Do you have citrus gall wasp?

Published on Monday, 17 June 2019 at 9:30:04 AM

Citrus gall wasp (Bruchophagus fellis) is a pest of citrus and a threat to the citrus industry in Western Australia. It damages citrus by producing galls that can weaken trees, making them unproductive.
Heavy infestations can reduce crop yield and cause branch dieback. Home gardeners are encouraged to act now to stop the spread of this pest.

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