The-ZonePusher Posted October 22, 2010 Report Share Posted October 22, 2010 If it does start getting into a major problem this is what I would try. I would pull up all palms within a 2-4 mile zone ( black lines= palm free zone ) that would suround the infected zone ( the red line ) as well as a few miles farther of the furthest known infestations ( orange squares ). This I would hope would be a like a fire break. Then back in the the infected zone set up traps and use insecticide. Heres a very quick graphic representation: Its not the greatest, and isn't very detailed or accurate;but gives you the idea of what I am talking about. What do you all think? I think some problems here lie within time, money and people to help? Also the insecticide might not be allowed? California's Central Valley: USDA z9b- Whats the fun in growing what is easy to grow? Wheres the challenge! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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