Sweet orange scab found in additional California citrus groves
12/25/2013 1:41:27 PMCalifornia Department of Food and Agriculture surveyors have detected citrus scab in two additional locations... Read more.
Raisin moth on the rise in California raisin vineyards
12/20/2013 1:56:52 PMRaisin moths, a rather nondescript gray-brown moth that feeds on grapes, has been on the rise in organically... Read more.
New seedborne virus confirmed in Northern California melon fields
12/19/2013 11:52:43 AMFor the first time in the United States, cucumber green mottle mosaic virus was confirmed from a sample... Read more.
Avocado pest, disease continue to spread in Southern California
12/06/2013 12:48:41 PMAn avocado-killing fungus and the beetle that carries it continue to spread in Southern California,... Read more.
'Scary dancers' may help control birds in fruit crops
12/05/2013 4:32:52 PMThose large, inflatable dancing creatures commonly seen at car dealerships may have a place in agriculture... Read more.
Texas researcher seeks alternate potato zebra chip controls
12/05/2013 5:40:00 AMRather than hitting potato psyllids with a barrage of insecticides, one Texas AgriLife Extension plant... Read more.
UPDATED: Citrus disease find in California a mystery
12/02/2013 10:58:09 PM(UPDATED COVERAGE Dec. 5) Detections of sweet orange scab that began in California’s Imperial County... Read more.
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