off topic - ACP discovered in San Jose

Karl Church 64kkmjr@gmail.com
Mon, 13 Oct 2014 12:19:44 PDT
Members, regardless of were you live, if you have citrus in your yard
please be very vigilant in checking your trees for this pest. DO NOT
transport citrus into or out of your area.
On Oct 13, 2014 11:18 AM, "Nathan Lange" <plantsman@comcast.net> wrote:

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> PBS members living in the greater San Francisco Bay Area or Northern
> California should probably be aware of this. Asian citrus psyllids,
> carriers of HLB disease (also known as citrus greening disease) which is
> deadly to citrus, have recently been found in San Jose, many miles north of
> all previous quarantine areas. These are the first Asian citrus psyllids
> found in the Bay Area or Northern California:
> http://thegrower.com/news/…
> Jose-north-of-the-citrus-belt-278867381.html
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> http://m.westernfarmpress.com/orchard-crops/…
> spread-across-california
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> And I was just getting use to citrus grafting.
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> Nathan
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