Original source: UC ANR Employee News
CAPCA honors Wilen for "Outstanding Contribution to Agriculture"
Cheryl Wilen, UCCE integrated pest management advisor emeritus for San Diego, Orange and Los Angeles counties, received the 2020 Outstanding Contribution to Agriculture award by the California Association of Pest Control Advisers (CAPCA).
The Outstanding Contribution to Agriculture award recognizes individuals or organizations that have made a significant contribution to California agriculture. The former leader of UC ANR's Endemic and Invasive Pests and Diseases Strategic...
- Posted by: Gale Perez
** From the Western IPM Center October 2020 newsletter **
An potential option for xeriscaped yards
Low-Dose Electricity Shows Promise as a Non-Chemical Option for Weed Control
Start with a heaping helping of weeds in an orchard owned by an electrical engineer, then add in a weed.../h3>
- Author: Gale Perez
I just got an e-mail from UC ANR (Agriculture & Natural Resources) about the two revised (weed science) publications. They're free!
- Author: Gale Perez
The UC Statewide IPM Program, which is a part of the Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources, is hiring for an Urban IPM Educator. This position is part of the Urban and Community IPM unit. Under the direction of the Associate Director for Urban & Community IPM, the Urban IPM Educator will support the urban IPM outreach and education program by coordinating activities, carrying out train-the-trainer educational programs, working with UC ANR academics and staff, developing materials, and delivering information to urban audiences throughout the state through a variety of mechanisms. The Educator participates in program planning and supports the efforts of the Associate Director to...
- Author: Cheryl A. Wilen
In what has been dubbed “dandelion-gate,” members of the Washington State legislature spent 20 minutes complaining about weeds on the capital's lawn “In all the years I've been here I've never seen so many dandelions all over,” Sen. Mike Padden (R) said. “Is it your policy not to treat dandelions?” The department responsible for landscaping responded that the legislature cut its budget and now it only has 15 people covering the nearly 500 acre campus.
More and more, cities and public agencies are being asked to review and revise (and in some cases develop) their pesticide use policies. Often...