AffiliationUniversity of Arizona Cooperative Extension, Department of Entomology
University of California Kern County Cooperative Extension
Integrated Pest Management (IPM)
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CitationEllsworth, P.C., N. Pier, W.E. Hall, W. Moore, D. Haviland. 2023. Potential Pest of Arizona Pecans: Rapid Communication (Update). University of Arizona, Arizona Pest Management Center.
DescriptionAudience - agricultural stakeholders (growers, pest control advisors, industry)
AbstractA mirid plant bug was observed in high numbers on the catkins of some central Arizona pecan orchards in the spring of 2021. This was the first time multiple growers reported the plant bug, expressing concerns about potential impacts to the crop. This communication is designed to update stakeholders on the limited knowledge we have about this potential pest. Growers are encouraged to review this information with their pest control advisor to determine actions needed.
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