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Asian Citrus Psyllid
Plant hosts, life cycle, crop damage, and pest management information for this pest of citrus and other closely related plants.

Publication Number:: 8205
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Citrus Bacterial Canker Disease and Huanglongbing (Citrus Greening)
Citrus canker and huanglongbing (HLB, or citrus greening) are two serious diseases that affect crops around the world, but have not yet infected California groves. Find out how to keep these diseases out of the state.

Publication Number:: 8218
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Citrus Leafminer and Citrus Peelminer
Citrus leafminer and citrus peelminer are serious pests of California citrus groves. Learn how to tell them apart and how to apply appropriate control measures. Includes many color photos.

Publication Number:: 8321
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Citrus Leafminer: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Citrus leafminer larvae cause damage to new leaves on citrus plants and are particularly troublesome on younger trees. Learn how to control this pest using natural and chemical methods.

Publication Number:: 74137
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Citrus Production Manual
The first comprehensive manual on citrus production from the University of California covers the entire process in a clear and accessible way.

Publication Number:: 3539
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Citrus: UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines
Download a free copy of these UC-approved guidelines for pest monitoring techniques, pesticide use, and nonpesticide alternatives -- essential tools for anyone making pest management decisions in the field.

Publication Number:: 3441
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Cottony Cushion Scale: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Cottony cushion scale can infest many woody ornamentals and certain crops. Common hosts in California are citrus, cocculus, nandina, and pittosporum. Its cottony egg sac and profuse honeydew production make cottony cushion scale easy to spot.

Publication Number:: 7410
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Diaprepes Root Weevil
Diaprepes root weevil is a serious pest of Florida citrus, sweet potatoes, papayas, and ornamental plants, and it threatens to become established in California as well.

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Publication Number:: 8131
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Drought Tip: Irrigating Citrus with Limited Water
As an evergreen in California’s Mediterranean climate, with wet winters and dry summers, citrus requires some water all year long. Proper irrigation system design, installation, maintenance and scheduling can help citrus orchards continue production duri

Publication Number:: 8549
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El riego de los citricos con agua limitada
Esta publicación ofrece un resumen sobre el diseño, instalación, mantenimiento y programación de un sistema de riego apropiado que puede ayudar a que los huertos de cítricos sigan produciendo en tiempos en los que el agua escasea.

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Frost Protection for Citrus and Other Subtropicals
Basics of cold-weather protection for citrus, avocado, guava, loquat, and other subtropical fruit and nut trees.

Publication Number:: 8100
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Integrated Pest Management for Citrus—3rd Edition
Newly updated with even more colorful photos, resources, and pests! Learn to apply the principles of integrated pest management to identify and manage more than 150 pests, diseases, and disorders, including Asian Citrus Psyllid.

Publication Number:: 3303
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Navel Orange Split
A near-ripe citrus fruit that splits on the tree gives a disappointing end to the growing season. Read about likely causes of navel orange split and what you can do to help reduce its occurrence.

Publication Number:: 8038
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Passive Frost Protection of Trees and Vines
Freezing temperatures can have a devastating effect on tree and vine crop production. Proper management of your orchard or vineyard before a frost night can minimize potential damage. These management practices are called "passive protection."

Publication Number:: 21429e
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Photographic Guide to Citrus Fruit Scarring
This publication helps you recognize specific types of scars and their causes so you can prevent costly rind damage and the possible downgrading of your fruit.

Publication Number:: 8090
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Sediment Management Goals and Recommended Practices for Orchards and Vineyards
Specific steps you can take to minimize vineyard and orchard soil erosion and keep downstream waterways clean.

Publication Number:: 8219
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