- Author: Randall Oliver, UC Statewide IPM Program Communications Coordinator
Published on: January 18, 2023
Early detection increases the chances of eradicating pests
Trees provide shade to keep us cool, produce oxygen for us to breathe and calm our nerves. Numerous studies have demonstrated that even brief contact with trees and green spaces can provide significant human health benefits such as reductions in blood pressure and stress-related hormones. Trees also reduce noise and visual pollution, help manage storm water runoff, reduce erosion and provide habitat for birds and wildlife. Trees naturally capture carbon, helping to offset the forces of climate change. They also increase the value of our...
Public Value: UCANR: Protecting California's natural resources
Tags: goldspotted oak borer (2), invasive shothole borers (1), red striped palm weevil (1), Statewide IPM Program (1)
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