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Winter Pest Prevention in the Home

House mice prefer grains but will consume many different foods. (Credit: R Marsh)

It's often easier to prevent pests before they become a problem than to try and get rid of them...

Posted on Sunday, January 19, 2020 at 12:00 PM
Tags: cockroaches (8), household (6), indoor pests (3), mice (7), pantry (5), pest (82), pest management (31), prevention (8), rats (10), termites (8), tree squirrel (6), UC IPM (217)

Rats and Mice: How to Manage Using Snap Traps

Roof rat on a kitchen sink. (Credit: N Quinn)

Trapping is the safest and most effective method for controlling rats and mice in and around homes,...

Posted on Wednesday, January 15, 2020 at 3:00 PM
Tags: house mouse (3), management (34), mice (7), Niamh Quinn (4), pest management (31), Quinn (12), rats (10), rodent (6), rodents (6), trapping (4), traps (7), UC IPM (217)

Top Ten Pest Notes of 2019

Foliage damaged by leaf curl. (Credit: Jack Kelly Clark)

At some point, all of us encounter a pest in our home, garden, or landscape. But you're not alone!...

Posted on Sunday, January 12, 2020 at 8:00 AM
Tags: aphids (9), carpet beetles (2), control (45), fungus gnats (2), ground squirrels (1), management (34), mealybugs (4), opossum (2), peach leaf curl (6), pest management (31), pest notes (72), scales (3), thrips (4), UC IPM (217), whiteflies (5)

Cockroaches! Updated Pest Notes

Female German cockroach with ootheca. (Credit: DH Choe)

Cockroaches, or roaches, are probably some of the least welcome insects people encounter in their...

Posted on Wednesday, January 8, 2020 at 2:00 PM
Tags: building (3), cockroaches (8), control (45), Dong-Hwan Choe (2), indoor pests (3), insects (14), management (34), Michael Rust (1), Pest Notes (72), pests (58), structural (2), Sutherland (10), UC IPM (217)

HLB Detections in Corona Expand Quarantine in Portions Of Riverside, Orange And San Bernardino Counties

This blotchy yellowing of citrus tree leaves is an early sign of Huanglongbing and will worsen as the disease develops in the tree. (Photo courtesy of CitrusInsider.org)

The California Department of Food and Agriculture has declared a quarantine following the detection...

Posted on Friday, December 20, 2019 at 4:07 PM
Tags: acp (30), Asian citrus psyllid (30), citrus (18), disease (36), HLB (26), huanglongbing (35), insect (8), invasive (31), pest (82), quarantine (10), UC IPM (217)

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