- Posted by: Gale Perez
Thanks to Jim Farrar for sharing the announcement below. There are talks on CHEATGRASS and VENTENATA on Feb. 26.
SCIENCEx Invasive Species webinars
US Forest Service is hosting a week-long series of webinars on invasive pests: https://www.fs.fed.us/research/sciencex-webinars/
When: February 22-26, 2021 :: 12:30-1:30 Pacific / 1:30-2:30 Mountain / 2:30-3:30 Central / 3:30-4:30...
If you missed the Managing Weeds in Grasslands and Rangelands in the Context of Fire in California webinar on Nov. 18, 2020 (9 AM-12 noon PST), you're in luck. We have the recordings of each presentation here.
Managing Weeds in Grasslands and Rangelands
in the Context of Fire in California
Click for FULL WEBINAR recording
Moderator ▪ Whitney Brim-DeForest, Sutter-Yuba County...
- Posted by: Gale Perez
Mark your calendar...
Managing Weeds in Grasslands and Rangelands in the Context of Fire in California
The latest information on weed control and fire will be presented at the Managing Weeds in Grasslands and Rangelands in the Context of Fire in California webinar on Wednesday, November 18, 2020. The lineup of UC Cooperative Extension (UCCE) and UC Davis experts will discuss how fire interacts with plant communities in rangeland ecosystems, how grassland management influences fire severity and how management practices impact post-fire vegetation recovery.
From the Lassen county Farm Advisor's Update newsletter (Aug. 2020)
Highlighting Two Uncommon Noxious Weeds
Let's keep them uncommon!
There are two species of noxious weeds I want to bring to your attention, as they are not that common in our area: rush skeleton weed (Chondrilla juncea) and sulfur cinquefoil (Potentilla recta). Both of these perennial species have relatively small populations in the Intermountain...
- Author: Chris McDonald
Wildland herbicide applicators in California have to be licensed or have be supervised in the field by a licensed applicator. The California Department of Pesticide Regulation (DPR) requires all license holders to complete continuing education hours every two years and the amount depends on the license type. Most wildland herbicide applicators have a QAL or QAC license and for those license types DPR requires 20 total hours of CE every two years with at least 4 hours of laws and regulations hours (however please review the DPR website for complete information because there are some exceptions (https://www.cdpr.ca.gov/docs/license/liccert.htm and see here for general...