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The Truth About Turkeys

A flock of wild turkeys in a residential neighborhood.<br>(Credit: K Windbiel-Rojas)

It has been rumored that Ben Franklin proposed the turkey as the national bird and symbol of...

Posted on Monday, November 25, 2019 at 4:55 PM
Focus Area Tags: Pest Management Yard & Garden

Wood Decay Fungi in Landscape Trees

A conk, the fruiting body of the fungus <i>Phellinus ignarius</i> on black walnut. (Credit: AJ Downer, UCCE Ventura County)

Landscape trees provide welcome shade, fruit, homes for wildlife, and even a place for kids to...

Posted on Friday, August 23, 2019 at 9:56 AM
Tags: control (41), decay (1), disease (34), Downer (1), fungi (5), IPM (58), landscape (33), management (30), Pest Notes (67), pests (57), tree care (2), UC IPM (207)

Rose Care and Weed Control

Roses

Many gardeners and landscapers enjoy growing and caring for roses. Through careful selection of...

Roses
Roses

Roses

Posted on Thursday, August 15, 2019 at 10:59 PM
Tags: care (2), control (41), cultivar (1), cultural (1), garden (30), herbicides (3), Karlik (2), landscape (33), Pest Notes (67), pests (57), roses (3), UC IPM (207), weeds (22)
Focus Area Tags: Pest Management Yard & Garden

Keep Your Palm Trees Disease-free

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Palm trees are commonly seen in California, making some think about the tree-lined streets of...

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Posted on Thursday, August 15, 2019 at 4:48 PM
Tags: control (41), disease (34), Hodel (4), IPM (58), kill (1), landscape (33), management (30), palm (2), Pest Notes (67), pests (57), tree (17), UC IPM (207), wilt (1)
Focus Area Tags: Pest Management Yard & Garden

Bees on the Baseball Field

Sign for fans. (Photographer unknown)

It's not often that we get to mix baseball and pests in our blog, but today we learned that the San...

Honey bees are beneficial pollinators. (Credit: Jack Kelly Clark)
Honey bees are beneficial pollinators. (Credit: Jack Kelly Clark)

Honey bees are beneficial pollinators. (Credit: Jack Kelly Clark)

Posted on Monday, May 6, 2019 at 9:48 PM
Tags: bees (4), Cincinnati (1), control (41), delay (1), Giants (1), MLB (1), pesticides (27), Reds (1), swarm (1), UC IPM (207)

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