Endemic and Invasive Pests and Diseases Publications
California Agriculture special issue
Across the United States, endemic and invasive pests are a growing problem that costs billions of dollars each year in direct damage and funding for pest management programs. In California, UC ANR researchers collaborate with state and federal agencies to contain and manage pests such as glassy-winged sharpshooter, European grapevine moth and herbicide-resistant weeds.
Publications for Download
- Educational materials on Asian Citrus Psyllid
- California Agriculture journal special edition, April -June 2014
- Aquatic invasive pest species field cards: Deck of 10 pocket-sized laminated cards intended for field employees of agencies, such as parks, public works and watershed protection. Cards are also suitable for people who engage in recreation, agriculture, research or education in and around lakes, streams and wetlands. A limited supply of single copies is available upon request from Leigh Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org ($5 shipping and handling).