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New psyllid pest of California pepper tree

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James A. Downer, Cooperative Extension, Ventura County
Pavel Svihra, Cooperative Extension, Alameda County
Richard H. Molinar, Cooperative Extension, Alameda County
Jack B. Fraser, University of California, Berkeley
Carlton S. Koehler, University of California, Berkeley

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California Agriculture 42(2):30-31.

Published March 01, 1988

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Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows:A new psyllid pest of California pepper trees was first discovered in Long Beach, California, in July 1984. Since then, the insect has spread rapidly, particularly in coastal areas, and now occurs from San Diego County to the San Francisco Bay region. There are scattered records of its occurrence inland in San Bernardino and Kern counties.

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The authors acknowledge the assistance of A. Redo and S. Griffin in the field trials.

New psyllid pest of California pepper tree

James Downer, Pavel Svihra, Richard H. Molinar, Jack B. Fraser, Carlton S. Koehler
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New psyllid pest of California pepper tree

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Authors

James A. Downer, Cooperative Extension, Ventura County
Pavel Svihra, Cooperative Extension, Alameda County
Richard H. Molinar, Cooperative Extension, Alameda County
Jack B. Fraser, University of California, Berkeley
Carlton S. Koehler, University of California, Berkeley

Publication Information

California Agriculture 42(2):30-31.

Published March 01, 1988

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Abstract Not Available – First paragraph follows:A new psyllid pest of California pepper trees was first discovered in Long Beach, California, in July 1984. Since then, the insect has spread rapidly, particularly in coastal areas, and now occurs from San Diego County to the San Francisco Bay region. There are scattered records of its occurrence inland in San Bernardino and Kern counties.

Full text

Full text is available in PDF.

Author notes

The authors acknowledge the assistance of A. Redo and S. Griffin in the field trials.


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