About UC IPM

UC IPM Extension Staff

IPM Advisor Cheryl Wilen monitoring giant whiteflies on Hibiscus.

IPM Advisor Cheryl Wilen monitoring giant whiteflies on ibiscus.

Disseminating research-based pest management information is the primary function of the UC IPM Program.

Cooperative Extension staff, including CE specialists, IPM advisors, and affiliated CE advisors and specialists, play a critical role in developing, demonstrating, and adapting IPM techniques for various regions in California.

Advisors are located in key agricultural and urban areas and deliver IPM information to other Cooperative Extension advisors and specialists, growers, and pest control professionals.

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