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Posts Tagged: parasitic plant

Underneath the Mistletoe

Foliage and fruit of broadleaf mistletoe.<br>(Credit: Jack Kelly Clark)

Mistletoe is a familiar sight of the season, often found wrapped in ribbon and hung for certain...

Posted on Sunday, December 15, 2019 at 3:00 PM
Tags: control (52), holiday (2), ipm (62), landscape (42), mistletoe (3), parasitic plant (3), pest (91), Pest Notes (78), plants (11), trees (13), UC IPM (240), winter (8)

Invasive Spotlight: Japanese Dodder

Spaghettilike stems of Japanese dodder growing on a tree. (Credit: Vince Guise)

When people think of parasites, often what comes to mind are blood-sucking insects like bed bugs,...

Posted on Wednesday, June 6, 2018 at 10:00 PM
Tags: California (31), dodder (1), invasive (35), Japanese (3), mistletoe (3), parasitic plant (3), pest management (44), Pest Notes (78), UC IPM (240)
Focus Area Tags: Pest Management Yard & Garden

Mistletoe

Mature broadleaf mistletoe plant. (Photo: Jack Kelly Clark)

Mistletoe hung in doorways is a traditional holiday decoration, but when it's growing on trees in...

Dwarf mistletoe stems and seeds on a pine branch. (Photo: Jack Kelly Clark)
Dwarf mistletoe stems and seeds on a pine branch. (Photo: Jack Kelly Clark)

Dwarf mistletoe stems and seeds on a pine branch. (Photo: Jack Kelly Clark)

Posted on Thursday, December 21, 2017 at 2:57 PM
Tags: broadleaf (1), dwarf (1), holiday (2), mistletoe (3), parasitic plant (3), trees (13), UC IPM (240)
 
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