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Tampa Bay’s palm trees are being devastated by a tiny insect called a planthopper (Anrthropoda cixiidae). The flying insect carries a parasite called Phytoplasma that can cause diseases not only in palms trees but also grapevines, sugar beets, and lilies. And thus far there seems to be no stopping the little buggers. There is no...

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The  Formosan and Asian subterranean termites have taken up residence in many of South Florida’s older living trees. Although they haven’t yet made their way en mass into trees in Pascoe County, Hillsborough County, or North Tampa area, these insatiable creatures are rapidly expanding their range in Florida.  Many arborists are expressing concern for wind-resistant...

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Small backyard orchards have grown in popularity over the past few decades. And Tampa Bay has the ideal climate for a number of delectable citrus fruits such as oranges, lemons, limes, and grapefruit, as well as mangoes, papaya, Florida avocados, bananas, figs, guava, jackfruit, Japanese persimmons, loquats, lychee, peaches, blueberries, mulberries, and even some strains...

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