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Alfalfa: UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines
Download a free copy of these UC-approved guidelines for pest monitoring techniques, pesticide use, and nonpesticide alternatives for agricultural crops -- essential tools for anyone making pest management decisions in the field.

Publication Number:: 3430
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Aphids: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Aphids are small, soft-bodied insects with long, slender mouth parts that they use to pierce stems, leaves, and other tender plant parts and suck out plant fluids. Small numbers are usually not damaging, but large populations can cause problems.

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Asian Citrus Psyllid & Huanglongbing Disease: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
About the size of an aphid, Asian citrus psyllid (ACP) can carry Huanglongbing (HLB) disease, which poses a serious threat to citrus trees grown in California's home gardens and farms. Learn to identify and manage this pest and the disease it carries.

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Asparagus: UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines
Download a free copy of these UC-approved guidelines for pest monitoring techniques, pesticide use, and nonpesticide alternatives -- essential tools for anyone making pest management decisions in the field.

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Avocado: UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines
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Avocado: UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines-Print
Purchase a copy of these UC-approved guidelines for pest monitoring techniques, pesticide use, and nonpesticide alternatives for agricultural crops -- essential tools for anyone making pest management decisions in the field.

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Bagrada Bug: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Bragrada bug, a stink bug native to Africa, is now found in Southern California where it attacks vegetables and mustards as well as sweet alyssum and other ornamentals. It is especially hard on mustard seedlings. Learn to recognize and manage this pest.

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Bed Bugs: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Bed bug infestations have undergone a resurgence and can be found even in the finest hotel and living accommodations. Learn prevention methods and what to do if you bring this unwelcome guest home in your luggage.

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Blueberry: UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines
Download a free copy of these UC-approved guidelines for pest monitoring techniques, pesticide use, and nonpesticide alternatives for agricultural crops — essential tools for anyone making pest management decisions in the field.

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Blueberry: UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines-Print
Purchase a copy of these UC-approved guidelines for pest monitoring techniques, pesticide use, and nonpesticide alternatives for agricultural crops — essential tools for anyone making pest management decisions in the field.

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Caneberries: UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines
Download a free copy of these UC-approved guidelines for pest monitoring techniques, pesticide use, and nonpesticide alternatives -- essential tools for anyone making pest management decisions in the field.

Publication Number:: 3437
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Cherry: UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines
Purchase or download a free copy of these UC-approved guidelines for pest monitoring techniques, pesticide use, and nonpesticide alternatives -- essential tools for anyone making pest management decisions in the field.

Publication Number:: 3440
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Citrus: UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines
Purchase or download a free copy of these UC-approved guidelines for pest monitoring techniques, pesticide use, and nonpesticide alternatives -- essential tools for anyone making pest management decisions in the field.

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Clearwing Moths: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
The larvae of several species of clearwing moths are important wood-boring pests in landscapes. Hosts include alder, ash, birch, fir, oak, pine, poplar, sycamore, willow, and stone fruit trees such as apricot, cherry, peach, and plum.

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Clothes Moths: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
The webbing clothes moth and the casemaking clothes moth are occasional fabric pests in California. They tend to hide when disturbed, and for this reason, infestations are not usually noticed until the damaged articles are found.

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Community Gardens
A community garden is a great place to grow nutritious food, fresh flowers, and even a more vibrant and sharing community! This publication tells about all sorts of community gardens and shows you how you can set one up in your own neighborhood.

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Conenose Bugs: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Conenose bugs are members of the family Reduviidae, commonly called assassin bugs. Most members of this family are predators of other insects, but the conenose, also called kissing bugs, are bloodsucking parasites of a wide variety of animals and humans.

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Controlling Offsite Movement of Agricultural Chemical Residues: Winegrapes
Pesticides can be a boon to farms, but residues that reach ground or surface waters threaten wildlife, water quality, and human health. This publication shows how to rate your farm's potential for harm and act to keep these chemicals under control.

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Cotton: UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines
Purchase or download a free copy of these UC-approved guidelines for pest monitoring techniques, pesticide use, and nonpesticide alternatives -- essential tools for anyone making pest management decisions in the field.

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Cover Cropping and Conservation Tillage in California Processing Tomatoes
By using cover cropping and conservation tillage, processing tomato growers can reduce their costs and improve their soil at the same time, while still producing an economical crop.

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Cucurbits: UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines
Purchase or download a free copy of these UC-approved guidelines for pest monitoring techniques, pesticide use, and nonpesticide alternatives -- essential tools for anyone making pest management decisions in the field.

Publication Number:: 3445
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Eye Gnats: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
More an annoyance than anything else, eye gnats feed where they can find moisture on humans and animals: generally at eyes, mouth, nostrils, and open wounds. Learn an integrated approach to controlling these tiny pests.

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Floriculture and Ornamental Nurseries: UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines
Purchase or download a free copy of these UC-approved guidelines for pest monitoring techniques, pesticide use, and nonpesticide alternatives -- essential tools for anyone making pest management decisions in the field.

Publication Number:: 3392
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Fruit and Nut Tree Pruning Guidelines for Arborists
An arborist's focus is on landscape trees, but fruit and nut trees in the landscape garden require different pruning methods. This quick guide shows the best ways to prune fruit and nut trees for good health, appearance, and crop.

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