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Artichoke: UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines for Agriculture
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:: 3434
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Avocado: 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:: 3436
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Bay Area Ranching Heritage: A Continuing Legacy
Part of the Understanding Working Rangelands series. Livestock grazing has been practiced in California for more than 200 years, and it continues to benefit local communities today, not least by helping keep open space available for recreation use.

Publication Number:: 8528
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California Bee-Friendly Garden Recipes
Honey bees and their wild cousins are having hard times lately. See how you can help them all out by making your garden more bee-friendly, whether you have a cottage garden or vegetable garden, or even a drought-tolerant native plant garden.

Publication Number:: 8518
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California Bees and Blooms
In this absorbing guidebook, bee and botany experts from UC Berkeley’s Urban Bee Lab introduce us to the undomesticated bees that populate and pollinate our gardens, fields, and urban green spaces.

Publication Number:: 3546
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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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Cattle, Sheep, Goats, and Horses: What's the Difference for Working Rangelands?
Part of the Understanding Working Rangelands series. Range livestock species differ in size, weight, behavior, and feeding preferences. Learn how these factors can influence their suitability for grazing on a particular area of multi-use rangeland.

Publication Number:: 8524
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Controlling Offsite Movement of Agricultural Chemical Residues: Tomatoes
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.

Publication Number:: 8457
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Cows Need Water, Too: Water Sources, Wetlands, and Riparian Areas
Part of the Understanding Working Rangelands series. All creatures need access to water. One good way to water range livestock is to use natural water sources on the grazing site. Learn how to provide animal access and still protect the water resource.

Publication Number:: 8525
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Drought Management for California Almonds
Almond trees have a great tolerance to drought conditions. Of course, that only covers tree survival. It's different for the nut crop, which may fall very low when available water is in short supply. Learn to make the best of what water IS available.

Publication Number:: 8515
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Drought Tip: Drought Strategies for Alfalfa
Drought conditions require a whole new approach to crop production, and that includes alfalfa. Learn how to keep alfalfa crop losses to a minimum under a limited-water regime.

Publication Number:: 8522
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Drought Tip: Use of Shallow Groundwater for Crop Production
In drought times, it can't be "irrigation as usual." Depending on your crop and soil structure, shallow groundwater (any water within the first 6 feet or so of soil depth) can make a significant contribution to crop production and farm survival.

Publication Number:: 8521
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Flies: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Of the thousands of species of flies, only a few are common pests in and around the home. These pests breed in animal wastes and decaying organic material from which they can pick up bacteria and viruses that may cause human diseases.

Publication Number:: 7457
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Landscape Pest Identification Cards - EPUB
Based on the bestselling Pests of Landscape Trees and Shrubs; now in EPUB format for iOS and compatible devices.

Publication Number:: 9015
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Pistachio: 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:: 3461
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Rice Irrigation Systems for Tailwater Management—Second Edition
State law requires that rice growers impound pesticide-treated irrigation water until the pesticides have broken down into nontoxic chemicals. This book compares three alternatives for recirculating or retaining water.

Publication Number:: 21490E
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Sharing Open Space: What to Expect from Grazing Livestock
Part of the Understanding Working Rangelands series. This is a basic guide on what to do if you encounter grazing livestock while hiking, with tips on cattle's flight zone, high-head body language, and how to keep dogs safe around livestock.

Publication Number:: 8516
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Skunks: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
There is cause for concern when skunks take up residence in an urban or suburban area because in California they are primary carriers of rabies.

Publication Number:: 74118
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The Benefits of Grazing—Livestock Grazing: A Conservation Tool
Grazing livestock do a lot more than just fill their bellies with wild grasses. Their grazing also helps keep potential wildfire fuels in check and enhances habitat opportunities for native plants, birds, frogs, salamanders, and more. Read all about it!

Publication Number:: 8517
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Weed Pest Identification and Monioring Cards- MOBI
Based on the bestselling Weeds of California and Other Western States; now in MOBI format for Kindle and compatible devices.


Publication Number:: 9017
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Wild Pigs: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Wild pigs are not native to California, but they have been here since the time of early European settlers. They are smart, plentiful, and tough to control, and the damage they cause costs agriculture upwards of $1.5 billion per year.

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