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2011 Highlights: UC IPM Annual Report

Lettuce harvest.
Rows of lettuce plants in a field. Photo by R. F. Smith.

Agricultural Pest Management Guidelines updated

New seasonal IPM programs for corn, cucurbits, lettuce, and peppers are available to help growers manage pests “year-round.” Using USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service funding, UC IPM program representatives Jodi Azulai and Kim Osienski worked with UC authors to develop the year-round IPM programs based on the UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines online series, which is available for 44 crops.

Coordinator Tunyalee Martin updated eight pest management guideline crops as authors submitted new information about specific pests or management methods.

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