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Published by UCANR, 2016-02-02 19:02:47

UCANR Publication Catalog 2015

The University of California's Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources is the bridge between local issues and the power of UC Research. ANR's advisors, specialists and faculty bring practical, science-based answers to Californians. ANR works hand in hand with industry to enhance agricultural markets, help the balance of trade, address environmental concerns, protect plant health, and provide farmers with scientifically tested production techniques and Californians with increased food safety.

This catalog showcases our main publications for 2015-2016. Go to anrcatalog.ucanr.edu to find our entire list of publications for sale!

Keywords: agriculture,farming,university of california,california,gardening,natural resources,child development,outdoors,rural,ag,california agriculture,university,garden,master gardener,bees,orchard,crops,grapes,wine,vineyard,small farm,nuts,almonds,pistachios,walnuts,fruit,berries,rice,vegetables,organic,organic gardening,organic farming,landscaping,pest management,garden pests,beekeeping,floriculture,weed,weeds,pesticides,training,crop advisor,farm advisor,nutrition,healthy,healthy lifestyle,trees,forest management,youth development,family,healthy families,organic vineyard,soil,avocado,citrus,oranges,pears,prunes,apples,olives,strawberries,grains,organic vegetable,farmstead,artisan cheese,cheese,agritourism,beef,cattle,sheep,goats,irrigation,dairy,groundwater,watershed,drought,postharvest,transport,transportation

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Table of Contents
NEW!
New Releases. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2-3 Grapes.................................... 4 Nut Crops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Fruit Crops . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6-7 Berries ................................... 8
Small Grains. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Vegetable Production. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Small Farms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Irrigation and Water . . . ................. Postharvest Technology ................. Garden and Landscape . ................. Landscape Professionals. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bees and Beekeeping . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Floriculture and Turfgrass. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Weeds................................... 21
Natural Resources . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pest Management Guidelines . . . IPM Manuals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Pesticide Use, & SafetyTraining . DPR and SPCB Exam Preparation Additional Study Materials . . . . . Pesticide Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Nutrition and Healthy Lifestyles . Healthy Families . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Youth Development . . . . . . . . . . . Word Search Fun . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ordering Information . . . . . . . . . . Free Pest Notes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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California Master Gardener Handbook
—Second Edition
Since first published in 2002, the
California Master Gardener Handbook
has been the definitive guide to best practices and advice for gardeners throughout the West. Now the much-anticipated Second Edition to the Handbook is here—completely redesigned, with updated tables, graphics, color photos throughout, and reorganization of information for better ease of use.
Whether you’re a beginner double digging your first bed or a University
of California Master Gardener, this handbook will be your go-to source
for the practical, science-based information you need to sustainably maintain your landscape and garden and become an effective problem solver.
Included is new information on invasive plants and principles of designing and maintaining landscapes for fire protection. Chapters cover soil, fertilizer, and water management, plant propagation, plant physiology; weeds and pests; home vegetable gardening; specific garden crops including grapes, berries temperate fruits and nuts, citrus, and avocados; woody landscape plants, and landscape design. 2015. 756 pp.
3382 ISBN 978-1-60107-857-5 $37.00 (Paperback)
Now available in e-book formats!
9027 ISBN 978-1-60107-784-4 $30.00 (EPUB edition)
9028 ISBN 978-1-60107-784-4 $30.00 (MOBI / Kindle edition)
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3382EB EPUB Bundle $50.00 3382KB MOBI/Kindle Bundle $50.00
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NEW!
Fruit and Nut Trees
Page 15
Citrus Production Manual Page 6
Fresh Market Caneberry Production Page 7
Grape Pest Management, Third Edition
Page 4
Healthy, Happy Families California Bees & Blooms Beekeepers Handbook
Container Nursery Production and Business Management Manual Page 20
Home Orchard: Growing Your Own Deciduous
Page 32 Page 19
Page 19
Developed especially for backyard orchardists, rare fruit growers, and small-scale growers. See full description on page 3.
2007. 202 pp.
3485 ISBN 978-1-87990-672-3 $25.00 (Paperback)
Now available in e-book formats!
9025 ISBN 978-1-60107-889-6 $20.00 (EPUB)
9026 ISBN 978-1-60107-889-6 $20.00 (MOBI/Kindle)
WHAT FILE FORMAT SHOULD I ORDER...EPUB OR MOBI?
EPUB format is for iOS and other devices that use .EPUB files. MOBI format is for Kindle and other devices that use .MOBI files.
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Grapes
NEW!
Grape Pest Management
—Third Edition
Over 70 research scientists, cooperative extension advisors and specialists, growers, and pest control advisers have combined the latest scientific studies
and research into this handy updated reference. Includes several new invasive species that are now major pests. With nine expansive chapters, helpful, colorful photos throughout, here’s more of what you’ll find:
• Diagnostic techniques for identifying vineyard problems
• Detailed descriptions and illustrations of more than a dozen diseases and pests
• Regional calendars of events for viticultural management
• Up-to-date strategies for vegetation management
• Nine expansive chapters with helpful, colorful photos throughout
This comprehensive guide is a must have for everyone in the grape industry. 2013. 609 pp.
3343 ISBN 978-1-60107-800-1 $100.00
Also of interest:
Wine Grape Varieties in California
3419 ISBN 978-1-879906-63-1 $30.00
Making Table Wine At Home
21434 ISBN 978-1-879906-66-2 $15.00
Vineyard Pest Identification and Monitoring Cards
Keep your vineyard healthy with these 50 sturdy, pocket-sized laminated cards, covering 27 common insects and mites, 8 diseases, 6 beneficial insects, and a variety of other disorders, weeds, and invertebrate pests. Includes descriptions and close-up color photographs—244 photos in all. 2001/2012.
3532 ISBN 978-1-60107-736-3 $25.00 (Cards)
In Spanish
3538 ISBN 978-1-60107-819-3 $25.00 (Cards)
Save when you buy combination packages of English and Spanish cards! See anrcatalog.ucanr.edu for details on 3538SET1 and 3538SET2.
Now available in e-book formats!
9012 ISBN 978-1-60107-802-5 9016 ISBN 978-1-60107-802-5
$18.00 (EPUB) $18.00 (MOBI/Kindle)
NEW!
Seasonal Guide to Environmentally Responsible Pest Management Practices in California Table Grapes
This full color guide is packed with information to help table grape growers make environmentally responsible decisions year-round—without decreasing yield or fruit quality. Printed on sturdy coated paper for durability. 2013. 8 pp.
Organic Winegrowing Manual
This full-color guide provides information on practices and considerations for organic and conventional growers alike. Includes information on organic soil management, the roles of compost and cover crops, and a calendar of recommended practices for year- round soil fertility management. Illustrated with 18 tables and 89 figures and photos, including close-up color photographs of important natural enemies and disease symptoms. 2011. 192 pp.
3511 ISBN 978-1-60107-563-5 $35.00
21647 ISBN 978-1-60107-826-1
$10.00
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Nut Crops
BACK IN STOCK!
Walnut Production Manual
This is the only comprehensive guide available covering all aspects of English walnut culture. Applicable worldwide, the book provides growers and researchers with a basic understanding of
the growth, development, and function of the walnut tree and its fruit. Includes comprehensive information on each crop pest, identification tips, monitoring methods, treatment thresholds, biological controls, and other management techniques. 1997. 329 pp.
Guide to Efficient Nitrogen Fertilizer Use in Walnut Orchards
3373 ISBN 978-1-879906-27-3
$65.00
Discusses the variables that make nitrogen management of each orchard a unique challenge; and provides the tools that let you manage your orchard efficiently and economically. 2006. 19pp.
21623 ISBN 978-1-879906-80-8
BESTSELLER!
IPM for Walnuts—Third Edition
$10.00
Includes comprehensive information on over 90 pest problems, including identification tips, monitoring methods, treatment thresholds, biological controls, and other management techniques. Contains over 200 color photos. 2003. 136 pp.
3270 ISBN 978-1-879906-62-4 $30.00
Almond Production Manual
This classic manual’s information is practical and suited to every field application. Inside you’ll find information on all stages of almond production, from planting and developing new orchards to managing bearing orchards and harvesting and handling the crop. More than 80 color photos. 1996. 294 pp.
Tree Fruit Pest Identification
and Monitoring Cards
3364 ISBN 978-1-879906-22-8
$49.00
Carry these 32 cards in the field as a handy reference
for identifying and monitoring major insect and mite pests, important diseases and natural enemies in California deciduous tree fruits and nuts. Rev. 2005. 32 cards
3426 ISBN 978-1-60107-634-2
IPM for Almonds—Second Edition
Our best-selling guide for pest management in almonds covers 120 different pest
problems including diseases, insects and mites, nematodes, vertebrate pests, and weeds; including 10 new insect pests and diseases including anthracnose, Alternaria leaf blight, rust, tenlined June beetle, and leafhoppers. 2002. 199 pp.
3308 ISBN 978-1-879906-52-5 $32.00
$15.00
Now available in e-book formats!
9018 ISBN 978-1-60107-906-0 $10.00 (EPUB)
9014 ISBN 978-1-60107-906-0 $10.00 (MOBI/Kindle)
Coming in 2016 Pistachio Production Manual
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Fruit Crops
IPM for Avocados
Using this guide you’ll learn how to prevent and diagnose causes of damage, identify pests and key natural enemies, establish an IPM program for your grove, use biological control and other non- chemical methods, and determine when direct control actions are warranted.
You’ll also learn effective ways
to manage problems related to irrigation, nutrition, and the growing environment. Illustrated
with 386 color photographs and 64 line drawings and charts to
help you identify and manage over 100 important pests and disorders the IPM way. 2008. 222 pp.
3503 ISBN 978-1-60107-420-1 $35.00
Imported and American Varieties of Dates in the United States
Based on the pioneering work of Roy
W. Nixon, the leading American date scientist of the 20th century, and enhanced by up-to-date research of
UC and industry experts, this is the
first comprehensive account of all of
the varieties of dates and the date palm industry in the United States. While written with the California and Arizona commercial grower in mind, growers and palm enthusiasts worldwide will find this an invaluable reference. 2007. 112 pp.
3498 ISBN 978-1-879906-78-5 $25.00
NEW!
Citrus Production Manual
3539 ISBN 978-1-60107-840-7
Over 400 pages of the latest research from 40
UC and industry experts covering botany and physiology, orchard establishment, orchard management, pest management, and postharvest handling. This easy-to-use book also details the latest horticultural and disease issues affecting citrus production in a clear and accessible way. From deciding scion variety and rootstock, to establishing an orchard, to managing production, to postharvest handling, you’ll find it all here. Illustrated with the clear, high-quality color photographs, illustrations and charts that you’ve come to expect from UC ANR publications. 2014. 433 pp.
$75.00
IPM for Citrus—Third Edition
Complete with over 550 colored photographs and 80 figures and tables, this guide provides substantial information on more than 150 pest insects, mites, diseases, weeds, nematodes, and vertebrates. Look for brand new sections on Asian Citrus Psyllid, Citrus Leafminer, Glassy-Winged Sharpshooter, and more. Inside are
more detailed figures to help distinguish between pests, 21 new pests and 11 new diseases and disorders, a new section on exotic diseases, and an index for quick and easy searching. Information on physical disorders, production problems and harvest related problems are also covered. 2012. 270 pp.
3303 ISBN 978-1-60107-696-0 $40.00
Pear Production and Handling Manual
Covers orchard management, pear varieties, propagation, rootstock selection, irrigation and fertilization, training, pruning and orchard floor management for pears. Includes extensive sections on pest management, fruit harvesting, storage and handling. 2007. 215 pp.
3483 ISBN 978-1-879906-65-5 $25.00 (Paperback) 9020 ISBN 978-1-60107-884-1 $18.00 (PDF)
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Olive Production Manual —
Second Edition
A definitive guide
to olive production
in California.
Fully illustrated
with 40 tables,
19 line drawings,
36 charts, and
100 color and
black and white
photos. Includes a
chapter on deficit
irrigation, an
expanded chapter
on olive oil production, and coverage of olive fly, oleander scale, olive mite, and black vine weevil. 2005. 180 pp.
3353 ISBN 978-1-879906-14-7
Organic Olive Production Manual
weed control, olive waste management, and will help the transition
from conventional to organic. You’ll learn about orchard site selection considerations, irrigation needs, terrain, temperature, soil, damage from the olive fruit fly, and how these may vary for table fruit versus fruit for oil production. 2007. 112 pp.
3505 ISBN 978-1-60107-440-9 $18.00
$35.00
This manual provides information on production issues, plant nutrition, economics, pest and
3507 ISBN 978-1-60107-702-8
This is the most complete guide available for managing pest problems in apricots, cherries, nectarines, peaches, plums, and prunes. You’ll learn how to establish a pest management program, diagnose pest problems, and how to identify and use beneficial insects. 1999. 264 pp.
3389 ISBN 978-1-879906-36-5 $35.00
$45.00
BESTSELLER!
IPM for Stone Fruits
IPM for Apples and Pears— Second Edition
1999. 231 pp.
3340 978-1-879906-42-6
$30.00
Prune Production Manual
This easy-to-read manual contains information
on understanding soils, varieties, irrigation and fertilization, prune biology, pest management techniques, and a lesson on harvest and postharvest management. Contains more than 300 photos and 56 color illustrations. 2012. 320 pp.
Organic Apple Production Manual
2000. 72 pp.
3403 ISBN 978-1-879906-48-8 $18.00
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Berries
IPM for Strawberries,
—Second Edition
field; manage
problems related to irrigation, nutrition, and the
growing environment; and determine when direct control actions are necessary. This revised manual also includes chapters on strawberry transplant production and managing pests in home garden strawberries.
New in the Second Edition:
• 70 additional color photographs
• Colorful line drawings
• A chapter devoted to strawberry
nursery propagation and production
of bare-root transplants
• Season-by-season list of important
management activities
• 8 additional pests and disorders
• An easy to use, comprehensive index
Contains over 100 pages of color photographs and 56 line drawings and charts that will help you identify over 90 important pests and disorders. 2008. 176 pp.
3351 ISBN 978-1-60107-489-8 $30.00
Using this manual you’ll learn how to prevent and diagnose causes of damage; identify pests and key natural enemies; establish an IPM program for your
Fresh Market Caneberry Production Manual
This is the first caneberry production manual designed for western fresh market growers; chock-full of accurate, detailed information on raspberry and blackberry production. Chapters cover plant description and varieties, flowering and fruit production, macro-tunnel and field management, pest management, irrigation, water quality and fertility, training and pollination, harvest methods and post-harvest handling. Includes over 90 color photos, tables and illustrations. With caneberry production on the rise, no Western grower should be without this guide. 2012. 74 pp.
3525 ISBN 978-1-60107-697-7 $25.00
Organic Strawberry Production Manual
Strawberries are among the most important fruit crops in California—with organic production on the rise. This useful manual, complete with detailed information on production, disease
and pest management, post-harvest
handling, marketing, and the organic certification process, will help you
feel ready to take on the challenges
of organic growing. With more than 100 vibrant photos, 35 informative illustrations and tables, and input from more than 20 University of California researchers and industry experts, this guide is a must-have for all individuals interested or involved in the organic strawberry industry. 2012. 160 pp.
3531 ISBN 978-1-60107-750-9 $30.00
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Small Grains
IPM for Small Grains
Strategies and
techniques
for managing
weeds, diseases,
insects, mites,
nematodes, and
vertebrate pests.
Includes charts,
tables, line
drawings, and
more than 150
color photos.
Discusses crop
rotations to combat pest problems in other crops. 1990. 126 pp.
3333 ISBN 978-0-931876-91-2
Irrigated Alfalfa Management for Mediterranean and Desert Zones
2008. 372 pp.
3512 ISBN 978-1-60107-608-3
$22.00
$65.00
Intermountain Alfalfa Management
Rev. 1997. 144 pp.
3366 ISBN 978-1-879906-24-2 $18.00
IPM for Rice—Third Edition
Written by a collaboration of experts in the field, this detailed manual is designed to help growers apply IPM principles in managing their rice crops using new research and technologies. Includes information on new exotic pests; updated sections on detecting, confirming, and managing herbicide resistance; color illustrations and new photos; updated life cycle illustrations for each disease; and 3 new diseases and 4 new weeds, including Bakanae, Rice Blast, and Red Rice. 2013. 98 pp.
3280 ISBN 978-1-60107-753-0 $27.00
Rice Nutrient Management in California
With increasing fertilizer prices, the need to focus on careful nutrient management is greater than ever. This guide walks you through the steps needed to analyze your situation so you can make more informed decisions about nutrient management for your crop. Chapters cover the basics from soil types and how flooding affects soil fertility, to a complete analysis of 7 nutrients along with salinity, pH and other toxicities. Also included is a chapter on nutrient management for organic rice. 2010. 136 pp.
3516 ISBN-13: 978-1-60107-643-4
$25.00
Rice Quality Handbook
This manual provides a step-by-step
guide to producing high-quality rice from planting to postharvest and contains 39 color photographs, 58 graphs, and 35
line drawings. While written with the Sacramento Valley in California in mind, growers, buyers, and operators of dryers, warehouses, and processing operations worldwide will benefit from this handbook. 2009. 141 pp.
3514 ISBN 978-1-60107-622-9 $40.00
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Vegetable Production
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Cover Cropping for Vegetable Production: A Grower’s Handbook
Cover crops are an important tool for vegetable growers to reduce soil erosion, filter water, enhance soil fertility and break the life cycles of plant pathogens and pests. Any grower who relies on cover crops will quickly learn to rely on this handbook’s information. Rich with 17 detailed tables and 68 color photos, this is perhaps the most comprehensive, science-based book on cover cropping available. 2011. 90 pp.
3517 ISBN 978-1-60107-679-3 $25.00
Organic Vegetable Production Manual
This manual provides detailed information for
growers on how to farm vegetables organically, addressing the essential topics for success in this highly competitive marketplace. Chapters cover a range of topics for the organic vegetable farmer: business and marketing plans, economic performance, soil fertility management, managing diseases, weed management, postharvest handling, as well as organic certification and registration in California. Illustrated with 35 color photographs and 21 tables, and has a comprehensive index. 2011. 86 pp.
3509 ISBN 978-1-60107-557-4
Specialty and Minor Crops Handbook—Second Edition
Handy for commercial producers as well as backyard gardeners, this classic guide for growers and sellers of niche market produce provides detailed information about growing specialty crops that are growing in popularity among consumers. Includes 63 crop sheets – from arugula to radicchio, basil to thyme, prickly pear to tomatillos, variety and heirloom tomatoes. Includes market information, resources, and a glossary of Asian vegetable names. 1998. 184 pp.
3346 ISBN 978-1-87990-638-9 $35.00
$25.00
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Small Farms
Agritourism and Nature Tourism in California, —Second Edition
From bed and breakfasts to U-pick orchards, cooking classes to wine and olive oil tastings, the ever-popular corn maze to school trips,
the agritourism
arena has
emerged as a
viable financial option for many farms and ranches. Inside you’ll find easy- to-use worksheets and activities that will walk you through the steps needed to determine if agritourism is for you. You’ll find everything you need to create business and marketing plans that can make your operation a success. 2011. 151 pp.
3484 ISBN 978-1-60107-742-4 $25.00
Fundamentals of Beef Management
2006. 140 pp.
3495 ISBN 978-1-879906-73-0 $18.00
Handbook for Raising Small Numbers of Sheep Rev. 2002. 73 pp.
21389 ISBN 978-1-60107-337-2 $8.00
Small Farm Handbook
—Second Edition
Drawing upon the knowledge of 32 experts
from the University of California, no other publication covers topics, issues, and facets of California’s small-scale agriculture with this depth or level of expertise. Throughout you’ll get a
look at emerging trends and issues for California agriculture, marketing and product sales, and innovative methods for better production and management. Also included are profiles of six
small farm operators representing a sample of California’s diverse agriculture. From the basics
to risk management, specialty crops to marketing
and product sales, this guide covers it all. 2011. 188 pp.
3526 ISBN 978-1-60107-698-4 $25.00
Farmstead and Artisan Cheeses:
A Guide to Building a Business
Navigating the start-up of any business is hard work, but cheese making has its own special challenges. While many other publications address cheesemaking itself, this new manual will walk the beginning cheesemaker through the steps necessary to decide if cheesemaking as a business is for them. Chapters cover: evaluating your resources, building a business plan, plant layout and design, designing your marketing strategy, risk management and regulations. 2011. 148 pp.
3522 ISBN 978-1-60107-692-2 $28.00
“This is the absolute go-to source for everything related to starting a small-scale creamery. This is the necessary guide for creating a solid business plan and strategy that will endure, evolve and win.”
~ David Gremmel, Rogue Creamery, Chairman, American Cheese Society, and Ambassador, Guilde Internationale des Fromagers
“This new publication is required reading for any aspiring small-scale cheesemaker. The style of the book is approachable and pragmatic, citing case studies and the experience of individual businesses cheesemakers.”
~ Kate Arding, Co-founder Culture Magazine, Cheesemonger, and Cheese Consultant
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Irrigation and Water
Measuring Irrigation Water Flow Rates
This easy-to- use illustrated manual provides growers and irrigation professionals with information about devices typically used to measure flow rates on farms.
Includes descriptions of the various flow meters, their installation and operation, and the calculations for determining flow rates and amounts of applied water.
Includes formulas for calculating flow rates, and flow rate charts for trajectory, propeller, pipe, and siphon situations and handy tables for calculating flow rates for pipes and weirs. 2009. 54 pp.
21644 ISBN 978-1-60107-642-7 $25.00 (Paperback)
Now available in e-book formats!
9033 ISBN 978-1-60107-642-7 $15.00 (EPUB) 9036 ISBN 978-1-60107-642-7 $15.00 (MOBI/Kindle)
Measuring Irrigation Water Flow Rates
Blaine Hanson
Irrigation and Drainage Specialist
Department of Land, Air and Water Resources University of California, Davis
Larry Schwankl
Irrigation Specialist, UC Kearney Agricultural Center Department of Land, Air and Water Resources University of California, Davis
University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources Publication 21644
Funded by the Joseph G. Prosser Trust
Administered by the University of California Water Resources Center
Maintaining Microirrigation Systems
This handy publication discusses the maintenance issues of microirrigation systems that can be used on tree crops, row crops, and trees and vines. Chapters include an overview of maintenance needs, monitoring and water assessment, causes and prevention of clogging, flushing and safety concerns. Also includes methods of preventing root intrusion, soil ingestion, bacterial growth, and backflow contamination. 2008. 53 pp.
21637 ISBN 978-1-60107-488-1 $20.00 (Paperback) 21641 ISBN 978-1-60107-778-3 $16.00 (EPUB)
Sprinkle Irrigation of Row and Field Crops
This manual provides practical information on
the design, management, and maintenance of the sprinkle irrigation methods used for irrigating field and row crops, with a focus on hand-move, wheel line, and portable solid-set systems. You’ll find discussions of when to irrigate, how much water to apply, how to monitor soil moisture, an overview of uniformity and efficiency, sprinkle lateral design considerations, calculating pressure losses, factors affecting uniformity, and the effect of pressure spacing, as well as evaluating and improving sprinkle irrigation and pump systems.
3527 ISBN 978-1-60107-699-1 $25.00
Sprinkle Irrigation
of Row and Field Crops
Blaine Hanson Larry Schwankl Steve Orloff Blake Sanden
Publication 3527
Funded by the Joseph G. Prosser Trust
Fertigation with Microirrigation
You’ll learn about the characteristics of selected fertilizers commonly used for fertigation, long- and short-duration strategies, how to calculate injection rates, frequency considerations, how to apply fertilizers uniformly, mixing considerations, injection devices, and how to prevent backflow. You’ll also learn about nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium distribution around drip lines, how and why to inject gypsum, as well as the environmental effects of chemical applications, and how to manage nitrogen to reduce groundwater pollution. 2006. 49 pp.
21620 ISBN 978-1-879906-79-2 $25.00
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Watersheds, Groundwater and Drinking Water
This handy guide is a “must-have” for environmental scientists, water technicians, educators, and students—to understand and assess water supplies and to define and manage protection areas for water sources. Part 1 covers fundamentals including watershed hydrology, groundwater hydrology, water quality, and water contamination. See full description on page 22. 2008. 274 pp.
3497 ISBN 978-1-87990-681-5 $40.00
Agricultural Salinity and Drainage
2006. 174 pp.
3375 $25.00
Drip Irrigation of Processing Tomatoes
2008. 58 pp.
3506 ISBN 978-1-60107-436-2 $25.00
Irrigation Pumping Plants
2000. 126 pp.
3377 $25.00
IrrigationScheduling: AGuide for Efficient On-farm Water Management
1989. 80 pp.
21454 $7.00
Micro-Irrigation of Trees and Vines
1996. 138 pp.
3378 $25.00
Monitoring Soil Moisture for Irrigation Water Management 2007. 48 pp.
21635 ISBN 978-1-60107-481-2 $25.00
Surge Irrigation
1998. 48 pp.
3380 $20.00
Scheduling Irrigations: When and How Much
IRRIGATION PUBLICATIONS AVAILABLE FOR FREE!
Drip Irrigation
Management
1981. 44 pp.
21259e Free Download
California Dairies: Protecting
Water Quality
Producers, consultants, local agencies, and lending institutions concerned with protecting surface and groundwater quality around dairies will find this guide a practical and invaluable resource. It discusses and outlines management measures for dairies
with irrigated cropland, dairies with non-irrigated pasture and hay fields, and dairies with limited cropland. It also summarizes the critical components that progressive dairy producers have successfully implemented to protect water quality. 2006. 16 pp.
21630e Free Download
Costs of Pressurized Irrigation Systems for Tree Crops
2000. 22 pp.
21585e Free Download
1999.
3396 9023
204 pp.
$25.00 $20.00 (PDF)
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Postharvest Technology
Postharvest Technology of Horticultural Crops, —Third Edition
Applicable worldwide, this is an invaluable resource for anyone involved in the handling and storing fresh fruits, vegetables and ornamentals. Learn about issues in quality
and safety, preharvest factors affecting quality, waste management and cull utilization, safety factors, and processing methods. A new appendix presents a summary of optimal conditions and the potential storage life of 200 fruits and vegetables. Contains 154 color photos, 184 black-and-white photos, and 111 graphs and illustrations. 2002. 353 pp.
3311 ISBN 978-1-879906-51-8
3529 ISBN 978-1-60107-743-1
3530 ISBN 978-1-60107-744-8
$65.00 (Print) $52.00 (English PDF)
$52.00 (Spanish PDF)
Transport of Perishable Products Series
Marine Container Transport of
Chilled Perishable Produce
An indispensable guide to using refrigerated marine containers for shipping produce! Written for shippers, transport company personnel, inspectors, surveyors, insurers and receiving company employees.
Includes two 22 x 34 inch posters (one English and one Spanish) that summarize the major steps for successful loading. 2001. 32 pp.
21595 ISBN 978-1-60107-353-2 $18.00
Refrigerated Trailer Transport of
Perishable Products
You’ll find comprehensive information on how to select the proper boxes for shipment, how to plan a load, product temperature at loading, carrying temperatures, product compatibility, trailer operating condition, loading, and how to monitor and record temperature during transit. 2002. 28 pp.
21614 ISBN 978-1-60107-364-8 $18.00
Air Transport of Perishable
Products
Learn about the services provided by freight forwarders, the advantages and disadvantages of using air transport, and how to effectively use air freight to transport your products. 2004. 22 pp.
21618 ISBN 978-1-60107-336-5 $12.00
Save 25% off the cover price when you buy all three of our Postharvest Transport Series titles. (21595, 21614 and 21618)
21621 $36.00
Air Transport of
Perishable Products
JAMES F. THOMPSON • C. F. H. BISHOP • PATRICK E. BRECHT
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA Agriculture and Natural Resources Publication 21618
Commercial Cooling of Fruits, Vegetables, and Flowers
This handbook contains detailed descriptions of proper temperature management for perishables and commercial methods of cooling fruits, vegetables, and cut flowers. Includes a complete discussion of design for hydro-cooler and forced-air cooler systems. 2000. 61 pp.
21567 ISBN 978-1-60107-619-9 $20.00
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Garden and Landscape
BACK IN STOCK!
Pests of the Garden and Small Farm: A Grower’s Guide to Using Less Pesticide —Second Edition
This classic handbook adapts scientifically based integrated pest management techniques
to the needs
of the home
gardener and
small-scale
farmer. 95
common pests
are described,
covering
insects, mites,
plant diseases,
nematodes,
and weeds of
fruit and nut trees and vegetables using the IPM approach of making minimal use of broad-spectrum pesticides;
the methods recommended here rely primarily on organically acceptable alternatives. Crop-by-crop symptom identification tables guide you quickly to the information you need. More than 250 color photos and 118 drawings help you diagnose problems and find solutions. 1998. 276 pp.
3332 ISBN 978-1-879906-40-2 $35.00
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BESTSELLER!
NEW EDITION!
The California Master Gardener Handbook, —Second Edition
Whether you’re a beginner double digging your first bed or a University
of California Master Gardener, this handbook will be your go-to source for the practical, science-based information you need to sustainably maintain your landscape and garden and become an effective problem solver. See complete description on page 2. 2015. 756 pp.
3382 ISBN 978-1-60107-857-5 $37.00 (Paperback)
Now available in e-book formats!
9027 ISBN 978-1-60107-784-4 $30.00 (EPUB edition)
9028 ISBN 978-1-60107-784-4 $30.00 (MOBI / Kindle edition)
Buy both the print and e-book and save!
3382EB EPUB Bundle $50.00 3382KB MOBI/Kindle Bundle
$50.00
BESTSELLER!
The Home Orchard:
Growing Your Own Deciduous
Fruit and Nut Trees
Developed especially for backyard orchardists, rare fruit growers, and small-scale growers, The Home Orchard offers an insiders look at both standard growing methods and unique innovative practices. 2007. 202 pp.
3485 ISBN 978-1-879906-72-3 $25.00 (Paperback)
Now available in e-book formats!
9025 ISBN 978-1-60107-889-6 $20.00 (EPUB)
9026 ISBN 978-1-60107-889-6 $20.00 (MOBI/Kindle)


Garden and Landscape
Songbird, Bat and
Owl Boxes: Vineyard Management with an Eye
toward
Wildlife
Explore the benefits of the biodiversity and the beauty of songbirds, bats, and
owls with this handy guide. You’ll learn about
“win-win” ideas and methods for integrating nest boxes with vineyard management, biology and habitat requirements, details on construction and maintenance, literature sources, and online resources where you can
get more information. While written with grape growers and vineyard managers in mind, anyone interested in learning about nest boxes will find this guide useful. Illustrated with 30 color photographs, 14 figures, and tables. Includes patterns for building your own boxes and advice on where to place your boxes for best results.
Healthy Roses: Environmentally Friendly Ways to Manage Pests and Disorders in Your Garden and Landscape —Second Edition
In this best-selling guide, you’ll learn about cultural practices, establishment, irrigation, soil and nutritional requirements, pruning, how to identify problems, take action when appropriate, recognize beneficial insects. Illustrated with 50 color photographs
and includes handy tables on soil pH and nutrient levels. 2009. 35 pp.
21589 ISBN 978-1-60107-672-4
$10.00
2008. 51 pp.
21636 ISBN 978-1-60107-485-0
$15.00
Wildlife Pest Control around Gardens and Homes—Second Edition
Operating under the premise that it is the activity, not the species, that defines the pest, this handy guide will help you determine whether a control method is necessary— and then offers management and control options. The information presented is in keeping with the principles of integrated pest management and offers the widest
range possible of both preventive and population reduction methods for common bird, mammal and reptile pests. From cliff swallows to rattlesnakes, bats to voles, deer to woodpeckers, this volume will help you identify, appraise, and monitor your wildlife pest situation. 2006. 122 pp.
21385 ISBN 978-1-879906-67-9 $25.00
Recognizing Tree Hazards: A Photographic Guide for Homeowners
Protect your landscape investment by learning how to recognize tree hazards. This photographic color guide illustrates seven of the most common structural tree defects that often lead to tree failure, including lean, multiple trunks, weakly attached branches, decay, and cracks. With this guide in hand, you should be able to conduct a basic inspection to determine whether any of your trees is a hazard. Includes 27 color photographs. 1999. 10 pp.
21584 ISBN 978-1-60107-350-1 $4.00
Also available in Spanish Como reconocer peligros potenciales de los arboles 21604 ISBN 978-1-60107-356-3 $4.00
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BESTSELLER!
Landscape Pest Identification
Cards
These pocket-
sized laminated
cards can be easily
carried with you for
handy references
to insect and mite
pests as well as
important diseases
in landscape plants.
These 43 cards cover
19 common insects
and mites, 7 diseases, 4 natural enemies, and a variety of other disorders and invertebrate pests. 2009. 43 cards.
3513 ISBN 978-1-60107-613-7 $20.00 (Cards)
Now available in e-book formats!
9015 ISBN 978-1-60107-883-4 $18.00 (EPUB)
9019 ISBN 978-1-60107-883-4 $18.00 (MOBI/ Kindle)
Specialty and Minor Crops Handbook—Second Edition See full description on page 10.
1998. 184 pp.
3346 ISBN 978-1-87990-638-9 $35.00
NEW!
Weed Pest Identification and
Monitoring Cards
Based on the bestselling Weeds of California and
Other Western States, this is the perfect pocket-sized
companion for anyone working in the field. Each
weed is identified by a description and excellent
close-up color photographs of various growth
stages—187 photos in all. On the reverse of each card
is a description of the various growth stages, habitat,
distribution and management tips. These 48 cards cover the most common weeds, grouped into 8 categories of the various broadleaf, grass and sedge weeds for easy identification. From pigweed to chickweed, dandelion to bermudagrass, goosegrass to ryegrass, these cards have you covered. 2013. 48 cards.
3541 ISBN 978-1-601078-47-6 $25.00 (Cards)
Now available in e-book formats!
9013 ISBN 978-1-60107-881-0 $18.00 (EPUB)
9017 ISBN 978-1-60107-881-0 $18.00 (MOBI/Kindle)
BESTSELLER!
Tree Fruit Pest Identification and Monitoring Cards
Carry these handy, pocket-size laminated cards in the field as handy references for identifying and monitoring major insect and mite pests and several important diseases in California deciduous tree fruits and
nuts. A description and close-up photographs
of important life stages identify each pest. Cards
identifying important natural enemies are also
included. The information on these 32 cards will
help pest control advisers and growers know
how and when to look for these pests—both in
growing and dormant seasons.
Rev. 2005. 32 cards.
3426 ISBN 978-1-60107-634-2 $15.00 (Cards)
Now available in e-book formats!
9018 ISBN 978-1-60107-906-0 $10.00 (EPUB)
9014 ISBN 978-1-60107-906-0 $10.00 (MOBI/Kindle)
Weed Pest Identification and Monitoring Cards
University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources Publication 3541 Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program
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2 SHEPHERD’S-PURSE
Shepherd’s-purse (Capsella bursa-
pastoris) seedling.
J. o’Brien
Shepherd’s-purse (Capsella bursa-pastoris) inflorescence.
J. M. DiToMaso
Shepherd’s-purse
(Capsella bursa- pastoris) plant. C. E. ElmorE
1 BITTERCRESS
Hairy bittercress (Cardamine hirsuta) seedling. J. M. DiToMaso
Hairy bittercress (Cardamine hirsuta) plant. J. M. DiToMaso
Little bittercress (Cardamine oli- gosperma) plant. J. M. DiToMaso
Hairy bittercress (Cardamine hirsuta) flowering stem. J. M. DiToMaso
HAIRY BITTERCRESS
(Cardamine hirsuta)
LITTLE BITTERCRESS
(Cardamine oligosperma)
Mustard family
Winter or summer annuals, sometimes biennials, to 15 in. (38 cm) tall, with pinnate-compound leaves, tiny white flowers, and very slender, lin- ear pods. Plants exist as rosettes of compound leaves until flowering stems develop at maturity.
Seedlings: Cotyledons oval to nearly round, tip indented, 0.1–0.2 in. (3–5 mm) long, hairy, on stalks mostly 0.1–0.2 in. (3–5 mm) long. Leaves alternate. First 1–3 leaves semicircular to kidney shaped, broader than long, 0.10–0.32 in. (3–8 mm) long, 0.18–0.35 in. (4.5–9 mm) wide, sparsely coarse hairy, on stalks as long or longer than blades. Mature Plant: Stems simple or branched, erect, angled. Foliage hairy to sparsely coarse hairy. Hairs simple, straight. Leaves pinnate compound, 0.8–4 in. (2–10 cm) long. Stem leaves alternate. Rosette leaves usually present at flowering. Leaflets of lower leaves nearly round, kidney shaped to oval. Roots: Taproot weak, slender, often inconspicuous, yellowish, usually highly branched.
Flowers: Hairy bittercress: January–June; little bittercress: March–July. Fruits and Seeds: Pods linear, flattened, 0.47–1 in. (12–25 mm) long, ascending to erect. Beak at fruit tip inconspicuous, thick, to 0.02 in. (0.5 mm) long. Fruit valves spring open elastically from the bottom. Seeds in 1 row per chamber, orange brown, smooth except for 1 groove on each face. Habitat: Landscaped areas, yards, gardens, nurseries, container plants, greenhouses; occasionally turf, roadsides, orchards, vineyards, vegetable crops. Little bittercress: moist meadows, woodlands, creek bottoms, and other moist, shady places in natural areas.
Distribution: Hairy bittercress: Klamath Ranges, North Coast Ranges, San Francisco Bay region, Sacramento Valley, and probably elsewhere, to 2,600 ft (800 m). Little bittercress: Throughout California, except Great Basin and deserts, to 3,600 ft (1,100 m).
Propagation: By seed. Most seeds fall near the parent plant.
Management: Remove plants manually before seeds are pro- duced. In nurseries, scrub containers before reuse; dispose, compost, or fumigate used potting media.
CONTENTS
Broadleaf annuals, erect
BASAL ROSETTE WHEN YOUNG
Bittercress ........................................................................... 1 Shepherd’s-purse................................................................. 2 Wild mustard...................................................................... 3 Radish................................................................................. 4 Redroot pigweed................................................................. 5 Prickly lettuce .................................................................... 6 Sowthistle ........................................................................... 7
ELONGATED STEM WHEN YOUNG
Tall annual willowherb....................................................... 8 Common lambsquarters ..................................................... 9 Tumble pigweed................................................................ 10 Common groundsel .......................................................... 11 Broadleaf annuals, low growing
PROSTRATE
Puncturevine .................................................................... 12 Prostrate pigweed ............................................................. 13 Spurge............................................................................... 14 English daisy .................................................................... 15
PROSTRATE OR SHORT
Common knotweed .......................................................... 16 Filaree............................................................................... 17 Lesser swinecress.............................................................. 18 Common purslane ............................................................ 19
SHORT
Speedwell ....................................................................... 20 Cutleaf geranium..............................................................21 Mallow (cheeseweed) ....................................................... 22 Black medic and burclover ............................................... 23 Common chickweed......................................................... 24 Chickweed........................................................................ 25 Scarlet pimpernel.............................................................. 26 Petty spurge...................................................................... 27 Southern brassbuttons...................................................... 28


Landscape Professionals
BESTSELLER!
Pests of Landscape Trees &Shrubs: AnIntegrated Pest Management Guide —Second Edition
This is the ultimate guide to managing landscape pests! With this manual
in hand you will be able to diagnose and manage hundreds of insect, mite, weed, plant disease, and nematode pests. You’ll find information on using environmentally safe IPM methods, landscape designs that prevent pests, selecting resistant varieties, choosing and using less-toxic pesticides, planting, irrigating, and other plant- care activities that help in avoiding problems. Contains over 100 pages of easy-to-use tree and shrub pest tables that will help you identify common problems on over 200 types of trees and shrubs. Includes 432 color photos and 117 drawings and tables. 2004. 501 pp.
3359 ISBN 978-1-879906-61-7 $35.00
NEW Lower Price!
3518 ISBN 978-1-60107-680-9
Abiotic Disorders of Landscape Plants:
A Diagnostic Guide
This manual contains a wealth of information to help you diagnose abiotic disorders in landscape plants—disorders caused by environmental, physiological or other nonbiological factors. You’ll learn how to diagnose injury symptoms from
over 20 abiotic agents including water deficit, nutrient deficiencies, salinity, pH, sunburn,
air pollution, herbicide and other chemical phytotoxicities, mechanical injuries, lightning, wind, and hail. You’ll also learn how to develop a step-by-step diagnostic strategy. Illustrated with 319 color photographs and 38 tables, this book is a “must-have” for the library of every landscape professional. 2003. 242 pp.
$55.00
3420 ISBN 978-1-879906-58-7
Available in e-book formats!
9039 ISBN 978-1-60107-909-1 9008 ISBN 978-1-60107-909-1
$35.00 (Paperback)
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BESTSELLER!
Oaks in the Urban
Landscape
Learn how to effectively select, plant, manage, and protect oaks in urban areas with this full-color reference. See full description on page 22. 2011. 265 pp.
Turfgrass Water
Conservation Second Edition
Technical Editors
Stephen T. Cockerham Bernd Leinauer
Publication 3523
Turfgrass Water Conservation—
Second Edition
See full description on page 20.
3523 ISBN 978-1-601076-63-2 $24.00
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90000
9 781601 076632
Printed in the U.S.A.
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Bees and Beekeeping
NEW!
Beekeeper’s Handbook
—Fourth Edition
This handbook from Cornell University Press provides step-by-
step directions accompanied by more than 100 illustrations for setting up
an apiary, handling bees, and working throughout the season to maintain a healthy colony of bees and a generous supply of honey. This book explains the various colony care options and techniques, noting advantages and disadvantages, so that beekeepers can make the best choices for their own hives. You’ll find the latest information on Colony
Collapse
Disorder, IPM
methods,
regional
overwintering
protocols, and
procedures for
handling bees
and managing
diseases and
pests such
as African
honeybees and bee mites. The book explains not only how but also why each step is part of the transformative process that results in the magnificent creation of honey. This essential
guide is a beekeeper’s most valuable resource. 2011. 308 pp.
3543 ISBN 978-0-80147-694-5 $30.00
NEW!
California Bees and Blooms:
A Guide for Gardeners and Naturalists
California is home to over sixteen hundred species
of undomesticated bees—most of them native—
that populate and pollinate our gardens, fields, and
urban green spaces. In this absorbing guidebook
from our colleagues at Heyday Press, bee and
botany experts from UC Berkeley’s Urban Bee Lab
introduce us to this diverse population. This guide
holds a magnifying glass up to the twenty-two most
common genera (and six species of cuckoo bees),
describing each one’s distinctive behaviors, social
structures, flight season, preferred flowers, and
enemies. Enhancing these descriptions are dazzling
color photographs of bees so finely detailed they capture pollen scattered across gauzy wings and iridescent exoskeletons.
Drawing from years of research, California Bees and Blooms presents and authoritative look at these creatures, emphasizing their vital relationship with flowers. In addition to opening our eyes to the beautiful array of wild bees in our midst, this book provides information on 53 bee-friendly plants and how to grow them. 2014. 320 pp.
3546 ISBN 978-1-59714-294-6 $28.00
How to Reduce Bee Poisoning from Pesticides
In California, commercially managed honey bees are used to pollinate over 50 varieties of orchard and field crops. The state’s $1.189 billion almond crop is entirely
dependent on honeybee pollination. Some other crops dependent on honeybee pollination include apples, avocados, cherries, cucumbers, melons and sunflowers.
From our colleagues at Oregon State University Extension comes this overview of how a variety of wild and managed bees and their pollination activities are affected by pesticide application. Provides guidelines for how beekeepers, growers, and pesticide applicators can work together to prevent bee poisoning. 2013. 35 pp.
PNW 591
Free publication that you can download!
Download a free copy of “How to Attract and Maintain Pollinators in Your Garden” pub #8498, at our online catalog at anrcatalog.ucanr.edu.
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Floriculture and Turfgrass
IPM for Floriculture
and Nurseries
Learn about establishing an IPM program for your nursery, techniques for managing pests in 120 major flower
and nursery crops, how good cultural practices can nip problems
in the bud, disease control techniques for root and crown decays, vascular wilt diseases, and pathogens infecting flowers
and foliage, as well as how to identify and manage aphids, leafminers, thrips, whiteflies, mites, nematodes and weeds. 2001. 422 pp.
3402 ISBN 978-1-879906-46-4 $45.00
Turfgrass Water Conservation—Second
Edition
Water is often perceived as being wasted on turfgrass. Here you’ll learn how
to conserve by integrating turfgrass
with other landscape uses of water,
and how various water qualities, including reclaimed water, can be part
of a management plan. Chapters also cover the role of water in modified
root zone media and native soils,
water management technologies, water depletion, pesticide and nutrient runoff, considerations for construction and management of urban green spaces including parks and golf courses, as well as advances in drought, heat, and salinity stress tolerance. 2011. 164 pp.
3523 ISBN 978-1-601076-63-2 $24.00
NEW!
Container Nursery Production and Business
Management Manual
This colorful new manual includes research-based information on all aspects of production of landscape plants in commercial nurseries. Twenty chapters
in five broad sections cover topics from nursery site selection to crop production, water management to plant propagation, marketing considerations to business and labor management, along with pest, weed, and disease management. The easy-to-
use format, plus the photos, tables and clearly written text make this one of the go-to references industry professionals rely upon. 2014. 345 pp.
3540 ISBN 978-1-60107-842-1 $40.00
Greenhouse and Nursery Management Practices
to Protect Water Quality
Specifically developed for managers interested in preventing runoff contamination and groundwater leaching, these suggested management practices will help guide you through your own successful plan of action. Also included is an environmental audit checklist to guide you through management practices that impact the environment, increase your awareness of practices that lessen runoff and leaching,
and help you identify areas that may require improvements. 2009. 160 pp.
3508 ISBN 978-1-60107-571-0 $20.00
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Weeds
Weeds of the West
3350 ISBN 978-0-941570-13-8
This encyclopedic guide includes 900 color photographs that illustrate and describe more than 350 weed species found in the West. Ninth Edition. 2000. 628 pp.
$35.00
Aquatic and Riparian Weeds
of the West
This is a must-have field manual for weed control specialists, land managers, water system managers, rice growers, golf course superintendents,
and landscape professionals. You’ll find over 560 photographs, descriptions
of 171 aquatic
plant species,
comparison and
identification
tables and keys,
as well as an
appendix of
federally listed noxious weeds in aquatic habitats. 2003. 442 pp.
3421 ISBN 978-1-879906-59-4 $40.00
NEW!
Weed Pest Identification and Monitoring Cards
These sturdy pocket-sized cards cover the most common weeds, grouped into 8 categories of the
various broadleaf, grass and sedge weeds for easy identification. Each weed is identified
by a description and excellent close-up color photographs of various growth stages—187 photos in all.
2013. 48 cards.
3541 ISBN 978-1-601078-47-6 $25.00 (Cards)
Available in e-book formats!
9013 ISBN 978-1-60107-881-0 9017 ISBN 978-1-60107-881-0
Weeds of California and Other
Western States
Absolutely everything you’ll need to know about weeds is covered in this easy-to-use three-piece
set. Covering 262 individual entries, including a
full description of 451 species and another 361
plants compared as similar species, representing
63 plant families. Each entry gives the plant’s
scientific and common names along with a
summary of the important aspects of the plant’s
life cycle, toxicity, methods of reproduction, seed dispersal, germination requirements, seed longevity, early establishment characteristics and requirements, as well as practices and management options that have proven effective/ineffective in controlling infestations. Each entry also contains an in-depth description of the plant throughout its life stages. 2007. V1 848 pp.
V2 912 pp.
$18.00 (EPUB) $18.00 (MOBI/Kindle)
BESTSELLER!
Includes a PowerPoint CD of all photos from both volumes (over 3,000 images!) ready for presentations.
3488 ISBN 978-1-879906-69-3 $80.00
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Natural Resources
BACK IN STOCK!
Planner’s Guide for Oak Woodlands
Designed for professional planners, consultants,
and landscape architects, this new edition provides science- based information that can guide decision-making.
As more development occurs in the oak woodlands this guide can provide a framework for preserving this icon of the California landscape.
Chapters cover a range of planning and conservation topics including:
• Biology of oak resources • Wildlife habitat
• Watershed management • Regional planning
• Mapping resources and modeling risk for improved land use planning
• Ordinances
3491 ISBN 978-1-879906-75-4 $15.00
Illustrated Field Guide to Selected Rare Plants of Northern California
This lavishly illustrated field guide contains information on 149 rare
plants found in ten Northern California counties; now in a portable format for use on your electronic device in the field. Available only as PDF file by download. 2001. 370 pp.
3395 ISBN 978-1-879906-45-7 $20.00
Oaks in the Urban Landscape
Oaks are highly valued in urban areas for their aesthetic, environmental, economic and cultural benefits. However, significant impacts to the health and structural stability of oaks have resulted from urban encroachment. Changes in environment, incompatible cultural practices, and pest problems can all lead to the early demise of our stately oaks.
Using this book you’ll learn how to effectively manage
and protect oaks in urban areas–existing oaks as
well as the planting of new oaks. Three key areas are
addressed: selection, care, and preservation. You’ll
learn how cultural practices, pest management, risk
management, preservation during development, and genetic diversity can all play a role in preserving urban oaks. Arborists, urban foresters, landscape architects, planners and designers, golf course superintendents, academics, and Master Gardeners alike will find this to be an invaluable reference guide.
Working together we can help assure that oaks will be a robust and integral component of the urban landscape for years to come.
3518 ISBN 978-1-60107-680-9 $55.00
Watersheds, Groundwater and Drinking Water
This is an invaluable aid to help you understand and assess water supplies and to define and manage protection areas for water sources. It can easily be used as
text material for educational short courses as well. The chapters in Part 1 cover such fundamentals
as watershed hydrology, groundwater hydrology, water quality, and water contamination. Chapters in Part 2 describe tools and background information that are helpful when assessing and protecting individual water sources. While written with the water source needs of Californians in mind, much of the basic information in the guide is applicable to other states as well. Includes 104 figures and 36 tables.
3497 ISBN 978-1-87990-681-5 $40.00
Generalized Plant Generalized Soil Map Climate Map of of California
California
3328 $10.00 Poster 25” x 29”
3327 $10.00 Poster 25” x 29”
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Pest Management Guidelines
Pest Management Guidelines are available on our Web site, http://ucanr.org/pmg, as free downloadable publications. You may access a free online copy of a guideline or purchase a printed copy. Printed guidelines are also available for sale through your local UC Cooperative Extension office. Web-based versions of the guidelines—which include color photos- can also be accessed on the UC IPM Web site at http://www.ipm.ucdavis.edu.
Each guideline covers insect, mite, and disease pests for one crop or group of crops. Most also cover nematode and weed pests.
These are the official UC-approved guidelines for pest monitoring techniques, pesticide use, and nonpesticide alternatives for agricultural crops. They are regularly revised and updated—make sure that you have the most current version of the guidelines. On the Web, changes made within the past year to the guidelines are listed on the UC IPM Web site at http://www.ipm.ucdavis.edu/PMG
UC IPM
Pest Management Guidelines: ALMOND
Contents (Dates in parenthesis indicate when each topic was updated)
Almond Year-Round IPM Program (Section reviewed 3/09).................................................................................................................iv General Information (Section reviewed 11/12)
Dormant Spur Or First-Year Twig Sampling and Treatment Guidelines (11/12) ............................................................................. 1 Relative Toxicities of Pesticides Used in Almonds to Natural Enemies and Honey Bees (7/14)....................................................3 General Properties of Fungicides Used in Almonds (11/12) ................................................................................................................ 5 Most Effective Treatment Timings for Key Diseases (11/12)................................................................................................................ 7 Fungicide Resistance Management (11/12)............................................................................................................................................. 8
Insects and Mites (Section reviewed 3/09)
Ants (3/09).................................................................................................................................................................................................. 10 Brown Mite (3/09) ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 13 European Fruit Lecanium (3/09)............................................................................................................................................................. 15 European Red Mite (3/09)........................................................................................................................................................................ 17 Forest Tent Caterpillar (3/09) ................................................................................................................................................................. 20 Leaffooted Bug (11/12) ............................................................................................................................................................................. 21 Leafrollers (7/14)......................................................................................................................................................................................23 Navel Orangeworm (7/14)...................................................................................................................................................................... 26 Oriental Fruit Moth (11/12) .................................................................................................................................................................... 32 Peach Silver Mite (11/12) ........................................................................................................................................................................ 34 PeachTwigBorer (7/14)..........................................................................................................................................................................35 Peachtree Borer (3/09) ............................................................................................................................................................................. 40 Red Imported Fire Ant (3/09)................................................................................................................................................................. 41 San Jose Scale (6/09)................................................................................................................................................................................. 42 Stink Bugs (11/12) ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 45 Tenlined June Beetle (3/09)...................................................................................................................................................................... 47 TreeBorers (11/12)...................................................................................................................................................................................48 Webspinning Spider Mites (11/12) ......................................................................................................................................................... 49
Diseases (Section reviewed 3/09)
AlmondBrownlineandDecline (3/09).................................................................................................................................................53 AlmondKernelShrivel (3/09)................................................................................................................................................................54 AlmondLeafScorch (3/09).....................................................................................................................................................................55 Alternaria Leaf Spot (11/12) .................................................................................................................................................................... 56 Anthracnose (11/12)................................................................................................................................................................................. 58 Armillaria Root Rot (Oak Root Fungus) (3/09)..................................................................................................................................... 62 BacterialCanker (3/09)............................................................................................................................................................................64 BandCanker (3/09)..................................................................................................................................................................................66 Brown Rot Blossom Blight (11/12)......................................................................................................................................................... 67 Ceratocystis Canker (3/09)...................................................................................................................................................................... 70 Crown Gall (3/09)..................................................................................................................................................................................... 71 Green Fruit Rot (Jacket Rot) (11/12) ...................................................................................................................................................... 72 HullRot (11/12)........................................................................................................................................................................................74 LeafBlight (3/09)......................................................................................................................................................................................76
An illustrated version of this guideline is available online at www.ipm.ucanr.edu/PMG/selectnewpest.almonds.html
Publication 3431
UC Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program
July 2014
(continued next page)
 Done
Bloom to postbloom
Almond Year-Round IPM Program
(Reviewed 3/09)
ANNUAL CHECKLIST
www.ipm.ucanr.edu Supplement to UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines
These practices are recommended for a monitoring-based IPM program that enhances pest control and reduces environmental quality problems related to pesticide use.
Water quality becomes impaired when pesticides and sediments move off-site and into water. Air quality becomes impaired when volatile organic compounds (VOCs) move into the atmosphere. Each time a pesticide application is considered, review the Pesticide application checklist at the bottom of this page for information on how to minimize water and air quality problems.
This year-round IPM program covers the major pests of almond. Details on carrying out each practice, example monitoring forms, and information on additional pests can be found in the Almond Pest Management Guidelines. Track your progress through the year with the annual checklist form.
 Done
Dormancy to delayed-dormancy
Mitigate pesticide effects on air and water quality.
Count mummy nuts in orchard.
• If more than 2 nuts per tree remain, knock off and destroy mummy nuts to reduce navel
orangeworm and brown rot before February 1. Manage orchard floor vegetation:
• After harvest, assess weeds present and identify those that were not controlled by a fall preemergence treatment (if applied).
• Keep records.
In January, consider applying postemergence herbicides in tree row strips alone or in combination with preemergence materials.
Take a dormant spur sample for scale and mite eggs mid-November to mid-January.
• Record results.
• Treat if needed according to Almond Pest Management Guidelines.
Examine trees for peach twig borer hibernacula in the crotches of one-year-old wood.
• Consider treatment for peach twig borer with environmentally sound material, or delay treatment
until bloom.
In orchards with varieties that retain leaves, monitor rust for possible spring treatment and take a first-year twig sample (green shoots) to monitor for scab infections.
• If scab infections are high, consider dormant or delayed-dormant treatments. Other pests you may see:
• Armillaria root rot (oak root fungus): mushrooms emerge during wet periods. • Pocket gophers (mound-building activity).
Mitigate pesticide effects on air and water quality.
Manage navel orangeworm:
• Be sure mummies are off trees by February 1. • Disc or flail mow mummies by March 15.
• Put out egg traps:
o Central and southern San Joaquin Valley by March 15
o Northern San Joaquin and Sacramento valleys by April 1
UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines - ALMOND
(11/12) Almond Year-Round IPM Program Annual Checklist iv Download this checklist at http://www.ipm.ucanr.edu/FORMS
Guidelines are available for:
Alfalfa
Almond
Apple
Apricot
Artichoke
Asparagus
Avocado
Bermudagrass Seed Production
Blueberry (NEW) Caneberries (Blackberry,
Raspberry)
Carrot
Celery
Cherry
Citrus (Grapefruit, Lemon, Orange)
Cole Crops (Broccoli, Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Cauliflower)
Corn
Cotton
Cucurbits (Melon, Pumpkin, Squash)
Dry Beans Eggplant Fig Floriculture Garlic (NEW) Grape Kiwifruit Lettuce Nectarine Olive
Onion
Ornamental Nurseries Peach
Pear
Pecan Peppermint Peppers Pistachio Plum Pomegranate Potato
Prune
Rice
Small Grains (Barley, Oats, Rye, Wheat)
Spinach
Strawberry (English and Spanish)
Sugarbeet Tomato Turfgrass Walnut
ALTERNARIA LEAF SPOT (11/12) Pathogen: Alternaria alternata
SYMPTOMS AND SIGNS
Alternaria leaf spot appears as fairly large brown spots on leaves, about 0.5 to 0.75 inches (12-18 mm) in diameter. The spots turn black as the fungus produces spores. Leaf spot develops most rapidly in June and July, and trees can be almost completely defoliated by early summer when the disease is severe. The disease appears to be most severe where dews form, humidity is high, and air is stagnant.
COMMENTS ON THE DISEASE
Alternaria leaf spot can occur on almond trees grown anywhere in the Central Valley, but rarely is it severe enough in the northern San Joaquin Valley to require treatment. It has been most serious on trees in the southern San Joaquin Valley and in the northern Sacramento Valley.
MANAGEMENT
The disease occurs first and is most severe on exposed leaves. Trees trained to an open and spreading canopy usually have more severe Alternaria leaf spot. Trees planted with rows in an east-west direction also have more severe disease than do orchard with rows planted north-south. Varieties that are most susceptible include Carmel, Sonora, Monterey, Winters, and Butte. Monitor for signs of the disease in April through June. If monitoring indicates the presence of Alternaria, begin late-spring treatments about mid-April. In orchards with a history of the disease, treat in mid- to late April and 2 to 3 weeks later.
A disease severity value or DSV model has been developed on tomato and modified for almond for forecasting Alternaria leaf spot. Index values are assigned for specific ranges of average temperatures during leaf wetness periods during a day. Apply fungicide if accumulated index values over a 7–day period reach a value of 10 or higher.
Mean temperature (C) during wetness 15–17
17.1–20
Leaf wetness duration (hours) 0–6 7–15 16–20 21 - 0–3 4–8 9–15 16–22 23+ 0–2 3–5 6–12 13–20 21+ 0–3 4–8 9–15 16–20 23+ 01234
20.1–25 25.1–29 DSV
In some orchards, Alternaria sp. resistance to quinone outside inhibitor (QoI) fungicides (also known as strobilurins) and succinate dehydrogenase inhibitor (SDHI) fungicides have been documented; do not use FRAC mode-of-action group number 7 or 11 fungicides in these orchards.
Common name Amount per acre R.E.I.‡ P.H.I.‡ (example trade name) (hours) (days)
The following materials are listed in order of usefulness in an IPM program. When choosing a pesticide, consider the general properties of the fungicide as well as information relating to fungicide resistance and environmental impact. Not all registered pesticides are listed. Always read the label of the product being used.
A. METCONAZOLE
25 COMMENTS: Do not make more than 4 applications per season and no more than two sequential applications before
(Quash) 1 2.5-3.5 oz 12 MODE-OF-ACTION GROUP NAME (NUMBER ): demethylation (sterol) inhibitor (3) rotation to a different mode of action fungicide.
B. POLYOXIN D ZINC SALT
(Ph-D) 1 6.2 oz 4 0 MODE-OF-ACTION GROUP NAME (NUMBER ): glucan synthesis (19)
COMMENTS: Do not make more than 3 applications per season and no more than two sequential applications before rotation to a different mode of action fungicide.
UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines - ALMOND
(11/12) Alternaria Leaf Spot 56 Illustrated version at www.ipm.ucanr.edu/PMG/selectnewpest.almonds.html
SUSCEPTIBILITY OF SPRING and SUMMER WEEDS to HERBICIDE CONTROL (11/12)
ANNUAL WEEDS
Barnyardgrass —NCCCPCCPCCCNPCCN Chickweed,Common CCCPCPCCCCCCPCCNP Crabgrasses PNCCCPCCNCCCPCCCN Fleabane, Hairy C C N P N P N C C N C C1 P P C N C Foxtails —NCCCNCCCCCCNCCCN Goosefoot,Nettleleaf CCCCCCPPCCCCPCPNC Horseweed C C N P N P N C C N C C1 P P C N C Junglerice —CCCCPC—PC—C1NP—CN Knotweed,Common CCCPCCCPCCPPPPPNN Lambsquarters,Common CCCPCCCPCCCCCPPNC Lettuce,Prickly CCCPNCNCCNCCCPCNC Mallow,Little CCPCNCPCNPCPCNCNN Nettle,Burning CCPCPCCNCNCNPPNNN Nightshades CCNCNCPCCNCCCCCNN Pigweeds CCCPCCCCCCCCCCCNN Puncturevine —CPCPPPPPPCCPCPNN Purslane,Common CCCCCCCCCCCCCCCNN Sandburs —NCPCNC—NC—CNP—CC Sowthistles CCCPNCNCCNCCCPCNN
Sprangletops Thistle,Russian PERENNIAL SEEDLINGS Bermudagrass Bindweed,Field Dallisgrass
—NPPPPNPPPCCPPPPN —CCCPPPNCPCCPCNNN
Dandelion
Dock,Curly
Johnsongrass CNPCPNPCPCCCNCCCP PERENNIAL PLANTS
Bermudagrass —NNPNNNNNNPCNPNPN Bindweed,Field NCNNPNNPNPPPNPPNP
Blackberries
Dallisgrass
Dandelion
Dock,Curly
Johnsongrass CNNNNNNPNPPCNNPPN Nutsedge,Yellow –NNPNNNPNNPPNNPNP
C = Control P = Partial control FLM = flumioxazin (Chateau)
GLU = glufosinate (Rely)
GLY = glyphosate (Roundup)1
ISO = isoxaben (Gallery)
N = No control — = No information
UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines - ALMOND
PREEMERGENCE POSTEMERGENCE
FLM ISO NAP NOR ORY OXY PEN RIM SIM TRI GLU GLY1 OXY PAR* RIM SET 24D*
—NCCCNCNPCCCPCNCN —CNNCCPPNCCCCCPNC —NPCCNC—CCCCNN—NN —CCNNCNCCNCCCNCNC —CPNPCCPCCCCCCPNC
——NNNNN-NN—CNN—NP —NNNNNN—NNPCNN—PN —CNNNNNPNN—PNNPNC —NNNNNNNNN—PNNNNC
* Permit required from county agricultural commissioner for purchase or use.
NAP = napropamide (Devrinol) NOR = norflurazon (Solicam) ORY = oryzalin (Surflan)
OXY = oxyfluorfen (GoalTender)
PAR
PEN = pendimethalin (Prowl H2O) SIM RIM = Rimsulfuron (Matrix FNV) TRI 1: Resistance to glyphosate is appearing.
= paraquat* (Gramoxone Inteon) SET
= sethoxydim (Poast) = simazine (Princep) = trifluralin (Treflan)
(11/12) Susceptibility of Spring and Summer Weeds to Herbicide Control 107 Illustrated version at www.ipm.ucanr.edu/PMG/selectnewpest.almonds.html
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Integrated Pest Management Manuals
Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Manuals are indispensable tools
for growers, consultants, and pest management instructors. Each book presents an ecologically sound IPM approach to solving pest problems.
Inside each volume you’ll find comprehensive chapters on insects
and mites, pathogens, weeds, nematodes, and vertebrates. We cover each significant pest’s identification, biology, and management, along with monitoring methods, treatment thresholds, biological controls, cultural practices, and the selective use of pesticides. You’ll also find important information on crop growth and development. The concepts presented are thoroughly explained and illustrated with detailed line drawings and charts and hundreds of the brilliant, high quality, color photographs that users of these manuals have come to expect.
IPM for Alfalfa Hay
1981. 96 pp.
3312 ISBN 978-0-931876-48-6
IPM for Almonds
—Second Edition
2002. 199 pp.
3308 ISBN 978-1-879906-52-5
$22.00
$32.00
IPM for Citrus
—Third Edition
2012. 270 pp.
3303 ISBN 978-1-60107-696-0 $40.00
“...the highly acclaimed IPM series from the Univ. of California statewide IPM program . . . practical, profusely illustrated, ‘must-have’ reference.”
~IPMnet News
IPM for Cotton in the Western Region of the United States —Second Edition
IPM for Apples & Pears
—Second Edition
1999. 232 pp.
3340 ISBN 978-1-879906-42-6 $30.00
IPM for Avocados
2008. 222 pp.
3503 ISBN 978-1-60107-420-1 $35.00
1996. 164 pp.
3305 ISBN 978-1-879906-30-3
$30.00
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IPM for Floriculture and Nurseries
2001. 422 pp.
3402 ISBN 978-1-879906-46-4 $45.00
IPM for Potatoes
—Second Edition
2006. 167 pp.
3316 ISBN 978-1-879906-77-8 $32.00
IPM for Rice
—Third Edition
2013. 98 pp.
3280 ISBN 978-1-60107-753-0 $27.00
“Beautifully illustrated . . . the color plates alone are worth the price!”
~CAPCA Newsletter
IPM for Small Grains
1990. 126 pp.
3333 ISBN 978-0-931876-91-2 $22.00
IPM for Stone Fruits
1999. 264 pp.
3389 ISBN 978-1-879906-36-5 $35.00
IPM for Strawberries
IPM for Walnuts
—Third Edition
2003. 136 pp.
—Second Edition
2008. 176 pp.
3351 ISBN 978-1-60107-489-8
IPM for Tomatoes
—Fourth Edition
1998. 118 pp.
3274 ISBN 978-1-879906-32-7
“Written in clear, succinct language with a minimum of technical terms ...”
~Bulletin of the Entomological Society of America
$30.00
$30.00
3270
ISBN 978-1-879906-62-4
$30.00
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Pesticide Use, & Safety Training
REVISED!
Forest and Right-of-Way Pest Control
—Second Edition
Volume 4 is a comprehensive guide to using pesticides and other pest control methods in forest and right-of-way situations. This is for anyone who is responsible
for pest control in forests, tree nurseries, Christmas tree farms, or along roads, railways, utility rights-of-way, bike paths, and hiking trails. 2013. 340 pp.
3336 ISBN 978-1-60107-830-8 $35.00
Wood Preservation
Volume 3
focuses on safe techniques
for using the minimum amount of wood preservation chemicals necessary to protect wood
from rot and insect damage, whether in the mill, at local construction sites, or on boats. 1992. 92 pp.
3335 ISBN 978-1-879906-05-1 $15.00
UC Pesticide Application Compendium (Volumes 1-9): These study and reference manuals belong on the bookshelf of anyone who routinely uses pesticides, supervises their use, or instructs others in the proper use of pesticides. Originally written for professionals studying for licensing and certification exams, everyone using pesticides will find them to be invaluable reference tools.
The Safe and Effective Use of Pesticides
—Second Edition
Residential, Industrial, and Institutional Pest Control—Second Edition
Volume 2 focuses on managing household, institutional, structural, food, and fabric pests, and on rodents,
birds, and weeds. This essential book is for pest control operators, building managers or homeowners. You’ll also find information on school IPM programs, including how to select safe and appropriate pesticides for school buildings. 2006. 242 pp.
3334 ISBN 978-1-879906-70-9 $30.00
In Volume 1 of the Compedium, you’ll find detailed information on training employees to select, use, handle, store, and dispose of pesticides safely and properly. Emphasizes worker protection, prevention of groundwater contamination, protection of endangered species and wildlife, and reduction of environmental problems. The principles described in this volume apply to all areas of pest control. 2000. 342 pp.
3324 ISBN 978-1-879906-43-3 $35.00
Plant Growth Regulators
A Study Guide for Agricultural Pest Control Advisers
Inside you’ll find an overview of plant growth regulators and their uses along with specific crops, the specific PGRs used in those crops, and how they are best applied. Included is information on PGRs used with fruit and nut crops, vegetable crops, field crops, citrus, ornamental plants and turfgrass, and grape production. You’ll also find a glossary and a series of helpful tables on common chemicals currently used in California as plant growth regulators. This is the recommended study guide for people studying for the California Pest Control Adviser License in the area of plant growth regulators (PGRs). Rev 2003. 45 pp.
4047 ISBN 978-1-60107-418-8 $10.00
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Aquatic Pest Control
If you oversee a lake, pond, or other aquatic environment—natural or man-made—this guide is
for you! Volume 5 is an easy-to-use reference manual covering diverse aquatic environments. Contains
over 150 photos and illustrations, 8 tables and 31 sidebars that expand on important points and provide calculation formulas. At the end of each chapter you’ll find review questions similar to those found on the DPR examinations. 2001. 168 pp.
3337 ISBN 978-1-879906-53-2 $30.00
Demonstration and Research Uses of Pesticides
Volume 6 is a thorough guide to using pesticides and pesticide application equipment in a demonstration or research setting, where chemicals generally are applied in much smaller quantities than in commercial use.
This is for anyone who works in pest control research, whether in education, government, or the private sector. Available as a PDF file by download only. 152 pp.
9001 ISBN 978-1-879906-64-8 $5.00
Landscape Maintenance Pest Control
Volume 7 is a complete guide to the management of weed, insect, pathogen,
and vertebrate pests in turf, landscape, and interiorscape situations ranging from parks and golf courses to indoor malls. Designed for professionals working in the public or private sector, it focuses especially on pesticide handling and important application procedures. Over 200 photos, line drawings, graphs, and sidebars illustrate key concepts and procedures. Study questions are included at the end of each chapter. 2006. 257 pp.
3493 ISBN 978-1-879906-71-6 $30.00
See pages 28 and 29
for a complete list of DPR and SPCB exam preparation materials available through ANR.
Lawn and Residential Landscape Pest Control: A Guide for Maintenance Gardeners
Volume 8 is for
all gardeners who
maintain a yard
or lawn. Practice
questions and
answers similar to the
questions that will be
on the Department of
Pesticide Regulation
(DPR) test are
included. Contains
250 photographs, 104 drawings, and 22 tables. 2009. 219 pp.
3510 ISBN 978-1-60107-560-4 $20.00
In Spanish
3510-S ISBN 978-1-60107-678-6 $20.00
Now includes a workbook to help you prepare for the exams!
Field Fumigation
Volume 9 is the official study guide for the field fumigation Qualified Applicator License (QAL) and Qualified Applicator Certificate (QAC) exams conducted by the California Department of Pesticide Regulation. Available as a PDF file by download only. 2009. 121 pp.
9005 ISBN 978-1-60107-632-8 $5.00
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Pesticide Applicator & PCA Exam Preparation
Study materials for the California Department of Pesticide Regulation’s Pest Control Adviser, Qualified Pesticide Applicator License (QAL), and Qualified Pesticide Applicator Certificate (QAC) examinations.
For a complete list of DPR’s recommended study materials go to www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/lictypes.htm
PCA
Laws, Regulations, and Basic Principles, Integrated Pest Management Principles; and All Categories
IPM in Practice, 2nd Ed.
3418 $35.00
Also see the PCA Helper at www.ipm.ucdavis.edu/PCA
D. VERTEBRATE PESTS
Wildlife Pest Control around Gardens and Homes, 2nd Ed. 21385 $25.00
E. WEED CONTROL
Weeds of California and Other Western States
3488 $80.00
F. DEFOLIATION
Harvest Aid Materials and Practices for California Cotton 4043e FREE
Available online at anrcatalog.ucanr. edu
G. PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS
Plant Growth Regulators
4047 $10.00
QAL & QAC
Laws, Regulations, and Basic Principles, and All Categories
The Safe and Effective Use of Pesticides, 2nd Ed.
3324 $35.00 (QAL, QAC)
A. RESIDENTIAL, INDUSTRIAL, AND INSTITUTIONAL
Residential, Industrial, and Institutional Pest Control, 2nd Ed. 3334 $30.00 (QAL, QAC)
H. SEED TREATMENT
Seed Treatment
2966 $1.00 (QAL, QAC)
J. DEMONSTRATION AND RESEARCH
Demonstration and Research Uses of Pesticides
9001 $5.00 (QAL, QAC) Available online at anrcatalog.ucanr.
B. LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE edu
Landscape Maintenance Pest Control
3493 $30.00
C. RIGHT-OF-WAY
(QAL, QAC)
Residential, Industrial, and Institutional Pest Control, 2nd Ed. 3334 $30.00 (QAL, QAC)
L. WOOD PRESERVATION
Wood Preservation
3335 $15.00 (QAL, QAC)
Q. MAINTENANCE GARDENER
Lawn and Residential Landscape Pest Control: A Guide for Maintenance Gardeners
3510 $20.00 (QAC)
Forest and Right-of-Way Pest Control, 2nd Ed.
3336 $35.00
E. FOREST
(QAL, QAC)
Forest and Right-of-Way Pest Control, 2nd Ed.
3336 $35.00
F. AQUATIC
(QAL, QAC)
Aquatic Pest Control
3337 $30.00 (QAL, QAC)
K. HEALTH RELATED
For more information on the DPR exams, including a complete list of suggested study materials (some available elsewhere), or for information on how to apply for the exams, contact your county agricultural commissioner (www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/county/comenu.htm) or DPR’s Licensing and Certification Program: Web: www.cdpr.ca.gov/ • Department of Pesticide Regulations Licensing and Certification Program: 1001 “I” Street, Third Floor, Sacramento, CA 95814 • Phone: (916) 445-4038
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Structural Pest Control Board Exam Preparation
Study materials for the California Structural Pest Control Board’s examinations available from ANR.
BRANCH 2
STRUCTURAL PEST CONTROL OPERATOR AND/OR FIELD REPRESENTATIVE
The Safe and Effective Use of Pesticides, 2nd Ed.
3324 $35.00
BRANCHES 1 OR 3
STRUCTURAL PEST CONTROL OPERATOR AND/OR FIELD REPRESENTATIVE
Residential, Industrial, and Institutional Pest Control, 2nd Ed.
3334 $30.00
BRANCHES 2 OR 3
APPLICATOR LICENSE
Residential, Industrial, and Institutional Pest Control, 2nd Ed.
3334 $30.00
The Safe and Effective Use of Pesticides, 2nd Ed.
3324 $35.00
Supplemental Reading
These ANR books are important references for any pest management professional.
The Structural Pest Control Board Licenses Structural Pest Control Professionals:
Structural Pest Control Board Licensing
1418 Howe Avenue, Suite 18
Sacramento, CA
www.pestboard.ca.gov
(916) 561-8704
Harvest Aid Materials and Practices for California Cotton
4043e FREE
Available online at anrcatalog.ucanr.edu
IPM in Practice: Principles and Methods of Integrated Pest Management, 2nd Ed. 3418 $35.00
Natural Enemies Handbook: The Illustrated Guide to Biological Pest Control 3386 $45.00
Available online at anrcatalog.ucanr.edu
Pests of Landscape Trees and Shrubs, 2nd Ed.
3359 $35.00
Landscape Pest Identification Cards
3513 $15.00
Plant Growth Regulators
4047 $10.00
UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines for Agricultural Crops, Floriculture, and Turf
FREE! See complete list on page 23. Available online at ipm.ucdavis.edu
Weeds of the West
3350 $35.00
Wildlife Pest Control around Gardens and Homes, 2nd Ed.
21385 $25.00
Weeds of California and Other Western States
3488 $80.00
Weed Pest ID Cards
3541 $18.75
UC IPM Manuals
See pages 24 & 25
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Additional Study Material
Natural Enemies Handbook:
The Illustrated Guide to Biological Pest Control
The Natural Enemies Handbook
has endured
as the most comprehensive guide to biological control agents ever made available to practitioners. Helps you
identify and understand the biologies of predators, parasites, pathogens, competitors, and antagonists that help control specific insect, pathogen, nematode, or weed pests.
This practical guide helps you identify and understand the biology of predators, parasites, pathogens, competitors, and antagonists
that help control specific insect, pathogen, nematode, or weed pests. Illustrated with more than 180 color photographs and
140 line drawings and black and white photographs. DPR test material (QAL and QAC) 1998. 54 pp.
3386 ISBN 978-1-879906-41-9 $45.00 (Paperback)
Now available in e-book formats!
9038 ISBN 978-1-60107-910-7 $25.00 (EPUB) 9037 ISBN 978-1-60107-910-7 $25.00 (MOBI/Kindle)
Wildlife Pest Control Around Gardens and Homes— Second Edition
Our indispensable guide to wildlife pests has been completely revised! Operating under the premise that it is the activity, not the species, that defines the pest, this handy guide will help you determine whether a control method is necessary—and
then offers management and control options.
The information presented is in keeping with the principles of integrated pest management and
offers the widest range possible of preventive and population reduction methods for common bird, mammal and reptile pests. From cliff swallows to rattlesnakes, bats to voles, deer to woodpeckers, this volume will help you identify, appraise, and monitor your wildlife pest situation. 2006. 122 pp.
DPR test material (QAL and QAC)
21385 ISBN 978-1-879906-67-9 $25.00
IPM in Practice—Second Edition
Principles and Methods of Integrated Pest Management
This manual from the UC Statewide IPM Program is the most comprehensive, practical field guide ever developed for setting up and carrying out an IPM program in any type of crop or landscape. The second edition features monitoring
and management technology updates, new methods for protecting the environment, new information on invasive pests and pesticide resistance, and over 160 color photos and hand-drawn 100 illustrations.
3418 ISBN 978-1-60107-785-1 $35.00
“. . . perhaps the most practical offering to date provides a highly comprehensive, eminently cogent, down-to-earth guide to field monitoring and pest management decision making.”
~IPMnet News
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Pesticide Safety
Pesticide Safety:
A Reference Manual for Private Applicators
—Second Edition
This manual covers information
essential for anyone using pesticides
on California farms, including
growers, managers, and employees.
The book uses a farm profile format
to review environmental and human
safety topics. Covers pesticide
labels, worker safety (handlers and
fieldworkers), how to mix and apply
pesticides, calibration, the hazards of
pesticide use including heat–related
illness, and pesticide emergencies.
Appendix includes sample training
forms for pesticide handlers and fieldworkers. A great resource for private applicator certification, with review questions in each chapter. Illustrated, easy-to-use format, now available in print format or as a downloadable PDF. 2006. 120 pp.
3383 ISBN 978-1-879906-83-9 $7.00 (Paperback) 9009 ISBN- 978-1-60107-867-4 $5.00 (PDF)
Also available in Spanish
Seguridad en el manejo de pesticidas—Second Edition 2007. 133 pp.
3394 ISBN 978-1-879906-84-6 $7.00 (Paperback)
9010 ISBN 978-1-60107-868-1 $5.00 (PDF)
Urban Pest Management
of Ants in California
Ants are among the most prevalent pests in urban areas. They invade households, restaurants,
hospitals, offices,
warehouses—
anywhere they
can find food
and water. Once
established,
colonies are
difficult to
control and
present a
formidable
challenge to the
pest management
professional. This new guide will aid pest control professionals in developing more effective, targeted, and greener solutions to urban ant problems. Illustrated with 77 color photographs, the guide covers status, identification and biology, and management strategies for the 4 major urban ant species as well as 16 frequently encountered species. 2010. 72 pp.
3524 ISBN 978-1-60107-664-9 $20.00
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Nutrition and Healthy Lifestyles
Download these FREE Canning & Food Preservation publications at anrcatalog.ucanr.edu!
Apples: Safe Methods to Store,
Preserve, and Enjoy . . . . . . . . . . .8229
Cantaloupe: Safe Methods to Store, Preserve, and Enjoy . . . . . . . . . . .8095
Garlic: Safe Methods to Store, Preserve,&Enjoy ............7231
Harvesting and Storing Your Home Orchard’s Nut Crop: Almonds, Walnuts, Pecans, Pistachios, & Chestnuts. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8005
Nuts: Safe Methods for Consumers
to Handle, Store, and Enjoy . . . . .8406
Nuts: Safe Methods for
Home Gardeners to Harvest,
Store, and Enjoy. . . . . . . . . . . . . .8407
Olives: Safe Methods for
Home Pickling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8267
Oranges: Safe Methods to Store,
Preserve, and Enjoy . . . . . . . . . . .8199
Peppers: Safe Methods to Store, Preserve,&Enjoy ............8004
Protecting Food Safety When Shooting, Field Dressing, Bringing a Deer Home, and Cutting the Carcass. . . . . . . .8204
Safe Methods of Canning Vegetables 8072
Strawberries: Safe Methods to Store, Preserve, and Enjoy . . . . . . . . . . .8256
Tomatoes: Safe Methods to Store, Preserve, and Enjoy . . . . . . . . . . .8116
NEW!
Healthy, Happy Families
All parents want to do what’s best for their children, but it’s not always easy. The Healthy, Happy Families curriculum provides useful information about how children develop, and tips for raising a healthy and happy child. Designed to supplement a nutrition education program for parents, the curriculum is composed of eight mini-lessons to help parents promote healthy eating habits in preschool-aged children including: begin healthy habits early, healthy routines, watching children grow, encouraging positive behavior, child’s play, cooking with kids, enjoying family meals, and trying new foods. Each lesson is designed to be 15-20 minutes long and includes fun and easy tips and suggestions so parents can implement their newly-acquired nutrition knowledge at home. When used properly, this program has been shown to significantly improve attitudes towards parenting and feeding children. 2012.
Healthy, Happy Families—Parent’s Edition
Package of ten 20-page parent workbooks.
21645 ISBN 978-1-60107-735-6 $15.00
Healthy, Happy Families—Educator’s Edition
21646 ISBN 978-1-60107-734-9 $15.00
Healthy, Happy Families Set
Includes one educator curriculum and 10 parent workbooks.
NEW!
Familia sana, familia feliz (Spanish Version)
2014. 20 pp.
21646 SET
$20.00
Parent workbooks in Spanish, sold in sets of 10.
21649 ISBN 978-1-60107-861-2 $15.00
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BESTSELLER!
EatFit Teacher’s Curriculum
—Fourth Edition
Designed to improve the eating and fitness choices of middle school students, it includes 9 lesson plans and enhancements, recipes, educational standards, references, and answer sheets for the EatFit Student Workbook. The curriculum also includes nutrition basics, Web-based diet analysis, and information about energy and calories, label reading,
exercise, fast food, the importance of breakfast, and a look at how media can influence food choices and body image. Designed to be used in conjunction with the
fun, magazine-formatted EatFit Student Workbook. 2009. 144 sheets.
3424 ISBN 978-1-60107-373-0 $18.00
EatFit Student Workbook
This fun, colorful, goal-oriented magazine challenges teens to improve their eating and fitness choices. Designed to be used as a handout when presenting the EatFit Curriculum. Sold in sets of 10. Rev. 2009. 19 pp.
3423 ISBN 78-1-60107-372-3 $12.00
If My Child is Overweight, What Should I Do
about It?
This colorful how-to guide for parents provides helpful, caring advice. Topics covered include how to tell whether your child is overweight, how to help a child avoid overeating, choosing healthy meals and snacks, increasing physical activity, and dealing with self-esteem and stigmatization issues; also includes a guide to healthy food options.
Rev. 2004. 28 pp.
21455 ISBN 978-1-60107-338-9 $5.00
Also available in Spanish
Si mi hijo tiene sobrepeso, ¿qué debo hacer?
21640 ISBN 978-1-60107492-8 $5.00
From the Farm to Your Table:
A Consumer’s Guide to Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
Have you ever wondered how to select the best fruits and vegetables at the grocery store, but you weren’t sure what you were looking for? This colorful handbook will help you select good- quality, healthy fruits and vegetables that are a vital part of your daily diet. You’ll learn why there is more to fruit and vegetable quality than meets the eye and how to handle your fresh produce at home to maintain quality and safety.
You’ll also learn how growing and harvesting factors can effect quality and the effect of growing locations and produce handling methods. Handy tables show
you the steps between the field and your table, which fruits and vegetables should be stored in the refrigerator and which should be stored on the counter, and what to look for when selecting produce at the market. After reading this guide you will feel confident picking out your favorite produce items at your local store or farmers’ market. 2009. 16 pp.
21643 ISBN 978-1-60107-610-6 $7.00
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Healthy Families
NEW!
Toddler Express: Newsletters
for You and Your Toddler
Children grow in the blink of an eye—but
they can’t do it alone! Designed for parents of
children ages 18 months to 3 years, the Toddler
Express newsletter series will help you better
understand your toddler and their various stages
of development. Learn about and enjoy the
wonders of toddlerhood just as your child is
experiencing these exciting developmental changes! This is the perfect extension of the Parent Express newsletters, which focus on newborns and infants. Suitable for parenting, child development, and in home-visitor programs at community and health organizations; they can also be used as mailings to clients. Call us for volume discounts.
Age-paced, printed version
This version consists of 5 printed newsletters organized chronologically by age. Each issue focuses on a different age range of toddlerhood, providing you with valuable information about specific areas of toddler development (thinking, social skills, physical growth, eating, and nutrition). This version is perfect for parents wanting to follow along as their children grow. 2012. 5 newsletters, 8 pages each.
21541T ISBN 978-1-60107-700-4 $15.00
Development based, electronic version
The electronic version contains 11 downloadable newsletters, each one focused on a special developmental topic: language, communication, independence, individuality, relationships, development, change, culture and family, child care, play, and school readiness. These newsletters deliver more targeted information on each developmental topic and are perfect for parents looking to learn more about their child’s development. 2012. 77 pp.
Download only
9006 ISBN 978-1-60107-823-0 $10.00 (PDF)
Parent Express: A Month- By-Month Newsletter for You and Your Baby
This set of fifteen 8-page newsletters has been a perennial favorite. The first three issues offer new parents to-be ideas on how to prepare your home and yourself
for a new baby in the family. Later issues
look at the baby’s development
month-by-month, with tips on
nutrition, care, play, and child
development to help you
understand your baby, plus useful hints
on taking good care of yourself along the way.
Rev. 2007. 120 pp.
21634 ISBN 978-1-879906-91-4 $10.00
Also available in Spanish
Noticias para los padres:
un boletín mensual sobre usted y su bebé
Rev 2008. 120 pp.
21639 $10.00
FREE PUBLICATIONS AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOAD!
Hundreds of free publications on topics including gardening, genetic engineering, organic vegetable production, and packing a healthy lunch for your preschooler are available online at www.anrcatalog.ucanr.edu. So whether you’ve got a 4-H project or a pest problem, a bumper crop of tomatoes from your home garden or a farm water management issue — Come visit us at www.anrcatalog.ucanr.edu for fast, reliable, answers!
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Un boletín mensUal sobre Usted y sU bebé
Publicación 21639
Boletín no 1 de 15
Contenido
Ser padre o madre por primera vez
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Noticias para los padres es una serie de 15 boletines que le ayudará a descubrir cómo crece y se desarrolla su bebé cada mes. Le brindará muchos detalles sobre los diferentes aspectos de la paternidad y la maternidad.
Papás...
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Noticias para los padres tratará acerca de usted y sus sentimientos como padre o madre primeriza. También le brindará consejos y sugerencias prácticas.
Los primeros tres boletines –
“Ser padre o madre por primera vez”, “Preparándose para el nacimiento” y “El recién nacido”– explican cómo pcorenpcaernatrrsaenpeanralaesl p“grrimanerdaísa”seymseanas de vida del recién nacido. Los msigeusideneltepsr1im2ebroalñetoindees vciudbarednelcbaedbaé.
Este primer año será muy importante para usted
y su bebé.
¡“Noticias para los padres” seestaeleagñroacdoenpuosdtedrecso!mpartir
¿Qué debe esperar?
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La alimentación de su bebé
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¡Ha llegado la hora!
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Tómese un descanso
En este primer boletín de Noticias para los padres, hablaremos sobre algunas cosas que usted debe tener en cuenta antes de que nazca su bebé.
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Cómo encontrar cuidado infantil de calidad
Ser padre o madre por primera vez puede ser muy emocionante. También puede causar un poco de temor. Su vida cambiará de muchas maneras. Cuanto más piense en estos cambios de antemano, sentirá que tiene más control sobre su vida.
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Dónde obtener ayuda
Queridos futuros padres:
¡Bienvenidos a Noticias para los padres!
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Contenido
Ser padre o madre por primera vez
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Noticias para los padres es una serie de 15 boletines que le ayudará a descubrir cómo crece y se desarrolla su bebé cada mes. Le brindará muchos detalles sobre los diferentes aspectos de la paternidad y la maternidad.
Papás...
3
Noticias para los padres tratará acerca de usted y sus sentimientos como padre o madre primeriza. También le brindará consejos y sugerencias prácticas.
Los primeros tres boletines –
“Ser padre o madre por primera vez”, “Preparándose para el nacimiento” y “El recién nacido”– explican cómo pcorenpcaernatrrsaenpeanralaesl p“grrimanerdaísa”seymseanas de vida del recién nacido. Los smigeusideneltepsr1im2ebroalñetoindees vciudbarednelcbaedbaé.
Este primer año será muy importante para usted
y su bebé.
¡“Noticias para los padres” seestaeleagñroacdoenpuosdtedrecso!mpartir
¿Qué debe esperar?
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La alimentación de su bebé
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¡Ha llegado la hora!
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Tómese un descanso
En este primer boletín de Noticias para los padres, hablaremos sobre algunas cosas que usted debe tener en cuenta antes de que nazca su bebé.
7
Cómo encontrar cuidado infantil de calidad
Ser padre o madre por primera vez puede ser muy emocionante. También puede causar un poco de temor. Su vida cambiará de muchas maneras. Cuanto más piense en estos cambios de antemano, sentirá que tiene más control sobre su vida.
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Dónde obtener ayuda
Queridos futuros padres:
¡Bienvenidos a Noticias para los padres!
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Publicación 21639
Boletín no 2 de 15
Contenido
Preparándose para
2
el nacimiento
El parto y el nacimiento
Queridos futuros padres: ¡Ya falta poco!
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No es demasiado temprano para qduesepusétsedepqieunesenaczócma oelvbaeabéc.uidarse
¿Dónde nacerá el bebé?
¿Le ha pedido... a algunas amigas y parientes que le ayuden con el bebé, sobre todo durante las primeras dos semanas?
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Dónde duerme el bebé La ropa del bebé
Papás, ¿han pensado tomar una licencia del trabajo? Es importante que ustedes se sientan incluidos en lo que está pasando.
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Seguridad en la cuna
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¡Tener un bebé es como empezar un trabajo nuevo! Por supuesto
que usted irá aprendiendo “en la práctica” después de que nazca el bebé. Este boletín de Noticias para los padres le ofrece información y sugerencias para suplementar lo que va a aprender por experiencia propia y le ayudará a prepararse para los días que se acercan.
¡Cuidado!
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Seguridad con los portabebés
Ahora que falta poco para que nazca
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Boletín no 4 de 15
Contenido
Un mes de edad
2
Durante este primer mes, usted
y su bebé pasarán mucho tiempo conociéndose. El bebé pasará la mayoría del tiempo durmiendo, llorando o comiendo. Usted pasará
la mayoría del tiempo tratando
de averiguar la mejor manera de satisfacer sus necesidades.
A veces usted se podrá sentir cansada y nerviosa, y hasta enojada. La mayoría de los padres se sienten así en algún momento. No se preocupe; estos sentimientos pasarán con el tiempo. Mamás y papás adolescentes: ¡Ustedes no están solos!
Como mamá o papá adolescente, usted puede tener preocupaciones especiales, como vivir con sus
padres, ser aceptado por sus amigos
o terminar los estudios. Si siente que necesita más orientación o consejos, solicite información en estos centros: • El director o consejero de su escuela secundaria le puede informar sobre programas
especiales para terminar sus
El registro de salud de su bebé
estudios mientras cuida a su bebé. • El programa local de vida
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familiar para adolescentes puede ofrecer ayuda y administración de casos para adolescentes embarazadas y con hijos. Comuníquese con el Departamento de Salud (Health Department) de su ciudad o condado.
¿Cómo es ser un bebé de 1 mes?
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La alimentación de su bebé
5
Los exámenes de salud de su bebé son importantes
6
La depresión posparto
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Cómo crear un álbum de recuerdos
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MILESTONES
What’s inside
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Milestones at 13 to 18 months
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Milestones at 19 to 24 months
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Milestones at 25 to 30 months
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Milestones at 31 to 36 months
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Preparándose para
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el nacimiento
El parto y el nacimiento
Queridos futuros padres: ¡Ya falta poco!
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No es demasiado temprano para dquesepusétsedepqieunesenaczócma oelvbaeabéc.uidarse ¿Le ha pedido... a algunas
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primeros
días.
Seguridad en la cuna
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un trabajo nuevo! Por supuesto
que usted irá aprendiendo “en la práctica” después de que nazca el bebé. Este boletín de Noticias para los padres le ofrece información y sugerencias para suplementar lo que va a aprender por experiencia propia y le ayudará a prepararse para los días que se acercan.
¡Cuidado!
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Seguridad con los portabebés
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Contenido
Siete meses de edad Una nueva independencia
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Queridos padres: ¡El mundo de su bebé está creciendo! ¿Ha notado que su bebé está fascinado con sus propias manos? ¿Y cómo hace un puño? ¿Cómo aplaude y t o j c u a n r l t e a l l a a s c a m r a a n c o o s n ? l ¿ o C s ó d me d o o l s e ? e A n c e a s t n a t a edad, ¡a su bebé le interesa todo! curUiostieddadpujuegdaenfdoomjeunetgaorsssuencillos con su bebé. Hagan palmas al
El mal humor y las frustraciones son parte del proceso de crecimiento
Su bebé se va a otra habitación para explorar y satisfacer su curiosidad. Él n o l a v e a u s t e d , s e a s u s t a y e m p i e z a
a gritar. O, usted sale del cuarto y su bebé empieza a llorar porque tiene miedo de estar separado de usted. O, sGerlietac,aenuonjajduogupeotreqyuennoololoppuuedede ever. ver o alcanzar, ¡y lo quiere tener ya!
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Juegos para los bebés
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ear Parents,
Your child is growing so fast! You should be proud of both yourself and your child, who has grown healthy and strong through the infant years. You may have noticed that others have started to call your child a “toddler” instead of a “baby” or an “infant.” Toddler Express is designed to help as you enter this new stage of development with your toddler.
Children grow and change rapidly during the toddler years. They are beginning to develop important skills that they will need for being successful later in life. As your toddler’s first and most important teacher, you will help him learn and think, interact with others, eat healthy, and be safe. To help prepare you for these exciting changes, this “Milestones” issue of Toddler Express gives you a summary of what to expect in each area of toddler development (thinking, social skills, physical growth, eating, and nutrition) from 13 to 36 months.
They can’t do it on their own! They need you to interact with them and
teach them the skills they need. You can read more about each of these areas of development in the Toddler Express newsletters. Remember that every toddler is unique. Even though most toddlers develop skills at similar ages, they each develop at their own pace.


Youth Development
Counselor-in-Training: Encouraging Youth Development
Outcomes at Camp
This camp manual offers a hands-on, “how-to-
do-it” approach in preparing teen Counselors-
in-Training (CITs) and adult staff to work with
elementary school-age campers. While written
with the 4-H program in mind, the material can be
used successfully by other agencies in training their
CITs. Contains 9 educational sessions, each takes
approximately one hour to complete. Each session
contains trainer information, an introduction, an
icebreaker, an interactive activity that explores the
session topic, questions and discussion topics,
handouts and training aids, and a fieldwork
activity. Published jointly with Healthy Learning. The companion CD contains all of the handouts and training ads so duplication is a snap. 2010. 138 pp.
3521 ISBN 978-1-60679-105-9 $24.95
Creek Watchers: Exploring the Worlds of
Creeks & Streams
This book explores the impact that land use near a creek has on the health of plants and animals through learning about street runoff, pollutants, erosion, water quality, water flow, and debris. Readers will also learn how to identify trees found near creeks and how creek organisms adapt to survive in a changing environment. 2001. 89 pp.
Free downloadable PDF’s
From the Animal’s Point of View Series
Rabbits: From the Animal’s Point of
View, Complete (Parts 1 through 5)
Rabbits: From the Animal’s Point of View Series is a 4H Youth Development curriculum that introduces youth to many aspects of rabbit care. 2009. 127 pp. 8389
Swine: From the Animal’s Point of View, Complete
(Parts 1 through 5)
This curriculum will
introduce the many
aspects of pig
behavior, needs and
care to youth ages
9–11 who have an
interest in learning
about swine but who
may have limited or no experience raising livestock. (This is not a guide to raising swine for market or exhibition.)
2014. 118 pp. 8506
Sheep: From the Animal’s Point of
View, Complete (Parts 1 through 5)
This curriculum will introduce the many aspects of sheep behavior, needs and care to youth ages 9–11
who have an interest in
learning about sheep but who may have limited or no experience raising livestock. (This is
not a guide to raising swine for market or exhibition.)
2014. 102 pp. 8507
S W I N E : From the Animal’s Point of View Subject Overview and
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backgrOund infOrmatiOn
Swine were first domesticated by humans 9,000 to 10,000 years ago, and the swine that we are most familiar with
today probably are descendants of wild pigs from Europe
and Southeast Asia. However, history shows that humans
had a much earlier association with swine. Human artifacts, including carvings and paintings, that depict pigs date back as far as 25,000 years.
What Does It Mean to Be a Pig?
Today swine are, in one way or another, a part of most people’s lives. Swine meat (pork) is the most commonly consumed meat in the world; the leather that we find used
for a variety of consumer goods (e.g., gloves, luggage, balls) is made from swine hides; and the stiff hair from swine is used to make bristles for brushes. Additionally, swine are becoming popular as pets. These intelligent animals can be house trained and make very good companions. Swine are social animals, living in groups with an established “pecking order” or social hierarchy based mainly on size and gender. This hierarchy is maintained throughout a pig’s life and it must be taken into account when feeding swine because the dominant animal will push others out the way if it can, resulting in a lack of nourishment for the weaker animals.
MARTIN H. SMITH, Cooperative Extension Youth Curriculum Development Specialist, University of California, Davis; CHERYL L. MEEHAN, Staff Research Associate, UC Davis; JUSTINE M. MA, Program Representative, UC Davis; NAO HISAKAWA, Student Assistant, Veterinary Medicine Extension, UC Davis; H. STEVE DASHER, 4-H Youth and Community Development Advisor, UC Cooperative Extension, San Diego County; JOE D. CAMARILLO, 4-H Youth and Community Development Advisor, UCCE, Madera County; and UC Davis Undergraduate Curriculum Development Teams.
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What Does It Mean to Be a Sheep?
Our society is more urban than rural, and few of our popula- tion ever come into direct contact with farm livestock such
as sheep. Most people have used a common product from sheep—wool—at some time in their lives, but there is much more to know about sheep than most people realize. Wild and domesticated sheep can be broken down into many species, and there are several breeds of domesticated
sheep, such as Merino and Rambouillet. Domesticated sheep do not just provide us with wool—we also use them for milk, meat, hides, and much more.
Sheep can live in almost any environment, from des- erts to meadows to snowy pastures. They are very social animals and are most comfortable within a flock. They are uneasy when outside of a flock, and they may exhibit some distress when new sheep are introduced to their flock. Research has shown that sheep have the ability to learn and remember the faces of other sheep through a process that is remarkably similar to the way humans form a memory of another person’s face. When new sheep arrive in a flock, the rest of the flock regards them as strangers! Sheep are also very timid animals and are inclined to flee danger whenever a perceived threat comes within the flight zone of the flock.
MARTIN H. SMITH, Cooperative Extension Youth Curriculum Development Specialist, University of California, Davis; CHERYL L. MEEHAN, Staff Research Associate, UC Davis; JUSTINE M. MA, Program Representative, UC Davis; NAO HISAKAWA, Student Assistant, Veterinary Medicine Extension, UC Davis; H. STEVE DASHER, 4-H Youth and Community Development Advisor, UC Cooperative Extension, San Diego County; JOE D. CAMARILLO, 4-H Youth and Community Development Advisor, UCCE, Madera County; and UC Davis Undergraduate Curriculum Development Teams.
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Sheep roamed freely until they were domesticated in central Asia around 10,000 B.C. The main products they supply for humans are meat, wool, and milk. Sheep are among the most versatile of animals and are capable
of living in many different climates. They are known
to survive in the harsh elements of the earth’s poles,
in rainforests, and in arid conditions found in deserts. Like many ruminants, sheep like to forage; they spend approximately 8 to 12 hours grazing every day. When grazing, they may travel several kilometers per day.
Sheep Housing: Designing a Sheep Habitat
Humans control the food supply, breeding, and territory of domesticated sheep. There are two sets of practices associated with raising sheep: the Extensive System and the Intensive System. The Extensive System
is a closer approximation of the habitat of wild sheep
and involves raising flocks on large sections of land and allowing the sheep to graze with relative freedom. In the Unites States, approximately 6 million sheep are raised this way. The Intensive System involves confining the sheep to a smaller area of land and exercising greater control over their feeding.
MARTIN H. SMITH, Cooperative Extension Youth Curriculum Development Specialist, University of California, Davis; CHERYL L. MEEHAN, Staff Research Associate, UC Davis; JUSTINE M. MA, Program Representative, UC Davis; NAO HISAKAWA, Student Assistant, Veterinary Medicine Extension, UC Davis; H. STEVE DASHER, 4-H Youth and Community Development Advisor, UC Cooperative Extension, San Diego County; JOE D. CAMARILLO, 4-H Youth and Community Development Advisor, UCCE, Madera County; and UC Davis Undergraduate Curriculum Development Teams.
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Pigs are unique in the sense that they are the only large mammals that can be found on every continent of the world, in a variety of sizes and breeds, and that they are both wild and domesticated. Pigs have keen senses and instincts; furthermore, they are intelligent, clean, and easily trained.
Pig Housing: Designing a Swine Habitat
Despite differences in breeds and in the places they live, all pigs share a number of traits and behaviors in common. Pigs wallow as a means of keeping cool and protecting their skin, they explore their environment by digging and rooting in the ground, and they are very social animals.
Wild pigs live in forests, meadows, and swamps and have adapted to survive in their environment by becoming good swimmers, nocturnal (nighttime) hunters/foragers, and by establishing social hierarchies within their groups.
The domestication of pigs, which began around 10,000 years ago, involves a more controlled environment where
the animals rely on a person to care for them by providing appropriate food, water, and shelter. However, domesticated pigs exhibit wallowing and rooting behaviors like their wild relatives and these behaviors should be considered when creating pig housing areas.
MARTIN H. SMITH, Cooperative Extension Youth Curriculum Development Specialist, University of California, Davis; CHERYL L. MEEHAN, Staff Research Associate, UC Davis; JUSTINE M. MA, Program Representative, UC Davis; NAO HISAKAWA, Student Assistant, Veterinary Medicine Extension, UC Davis; H. STEVE DASHER, 4-H Youth and Community Development Advisor, UC Cooperative Extension, San Diego County; JOE D. CAMARILLO, 4-H Youth and Community Development Advisor, UCCE, Madera County; and UC Davis Undergraduate Curriculum Development Teams.
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Introduction to Poultry For Youth-Ages 5 to 8
This fun publication from the California 4-H program provides an outline so that youth can learn about birds by doing. Provides outlines for learning opportunities for youth who do not own birds, as well as materials that can be used with youth who do. Concepts covered in the five sessions include learning how to identify wild and domestic birds, exploring eggs, and understanding numerous human-poultry connections. 2007. 54 pp.
4H-2061 ISBN 978-1-60107-448-5 $12.00
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Pig Care and Responsibility
There is a lot to know about the raising of and caring for a pig. Having a pig is a big responsibility and you need to understand its behavior, housing requirements, nutritional needs, and aspects of its health care in order to prevent injury or disease. Knowledge of these essential facts is the foundation to becom- ing a successful pig caretaker. By applying this knowledge carefully and thoughtfully, you can properly maintain the health and well-being of your pig and ensure it a high quality of life. Concepts and Vocabulary
• Care: Having concern for someone or something, which leads to tending or overseeing that person or thing.
• Responsibility: Being accountable for one’s actions or
behaviors.
Life Skills
Critical thinking, decision making, disease prevention, problem solving, sharing
Subject Links
Science, Language Arts
MARTIN H. SMITH, Cooperative Extension Youth Curriculum Development Specialist, University of California, Davis; CHERYL L. AMssEisEtHanAt,NV,etSetraifnfaRreysMeaerdchiciAnsesoEcxitaetnes,iUonC,DUaCviDs;aJvUis;SHTI.NSTEEMV.EMDA,SPHroEgRra,m4-RHepYroeustehntaantdivCe,oUmCmDuanvitisy;DNeAveOloHpmISenAtKAAdWvisAor,,SUtuCdent Cooperative Extension, San Diego County; JOE D. CAMARILLO, 4-H Youth and Community Development Advisor, UCCE, Madera County; and UC Davis Undergraduate Curriculum Development Teams.
Overview of Activity
This activity, entitled Pig Responsibility, provides different scenarios that involve issues relating to caring for and raising a pig. Youth will need to use the knowledge they have gained from the previous publications in this curriculum as they read the scenarios and answer questions concerning the proper care of pigs. Youth will discuss, reflect, and suggest alternative solutions for each scenario.
Partially funded through a grant from the Wells Fargo Foundation.
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Prevention is the best solution to fighting diseases in sheep. Unlike wild sheep, domesticated sheep have no choice in their environment. Hence, it is important for caretakers to keep the sheep’s enclosure clean and as free as possible from harmful bacteria and viruses. Caretakers may also choose to vaccinate their sheep against common diseases such as tetanus and enterotoxemia.
Sheep Disease
However, vaccination is not the solution to all sheep diseases. Parasite control is also very important. Diseases can also be prevented through proper nutrition. Many diseases are caused by nutrient deficiencies or excesses of certain feeds. Though sheep are susceptible to many diseases and illnesses, youth can take an active role in preventing disease by simply monitoring their sheep on a daily basis.
Once youth understand what to expect from a healthy sheep in terms of its behavior and physical characteristics, they can recognize abnormal symptoms and non-vocal signals that sheep exhibit if they become ill.
MARTIN H. SMITH, Cooperative Extension Youth Curriculum Development Specialist, University of California, Davis; CHERYL L. MEEHAN, Staff Research Associate, UC Davis; JUSTINE M. MA, Program Representative, UC Davis; NAO HISAKAWA, Student Assistant, Veterinary Medicine Extension, UC Davis; H. STEVE DASHER, 4-H Youth and Community Development Advisor, UC Cooperative Extension, San Diego County; JOE D. CAMARILLO, 4-H Youth and Community Development Advisor, UCCE, Madera County; and UC Davis Undergraduate Curriculum Development Teams.
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AnnualBluegrass................7464 Anthracnose ...................7420 Ants .........................7411 Aphids .......................7404 AppleScab ....................7413 AsianCitrusPsyllid.............74155 AvocadoLaceBug..............74134
BagradaBug ..................74166 BarkBeetles....................7421 Bats.........................74150 BedBugs......................7454 BeeandWaspStings.............7449 Bermudagrass ..................7453 Biological Control and
NaturalEnemies.............74140 Birds on Tree Fruits and Vines . . . . .74152 Black Scale . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74160 Black Widow and Other
WidowSpiders..............74149 BordeauxMixture...............7481 BoxelderBugs.................74114 Brown Marmorated Stink Bug . . . . .74169 Brooms......................74147 Brown Recluse and Other
RecluseSpiders ..............7468 Burning and Stinging Nettles . . . . . .74146
California Ground Squirrel . . . . . . .7438 CaliforniaOakworm.............7422 CarpenterAnts.................7416 CarpenterBees .................7417 CarpetBeetles .................7436
Carpenterworm................74105 CatchweedBedstraw............74154 Chickweeds...................74129 ClearwingMoths................7477 CitrusLeafminer...............74137 CliffSwallows..................7482 ClothesMoths .................7435 Clovers .......................7490 Cockroaches...................7467 CodlingMoth..................7412 CommonGroundsel............74130 CommonKnotweed .............7484 CommonPurslane ..............7461 ConenoseBugs.................7455 CottonyCushionScale...........7410 Coyotes......................74135 Crabgrass .....................7456 Creeping Woodsorrel and
BermudaButtercup ...........7444
Dallisgrass.....................7491 Damping-Off Diseases
intheGarden...............74132 Dandelions ....................7469 Deer ........................74117 DeerMouse...................74161 DelusoryParasitosis .............7443 Dodder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7496 DrywoodTermites...............7440
Earwigs......................74102 ElmLeafBeetle.................7403 EucalyptusLonghornedBorers.....7425 Eucalyptus Redgum Lerp Psyllid. . . .7460 Eucalyptus Tortoise Beetle. . . . . . . .74104 EyeGnats....................74164
FalseChinchBug ..............74153 FieldBindweed.................7462 FireBlight ....................7414
Fleas.........................7419 Flies .........................7457 Fruittree Leafroller on Ornamental
and Fruit Trees. . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7473 Fungus Gnats, Shore Flies, Moth Flies,
and March Flies . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7448
GiantWhitefly .................7400 Glassy-winged Sharpshooter. . . . . . .7492 Goldspotted Oak Borer. . . . . . . . . .74163 Gophers ......................7433 Grasshoppers .................74103 GreenKyllinga .................7459 Ground Squirrel, California . . . . . . .7438
Hackberry Woolly Aphid . . . . . . . .74111 HeadLice .....................7446 Hiring a Pest Control Company. . . . .74125 HoboSpider...................7488 HopliaBeetle...................7499 HorsehairWorms ...............7471 HouseMouse ..................7483
IndianWalkingSticks...........74157 InvasivePlants ................74139
Kikuyugrass ...................7458
LaceBugs .....................7428 Lawn Diseases: Prevention
and Management . . . . . . . . . . . . .7497 LawnInsects...................7476 LeafCurl......................7426 LeaffootedBug ................74168 Leafrollers.....................7473 Lizards ......................74120 Lyme Disease in California . . . . . . . .7485
Mallows......................74127 MeadowMice(Voles) ............7439
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Millipedes and Centipedes . . . . . . . .7472 Mistletoe......................7437 Moles .......................74115 Mosquitoes....................7451 MothorDrainFlies.............74167 Mushrooms and Other Nuisance
FungiinLawns .............74100 MyoporumThrips..............74165
Nematodes ....................7489 Nutsedge..................... 7432
OakPitScales..................7470 OleanderLeafScorch ............7480 OliveFruitFly ................74112 OliveKnot ...................74156 Opossum.....................74123
Palm Diseases in the Landscape . . .74148 PantryPests....................7452 PeachLeafCurl.................7426 Perennial Pepperweed. . . . . . . . . . .74121 Pesticidas: uso seguro y eficaz
enelhogaryenjardines ......74138 Pesticides: Safe and Effective Use
intheHomeLandscape.......74126 Phytophthora Root and Crown
RotintheGarden............74133 PitchCanker..................74107 Plantains......................7478 PocketGophers.................7433 PoisonHemlock...............74162 PoisonOak....................7431 Powdery Mildew on Fruits
andBerries..................7494 Powdery Mildew on Ornamentals. . .7493 Powdery Mildew on Vegetables. . . . .7406
Psyllids.......................7423 Puncturevine..................74128
Rabbits .......................7447 Racoons......................74116 Rats.........................74106 Rattlesnakes ..................74119 Redhumped Caterpillar. . . . . . . . . . .7474 RedImportedFireAnt ...........7487 Removing Honey Bee Swarms and
EstablishedHives............74159 Roses in the Garden and
Landscape: Cultural Practices
andWeedControl............7465 Roses in the Garden and
Landscape: Diseases and
AbioticDisorders.............7463 Roses in the Garden and Landscape:
Insect and Mite Pests
andBeneficials...............7466 RussianThistle .................7486
Scales ........................7408 Scorpions ....................74110 SequoiaPitchMoth..............7479 SilverfishandFirebrats...........7475 Sixspotted Spider Mite
onPlumeria................74141 Skunks ......................74118 SnailsandSlugs ................7427 Soil Solarization for Gardens
andLandscapes .............74145 SootyMold...................74108 SpiderMites ...................7405 Spiders .......................7442 SpottedSpurge.................7445
Spotted Wing Drosophilia. . . . . . . .74158 Springtails....................74136 SquashBugs..................74144 Sudden Oak Death in California. . . .7498 SycamoreScale.................7409
Termites ......................7415 Thrips........................7429 TreeSquirrels .................74122
Voles(MeadowMice) ............7439
WalnutHuskFly................7430 Weed Management in Landscapes . .7441 Weed Management in Lawns . . . . .74113 Whiteflies .....................7401 WildBlackberries...............7434 WildPigs.....................74170 Windscorpion..................7495 Wood-boring Beetles in Homes. . . . .7418 Wood Decay Fungi in Landscapes . .74109 Wood Wasps and Horntails . . . . . . .7407 Woodpeckers .................74124 WoodyWeedInvaders ..........74142
Yellowjackets and Other
SocialWasps ................7450
YellowStarthistle................7402
Zoropsis Spinimana,
A Mediterranean Spider . . . . . . .74143
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