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Almond: 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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Boxelder Bug: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
The western boxelder bug (Boisea rubrolineata) is often a nuisance pest. They do not cause significant damage to landscape plants, and management need only be directed at keeping them out of homes, where they may become a nuisance.

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Brown Marmorated Stink Bug: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Brown Marmorated Stink Bug (BMSB) is a nonnative pest introduced from Asia, possibly as early as the mid-1990s. Its feeding causes economic damage to a variety of fruits, nuts and ornamentals. Learn how to identify, manage, and control this insect pest.

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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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Carpenter Bees: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Carpenter bees build nests in wood, creating galleries that can weaken structures; however, they rarely cause severe damage. People may be frightened by carpenter bees because of their large size, their similarity to bumble bees, and their annoying noise.

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Citrus: 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:: 3441
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Drywood Termites: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
The western drywood termite is most prevalent in southern California and the Central Valley but also can be found along the coast, in bay areas south of San Francisco, and in the southern California desert.

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Elm Leaf Beetle: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Elm leaf beetle, Xanthogaleruca (=Pyrrhalta) luteola, is one of the most important insects damaging urban forests in the United States and is the major pest of elm trees in California.

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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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Hackberry Woolly Aphid: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Hackberry woolly aphid, sometimes called Asian woolly hackberry aphid (Shivaphis celti), infests hackberry, especially Chinese hackberry (Celtis sinensis), throughout the state.

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Lawn Insects: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Insects are not a common cause of residential lawn damage in California, but certain species occasionally damage or kill turfgrass. Insect feeding can cause grass to turn yellow or brown, or die, especially if the grass is already stressed.

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Leaffooted Bug: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Leaffooted bugs feed on fruits, vegetables, and ornamental plants. The adult bug is 3/4 to 1 inch long and has flattened areas on its back legs that look something like small leaves. This free publication will help you recognize and manage this pest.

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Lima Bean Production in California
Lima beans make up a significant part of California's dry bean production. They require few pesticides and because they fix nitrogen many farmers use them as a rotation crop. This publication is a thorough treatment of lima bean production and marketing.

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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.

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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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Niche Beef Production
As a new or established beef producer, how can you reach developing markets for antibiotic-free, grassfed, or other animal-care-specific meats? Is it worth the cost—to you or to consumers? This publication can help you find the path that's right for you.

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Olive: 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:: 3452
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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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Pre-Harvest Food Safety in 4-H Animal Science Complete (Parts 1 through 4)
Pre-harvest food safety is all about protecting our food supply from pathogens, parasites, and other harmful agents. This 4-part curriculum is the leader's guide for a 4-H project on principles and methods that youth can apply in food-animal projects.

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Pre-Harvest Food Safety in 4-H Animal Science Curriculum — Part 1
Assessing Critical Control Points Associated with Disease Transmission is part 1 of a 4-part curriculum introducing 4-H youth to pre-harvest food safety principles and methods to use in their livestock and poultry projects and in later life.

Publication Number:: 8508
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Pre-Harvest Food Safety in 4-H Animal Science Curriculum — Part 2

Food-Producing Animal Selection and Pre-Harvest Food Safety Considerations is part 2 of a 4-part curriculum introducing 4-H youth to pre-harvest food safety principles and methods to use in their livestock and poultry projects and in later life.


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Pre-Harvest Food Safety in 4-H Animal Science Curriculum — Part 3

Raising and Protecting a Healthy Animal is part 3 of a 4-part curriculum introducing 4-H youth to pre-harvest food safety principles and methods to use in their livestock and poultry projects and in later life.


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Pre-Harvest Food Safety in 4-H Animal Science Curriculum — Part 4

Decision-Making and Owner Responsibilities is part 4 of a 4-part curriculum introducing 4-H youth to pre-harvest food safety principles and methods to use in their livestock and poultry projects and in later life.


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Raccoons: Pest Notes for the Home and Landscape
Raccoons are omnivorous, eating both plants and animals. In urban settings, in addition to feeding on backyard fruits, nuts, and vegetables, they scavenge from garbage cans, compost piles, and pet food left outside overnight.

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