Integrated Pest Management · Agriculture and Natural Resources
University of California
2014 highlights: UC IPM annual report
Here are the highlights of the UC IPM program achievements and events for calendar year 2014.
The University of California Statewide IPM Program, part of UC Agriculture and Natural Resources, was established in 1979 to develop and promote the use of integrated, ecologically sound pest management programs.
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- Read the expanded version of our program's 2014 activities and accomplishments.
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About UC IPM
- Letter from the Director
- Joyce Strand Retires
- Mary Louise Flint Retires
- Honors and Awards
- New Staff
- New Advisors
- Update from the Western IPM Center
UC IPM in Action
- UC and Industry Work with DPR to Clarify the Agricultural Use of Chlorpyrifos
- What Do Urban Farmers Need?
- Loaner Collections Enhance Outreach
- Revisiting IPM for Sweetpotato Whitefly Prevents Sticky Cotton
- Black-Colored Traps Capture the Most Bagrada Bugs
- Developing More Options for Vole Control in Artichokes
- Management of Destructive Crucifer Pest
- New School and Child Care IPM Course
- Protecting Strawberry Fruit with Microbial and Botanical Pesticides
- Advisors Team Up Against Exotic Pests
- New pesticide safety training regulations