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Lydia Monroe: City Green OC

If you suspect that you have Asian citrus psyllid you MUST call your local Agricultural Inspectors office immediately! This is a pest that eradicated the citrus industry in various Asian nations. They will help you to get treatment for your tree and it will assist them in containing this devastating disease.

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It was the Vector control that notified me. I asked for advise and they gave me none! So if they will not help me get treatment I guess I have to cal an arborist?

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Lydia Monroe: City Green OC

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