Tomato Psyllids - do you have them (and not know it)?
The tomato/potato psyllids are definitely back with a vengeance here in the SF Bay Area. This afternoon, I killed 4 or 5 adults, and had to pull and destroy several leaves that were covered in the telltale eggs. At this point, I'm sure I can't be the only one in the Bay Area to have them, although last year, I felt like I was the only one around here that'd ever even seen the bastardly things. The adults are quite small, and the eggs are minuscule, so it's understandable that people wouldn't necessarily be able to spot them without very close inspection and really good eyes, or without a magnifying glass.
I've asked in the tomato forum, and nobody seemed to have an answer, so I'm posing this question to the greater GW population: Have you seen encountered tomato/potato psyllids, and what has been your most effective form of control?
I have two bottles of spinosad concentrate at the ready, and that seems to be the most widely recommended organic control, but first hand knowledge can sometimes be more valuable than anything else.
For those of you in the Bay Area, especially in the South Bay, I encourage you to go out and really inspect your tomato foliage. If need be, bring out a magnifying glass and get in close. See if you spot any yellow/orange eggs on the perimeters of your leaves, standing up on tiny, almost imperceptible stalks. They're smaller than lacewing eggs, which also similarly stand up on stalks. If you have them, be prepared for a fight. These guys don't like to go down without taking your plants with 'em. >:(