 20 detections of Asian citrus psyllid (ACP) since...
Lemons on a tree. (Credit: Pixabay.com)
Actual size of Asian citrus psyllid. (Credit: B. Grafton-Cardwell)
In a ground-breaking discovery encompassing six years of research, an international team of...
UC Davis chemical ecolologist Walter Leal. (Kathy Keatley Garvey)
Citrus trees with premature and excessive fruit drop and yellowish foliage, symptoms of huanglongbing. (A. R. Lee, US Department of Agriculture-ARS)
Adult Asian citrus psyllid feeding on citrus. (Elizabeth Grafton-Cardwell)
Adult Asian citrus psyllid on a finger. (Elizabeth Grafton-Cardwell)
Citrus trees need care throughout the year, including cultural practices to keep trees healthy and...
[From the Summer issue of the UC IPM Retail Nursery & Garden Center News] The...
Fig 1. Adults, nymphs, and wax of Asian citrus psyllids. (M.E. Rogers)
Figure 2. Asian citrus psyllid nymphs with waxy tubules. (M.E. Rogers)
Figure 3. Damage on citrus leaves from Asian citrus psyllid feeding. (B. Grafton-Cardwell)
Figure 4. Asymmetrical yellow mottling of leaves, symptom of huanglongbing. (B. Grafton-Cardwell)