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Fall 2014 New Publications

Compiled by Steve Tjosvold

New Publications from UC Agriculture and Natural Resources

Guide and Video for Field Identification of Light Brown Apple Moth in California Nurseries  

A new publication and video from UC IPM is geared to assist field inspectors and nursery scouts who need to identify suspect light brown apple moth larvae in the field.   The field guide can be downloaded as a pdf document on the UC IPM website.  A narrated 13-minute video can be streamed from UC IPM for training purposes. This project, involving author contributions from UC Cooperative Extension, California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA) and Colorado State University, was supported in part by a CDFA Specialty Crop Block Grant.

Authors: S. A. Tjosvold, N. B. Murray, M. Epstein, O. Sage, T. Gilligan

PDF and video: (under “Emerging Pests in California” and “Light Brown Apple Moth”)  http://www.ipm.ucdavis.edu/PMG/selectnewpest.floriculture.html

Printed guides:  contact Steve Tjosvold at satjosvold@ucdavis.edu for availability 

 

Lace Bugs: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape

This updated Pest Note describes identification, damage symptoms, biology and management of lacebugs.Over a dozen species of lace bugs (family Tingidae) occur in California. Many of the plant hosts — including alder, ash, avocado, azalea, coyote bush, birch, ceanothus, fruit trees, photinia, poplar, sycamore, toyon, walnut and willow — are produced in nurseries.

Author: S. H. Dreistadt, E. J. Perry
Publication Number: 7428 

http://www.ipm.ucdavis.edu/PDF/PESTNOTES/pnlacebugs.pdf

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