Azalea lace bug is an emerging pest in Oregon that can be quite damaging to azaleas and rhododendrons, very popular plants in Oregon nurseries and landscapes. This publication offers information on identification, timing, and management options for this new pest.
This poster measures 24 x 36 inches and is on soft vinyl with grommets, so it stands up to wet weather and is easy to handle. It contains photos and concise descriptions of the insect in its several stages of development and of its damage to plants. All content is presented in both English and Spanish. Preview poster
By Gilbert Uribe, Luisa Santamaria, Robin Rosetta
OSU Extension Catalog
The poster is in both English and Spanish (bilingual). Content includes photos and descriptions of symptoms of boxwood blight and damage to plants. The poster file is designed to print up to 24 x 36 inches. For more information on transmission of the disease and management, see the Spanish or English publication. El póster contiene fotos y descripción de síntomas y daño...
Esta publicación contiene información sobre plantas huéspedes conocidas, cómo se dispersan las esporas del hongo, y cómo manejar el tizón de boxwood, con fotos y descripciones de síntomas y daño. Hay también un póster bilingüe que contiene fotos y descripciones de síntomas y daño en español y inglés.
Revamped team, revamped website! Check out the Pesticide Safety Education Program site to find out where and when your nearest CORE pesticide continuing education event is at and to register for the class. Need to fulfill Worker Protection Standard trainings? We have a list of trainings around Oregon scheduled and available for sign up. Have a large group that need WPS training? We can come to you!
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