Bug Biz: Pecan Phylloxera

Randy S. Sanderlin, Hall, Michael J.  |  8/6/2013 2:10:51 AM

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Pecan phylloxera is found throughout the native pecan-producing regions of the United States. Beginning in mid-April, galls or knots appear on the leaf veins, leaf rachises, catkins; current season’s shoot growth and nuts of affected pecan trees. These galls are caused by the feeding of small aphidlike insects known as the pecan phylloxera. (PDF fomat only)
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