Byron Asakawa

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  • Small, adults 3-4 mm (1/8 – 1/6 inch) long Mottled brown color Body held at 45° angle when feeding Host plants: citrus and closely related plants from the Rutaceae family such as mock orange and Indian curry leaf Life cycle:egg, 5 instar stages (Yellow with waxy secretions in photo), adults uneven yellowing leaf color of […]
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  • Registration You will receive an email with your appointment time. If you are unable to arrive on time, please notify one of the following people: Scott Parker at 858-822-6932 or Roland Hills at 858-822-7933  or Erin Spaniel at 858-822-7919 . Parking in the Parking structure (PS-A) can be challenging so you may want to leave […]
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  • I want a nice landscape for our home in Vista, but I don’t want it to require too much water.  Can you recommend a good landscape designer and contractor?  
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  • Adult bugs are black with orange and white markings; the shield-shaped body is about 1/4 inch (5-7 mm) long and about half as wide at the broadest part. Attacks vegetables, weedy mustards and several ornamental plants within the mustard family (Brassicaceae) such as alyssum, stock and candytuft  maleger thanNative to north Africa; Spread to India, […]
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