Added September 8, 2022
By Julie Clark, Community Education Specialist III Goldspotted borer (GSOB) is a beetle invasive to oaks in California. Infestations have ravaged oak woodlands in San Diego and Riverside counties the last 12 years and in Anaheim Hills,...
Added May 9, 2022
UCCE Ventura collaborated in this first annual three-day event held at the Museum of Ventura - Agricultural Museum April 22-24. Ventura County Agricultural Commissioner/Weights & Measures (VC-AC/WM) initiated and directed the show, with...
Added February 18, 2022
Author: Petr Kosina, UC Statewide IPM Program To raise awareness of pesticide safety practices, February is celebrated as National Safety Education Month. This year the University of California Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program...
Added October 7, 2021
Written by-- Petr Kosina, UC Statewide IPM Program A brand-new online course on Diagnosing Herbicide Injury focusing on how an herbicide injury situation can arise, what information can help diagnose symptoms during field...
Added October 7, 2021
Written By--Petr Kosina, UC Statewide IPM Program A brand-new online course on Diagnosing Herbicide Injury focusing on how an herbicide injury situation can arise, what information can help diagnose symptoms during field...
2020 Thelma Hansen Research Symposium & Post Fire Food Safety Workshop Presentations
- Sustainability through Sound Fertilization and Irrigation Practices--Andre Biscaro
- Fusarium Wilt in Celery and Cilantro in Ventura County-Dr. Lynn Epstein
- Take-home Messages: 20 years of Soil Health Research in California's San Joaquin Valley-Dr. Jeffrey Mitchell
- Soil Health Assessment and Management--Lessons from the Arid and Semiarid Southwest-Dr. John Idowu
- Other resources by Dr. Idowu:
Soil Health—Importance,Assessment, and Management
Short-term Conservation Tillage Effects on Corn Silage Yields
Short Term Impacts of Pecan Waste By Products on Soil Quality in Texturally Different Arid Soils
Seasonal Changes of Soil Quality Indicators
Post Fire Food Safety Workshop:
High Heat Advisory!
High Heat guidance issued by Cal/OSHA:
- When the temperature exceeds 80° F, please see pages 1 to 14
- When the temperature exceeds 95° F, please see page 15 to 39
2022: Local Food: Shortening the Supply Chain & Reducing Food Waste Webinar Recordings
April 26: Current Status and Developments in the Food Supply Chain
April 27: Regional and Local Food Systems
April 28: Reducing Food Waste
2021: Climate Change: What Does it Mean for Southern California Webinar Recordings
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