Asian Sago Scale





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Published on Sep 27, 2012

Asian Scale is Killing King and Queen Sagos

Dr. Doug Caldwell from the University of Florida in Collier County shows you how to identify this aggressive Asian sago scale (Aulacaspsis yasumatsui) and explains what steps to take in treating sagos that are under attack.

Queen and king sago (Cycas circinalis and Cycas revoluta).

He is joined by Debbie Gogan, a Certified Pest Control Operator in Naples, that has had some success in controlling this insect pest. Video Includes some impressive close-ups.

Film produced by two Collier County Master Gardeners

For more detailed information go to this document written by:

Catharine Mannion, UF/IFAS, TREC Homestead
Adrian Hunsberger, UF/IFAS, Miami-Dade Extension
Kim Gabel, UF/IFAS, Monroe Extension
Eileen Buss, UF/IFAS, Entomology Dept., Gainesville
Lyle Buss, UF/IFAS, Entomology Dept., Gainesville


And further information from Dr. Caldwell:

Disclaimer: The use of trade names in this video is solely for the purpose of providing specific information. UF/IFAS does not guarantee or warranty the products named, and references to them in this video does not signify our approval to the exclusion of other products of suitable composition.

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