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2011 Highlights: UC IPM Annual Report

Pesticide risk
Pesticide risk

Pesticide risk information added to Pest Notes

Readers can now easily compare potential hazards of pesticides mentioned in 25 of the most-viewed Pest Notes for homes and landscapes. Tables present the potential for each active ingredient to harm aquatic wildlife, beneficial organisms, honey bees, and people and other mammals.

The tables link from a Compare Risks button included in each Pest Note where the feature has been activated. Values are shown as colored bars or symbols. Each active ingredient links to description of other characteristics as well as tips for applying it safely and effectively.

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