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Landscape Pest Identification Cards

Landscape IDA handy new pest management tool designed specifically to help professionals and home gardeners identify and solve their pest problems. Everyone in landscape plant care and pest management will want a set of these handy cards.

These attractive and durable, laminated cards feature 211 high-quality, full-color photographs and cover 80 common insects and mites, 40 diseases, 20 beneficial insects, and a variety of other disorders and invertebrate pests. Includes everything from aphids and whiteflies to glassy-winged sharpshooter and sudden oak death, all of which have an impact on California landscapes.

Carry these pocket-sized laminated cards in the field as handy references for identifying and monitoring major diseases and pest insects and mites and their natural enemies in California landscapes. Each pest and beneficial is identified by a description and close-up color photographs of their damage and important life stages.

These 46 double-sided cards will help landscape plant managers identify pest problems, distinguish good bugs from bad, and apply appropriate least-toxic management techniques. References are provided to relevant UC IPM Pest Notes and other printed and online publications available on the UC IPM Web site and the ANR Catalog Web site.

Publication 3513 – Published 2009
46 cards – ISBN 13: 978-1-60107-613-7


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