Citrus trees are a popular choice for home landscaping due to their beauty and fruit production. However, they are also susceptible to infestation by the Asian citrus psyllid (ACP). This tiny insect feeds on the sap of citrus trees, causing leaves to yellow and drop off. In severe cases, ACP infestation can kill a tree. Fortunately, there are several things that homeowners can do to prevent or control an infestation. First, it is important to inspect citrus trees regularly for signs of ACP activity. Second, remove any ACP-infested leaves or branches from the tree. Finally, keep trees well-watered and fertilized to help them recover from an infestation. By following these simple steps, homeowners can enjoy their citrus trees for years to come.