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Exotic Palm Weevil Symposia


South American Palm Weevil

 

Exotic Palm Weevil Symposia 

This meeting was held in Bonita California on October 26, 2016. Below are the key presentations from the event. The meeting was sponsored and made possible from the following organizations:

Sponsors

 

 

Don HodelImportance of Palms in Southern California, Basic Biology and Common Diseases/Disorders

Donald Hodel, Environmental Horticulturist
University of California 

drhodel@ucanr.edu
Presentation Handout: The South American Palm Weevil

 

 

 

Mark HoddleSouth American Palm Weevil Invasion in Southern California

Mark Hoddle, Director for the Center for Invasive Species Research
University of California, Riverside

mark.hoddle@ucr.edu
Report Infested Palms Here
Powerpoint Presentation 

 

 

John KabashimaOverview of Palm Weevil in Laguna Beach

John Kabashima, UC Cooperative Extension,
Emeritus

PowerPoint Presentation 
Presentation Handout: The palm weevil is eradicated from Laguna Beach
jnkabashima@ucanr.edu

 

 

Jason LeathersTrapping the South American Palm Weevil

Jason Leathers, Agricultural Plant Science, Food Science, Horticulture
California Department of Food and Agriculture 

jason.leathers@cdfa.ca.gov

PowerPoint Presentation 

 

 

Nick CondosResponse Options for the South American Palm Weevil

Nick Condos, Director of the Plant Protection and Plant Health 
California Department of Food and Agriculture 

nick.condos@cdfa.ca.gov

Powerpoint Presentation

Andrew Zimmern’s article in Delta Sky Magazine where he laments the fact that the red palm weevil is not established in North America. 

 

 

David PegosOutreach for the South American Palm Weevil

David Pegos, Special Assistant
California Department of Food and Agriculture 

david.pegos@cdfa.ca.gov

 

 

 

Mark HoddleSweetwater Park Tour

Mark Hoddle, Director for the Center for Invasive Species Research
University of California, Riverside

mark.hoddle@ucr.edu
Report Infested Palms Here

 

 


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