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2007 Annual Report

UC Statewide IPM Program
HIGHLIGHTS

What's new on our Web site

For the newest advances on how to manage pests in your home and garden, or on the farm, visit the UC IPM Web site. Pages are updated throughout the year and in 2007 included:

  • Five new Quick Tips cards on gophers, ground squirrel, house mouse, psyllids, and garden chemicals and water quality.

  • Eleven new and 10 revised Pest Notes including coyote, avocado lace bug, citrus leafminer, sixspotted mite on plumeria, springtails, biological control, invasive plants, and woody weeds.

  • Three quick turnaround publications related to new exotic pests:  Light brown apple moth in California, Cucurbit yellow stunting disorder  (information was also added to the Cucurbits Pest Management Guideline, and  Tomato yellow leaf curl virus (Information was also added to the Tomato Pest Management Guideline.)

  • New information on flowers in the home and garden section. The information includes more than 30 species of annual and perennial flowers commonly planted in garden beds with specific pest problems and management solutions for each. The section adds hundreds of new pests and photos to the database for home gardeners and landscape professionals.

  • Seventeen revised Pest Management Guidelines, including a Spanish version of strawberries; eight new entries to the Natural Enemies Gallery; and five new entries to the Weed Photo Gallery.

Other new Web features are:

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