How to Manage Pests


Emerging Pest in California

Lewis mite

Year-Round IPM Program

Tells you what you should be doing throughout the year in an overall IPM program. Includes Year-Round IPM Program Annual Checklist.    video presentation Using a year-round IPM program | Forms and supplemental pages

Year-Round IPM Program for Strawberry (5/10)

UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines

University of California's official guidelines for pest monitoring techniques, pesticides, and nonpesticide alternatives for managing pests in agriculture, floriculture, and commercial turf. More

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Insects and Mites


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**About This Publication —The Spanish translation of this publication is identical to the June 2005 English version of the UC IPM Pest Management Guideline for Strawberry except that all references to specific pesticides and the accompanying treatment tables have not been included. Pesticide registrations change frequently and we do not have the resources to regularly update this document. The English version with updated information on specific pesticides including the use of drip fumigation is available here or at your local University of California Cooperative Extension County office.

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