San Bernardino ACP Scouting and Monitoring Workshop – July 12

Inland Empire/Desert Southern California

The University of California is hosting a free workshop in San Bernardino for citrus grove owners, managers and farmers. The workshop will provide an overview of proper Asian citrus psyllid (ACP) scouting techniques from University of California research entomologist Dr. Beth Grafton-Cardwell and instructions on how to monitor ACP populations as a way of improving area-wide management strategy in San Bernardino County.

Attendees will have the opportunity to practice psyllid scouting techniques in blocks of trees known to host ACP and are strongly encouraged to bring a hand lens (a loaner hand lens will be provided if needed).

San Bernardino ACP Scouting and Monitoring Workshop
Thursday, July 12
8 to 10 a.m.
Location: San Bernardino, CA (further details on workshop location will be provided by email after registration).
Register online here.

For questions, please contact:

Sandra Zwaal
San Bernardino County grower liaison
szwaal2@gmail.com
949-636-7089


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