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Biological Control and Natural Enemies: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Biological control is the beneficial action of predators, parasites, pathogens, and competitors in controlling pests and their damage. Learn to identify many of these remarkable natural helpers and encourage their useful work.

Publication Number:: 74140
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Budding, Grafting, and Planting Walnut Trees in the Field
Learn techniques from a master as Nurseryman Alex Suchan offers a wealth of information for novices and experienced propagators, alike in this streaming video.

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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.

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California Master Gardener Handbook - 2nd Ed EBook
Our definitive guide to gardening in California - now in EPUB format for use on iOS and other compatible devices.

Publication Number:: 9027
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California Master Gardener Handbook - 2nd Ed Kindle
Our definitive guide to gardening in California - now in .MOBI format for use on Kindle and other compatible devices.

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California Master Gardener Handbook e-book bundle
Save when you buy the California Master Gardener Handbook bundled with the EPUB version for iOS and compatible devices.

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California Master Gardener Handbook Kindle Bundle
Save when you buy the California Master Gardener Handbook bundled with the MOBI version for Kindle and compatible devices.

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California Master Gardener Handbook--2nd Ed
Our definitive guide to gardening in California has been completely revised and updated. Our bestselling guide is now better than ever with color photos throughout and still weighing in at over 700 pages.

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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.

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Drought Tips: 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.

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Familia sana, familia feliz
Todos los padres quieren lo mejor para sus hijos, pero no siempre es facil. Familia sana, familia feliz brinda informacion acerca del desarrollo de los ninos y sugerencias para criar hijos sanos y felices.

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Lizards: Pest Notes for Home and Garden
Although some lizards eat plants, most feed on insects. Lizards cause no measurable damage to plants in gardens and should be left alone.

Publication Number:: 74120
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Managing Roof Rats and Deer Mice in Nut and Fruit Orchards

Rats, deer mice, and other vertebrate pests cause billions of dollars' worth of damage to fruit and nut crops every year. Learn to recognize signs of rodent damage and how to protect your trees and your crop.


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Perennial Pepperweed: Pest Notes for Home and Garden
Perennial pepperweed is invasive throughout the western United States, it has many common names including tall whitetop, perennial peppercress, ironweed, perennial peppergrass, and broad-leaved pepperweed.

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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.

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Rattlesnakes: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
The rattlesnake is California’s only native venomous snake. Six species are found in various areas of the state. These snakes are an important part of the ecosystem, feeding on rodents, birds, and other small animals.

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Strawberry: 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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Using Wetlands to Remove Microbial Pollutants from Farm Discharge Water
Besides growing crops, a farmer is an active steward of the natural resources that support those crops. Just a few acres of wetlands on the farm can easily filter ag water for many harmful microbes introduced through livestock- or crop-related use.

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