A Southern California quarantine zone has been expanded in an effort to stop the spread of a disease that threatens the state’s citrus industry. The addition of 107 square miles encompasses the cities of Corona and Norco and part of Chino, the Press-Enterprise reported Thursday. It follows discovery of a dozen trees with citrus greening…
via SoCal Citrus Disease Quarantine Expands to Include Corona, Norco, Chino — KTLA
Bright red berries on a Hawthorn tree on a bright September day. The weather has certainly turned since the Equinox; we’ve had low pressure system after low pressure system every day for nearly a week. The rain is very welcome after a mostly dry September but there is a lot more to come this weekend […]
via Autumn Berries — The Lantern Room
My small potted fruit trees, hanging hoya and potted jasmine plant have all been enjoying a strong growing season on the front deck.
Lemon kissed by rain
Hoya flower cluster
Jasmine flower and buds
Clementines coming along
Baby lemon fruit
Lemon flower buds
A fungus that has destroyed banana plantations in Asia is now in Latin America. The disease moves slowly, but there’s no cure, and it could mean calamity for the continent’s banana industry. (Image credit: Jan Sochor/LatinContent via Getty Images)
via Devastating Banana Fungus Arrives In Colombia, Threatening The Fruit’s Future — News : NPR
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