Another adult Asian citrus psyllid (ACP) was discovered in a residential neighborhood in San Luis Obispo County, Calif. This time the pest was discovered in the namesake city. The county’s first ACP find was last March in Arroyo Grande, a city in the southern end of the county. As with other residential discoveries where early discoveries of the pest are made, the California Department of Food and Agriculture began a stepped-up survey for the pest in the surrounding area as state ...

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