Garden Talk & Sale - Invasive Insects in an Era of Climate Change

Garden Talk & Sale - Invasive Insects in an Era of Climate Change
Mar 08, 2018

Thursday, 2:30 p.m.

Experts estimate that, over the past decade, some 20 percent of the mature trees in the Los Angeles area have been lost. Arboricultural consultant Rebecca Latta will share information about the insect threats to our region's trees, the diseases they carry, and how to detect them in the home garden. The discussion will include invasive shot hole borers, glassy-winged sharp shooters, citrus psyllids, ficus psyllids, eye midges, whiteflies, and gall wasps. Free; no reservations required. A plant sale will follow the program. Ahmanson Room, Brody Botanical Center

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