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Citrus Pest Identification and Management Guide: Phytophthora Root Rot

*This is an excerpt from Citrus Pest Identification and Management Guide, ANR- 2270.

Initial symptoms include vein yellowing followed by yellow foliage, poor growth, and shoot dieback. Advanced symptoms consist of leaf and fruit drop, tr…

Citrus Pest Identification and Management Guide: Citrus Scab

*This is an excerpt from Citrus Pest Identification and Management Guide, ANR- 2270.

Citrus scab foliar symptoms consist of fingerlike projections or lesions that may contain a tan pustule at the tip. Fruit symptoms start with slightly r…

Citrus Pest Identification and Management Guide: Melanose

*This is an excerpt from Citrus Pest Identification and Management Guide, ANR- 2270.

Melanos is brown, raised pustules, which may be surrounded by yellow halos, appear on the upper leaf surface causing it to be rough. Fruit lesions, whic…

Citrus Pest Identification and Management Guide: Greasy Spot

*This is an excerpt from Citrus Pest Identification and Management Guide, ANR- 2270.

Greasy spot leaf symptoms initially appear as yellow spots on the upper leaf surface, with brown blisters on the underside of the leaf. As the leaf ages…

Citrus Pest Identification and Management Guide: Leaf-footed Bug

*This is an excerpt from Citrus Pest Identification and Management Guide, ANR- 2270.

Adult leaf-footed bugs have a flattened, leaflike appearance with a distinctive straight band across their dorsal sides. Adults are typically 5 /8 to ¾…

Citrus Pest Identification and Management Guide: Scale

*This is an excerpt from Citrus Pest Identification and Management Guide, ANR- 2270.

Many types of scale insects can be found in citrus. This is a large family of insects that has a broad range of size and coloring. Scale can be seen on…

Citrus Pest Identification and Management Guide: Asian Citrus Psyllid

*This is an excerpt from Citrus Pest Identification and Management Guide, ANR- 2270.

The Asian citrus psyllid is an exotic pest that is the vector of citrus greening disease. Citrus greening is a serious disease that can shorten the lif…

Citrus Pest Identification and Management Guide: Citrus Leafminer

*This is an excerpt from Citrus Pest Identification and Management Guide, ANR- 2270.

Adults are moths with iridescent scales and a black spot on each wing. Adults are only about 2 mm long. Larvae leave mine-like tunnels on leaves. These…

Citrus Pest Identification and Management Guide: Citrus Whiteflies

*This is an excerpt from Citrus Pest Identification and Management Guide, ANR- 2270.

Citrus whiteflies are small, moth like insects that are approximately 1.2 mm long. They feed on foliage, causing sooty mold growth on fruit, leaves, an…

Citrus Pest Identification and Management Guide: Citrus Red Mite

*This is an excerpt from Citrus Pest Identification and Management Guide, ANR- 2270.

Citrus red mites are red in color and approximately 0.55 mm long. Females have an oval-shaped body, while males have a tapered, slightly smaller body. T…

Citrus Pest Identification and Management Guide: Citrus Rust Mite

*This is an excerpt from Citrus Pest Identification and Management Guide, ANR- 2270.

Citrus rust mites damage twigs, leaves, and fruit of citrus. Mites have piercing-sucking mouthparts. Adults have an elongated, wedge-shaped body and are…

Citrus Pest Identification and Management Guide

Citrus has long been thought of as a low-maintenance crop. Though this crop is relatively low input, it is not hands free. Regular and timely scouting can keep the maintenance input to a minimum. This guide will provide you with a key to id…

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Great Horned Owl

*This is an excerpt from Common Birds of Prey in Alabama, ANR – 1386

The great horned owl is the largest and probably most common owl species in Alabama. Though most easily identified by their large size and widely spaced ear tufts, gr…

Barred Owl

*This is an excerpt from Common Birds of Prey in Alabama, ANR – 1386

Found primarily in large forests, barred owls are easily identified by the brown streaks visible on their bellies and their lack of ear tufts. These birds also have d…

Cooper’s Hawk

*This is an excerpt from Common Birds of Prey in Alabama, ANR – 1386.

Found year round throughout Alabama, Cooper’s hawks are similar to sharp-shinned hawks. Averaging around one pound, Cooper’s hawks are larger than sharp-shinned …