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2009 Annual Report

UC Statewide IPM Program
HIGHLIGHTS

UC Extension IPM Demonstration Grants Program 2008-2009

Following are funded projects:

On-site disposal of invasive plant materials

  • Carl Bell, UCCE, San Diego County
  • James Stapleton, UC IPM/UCCE, Central Valley

Homeowner integrated management of bark beetle and mistletoe in Merced and Mariposa counties

  • Maxwell Norton, UCCE, Mariposa County
  • David Doll, UCCE, Merced County

Bilingual urban IPM training for childcare providers and parents in Contra Costa County

  • Shelley Murdock, UCCE, Contra Costa County

Determining and demonstrating effective trapping strategies for gophers to promote trapping as part of an IPM approach

  • Roger A. Baldwin, UC IPM/UCCE, Central Valley

Sustainable practices to manage root knot nematodes in tomato

  • Antoon Ploeg, UC Riverside

New residential IPM approaches to manage codling moth

  • Daniel B. Marcum, UCCE Shasta and Lassen counties
  • Carolyn Pickel, UC IPM/UCCE, Sutter-Yuba counties
  • Alan Knight, USDA–ARS

Contact

Joyce Strand, Associate Director of Communications, UC Statewide IPM Program
(530) 752-8350

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