Dr. Jonathan Crane, professor and associate center director of the University of Florida, Tropical Research and Education Center, Horticultural Sciences Department, and his team of researchers have published a new paper concerning the control and mitigation of laurel wilt and ambrosia beetle vectors in commercial Florida avocado groves. Learn more about observations from their latest...
The Spotted lanternfly has made its way to the United States. While live specimens of the pest have not yet been found in California, the California Department of Food and Agriculture has found dead spotted lanternflies on cargo planes arriving in California and it is expected the live pest will make its way to California soon.
California is home to nine species of rattlesnake that play an important role in the ecosystem, including, for example, feeding on rodents that can cause damage in groves. That said, rattlesnakes are venomous and bites — including those in which no venom was injected — do require medical treatment. As temperatures warm, rattlesnakes will be more mobile in California avocado groves so it is...
According to Dr. Ben Faber, growers have been noting that their California avocado trees have a significant number of yellow leaves on them right now. What does this mean? Learn more.
The California Avocado Commission has published the 2020 California Avocado Pre-season Crop Estimate for January 1 – December 31, 2020 on the California avocado growers website
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