We are pleased to announce our new YouTube playlist for the Urban & Community IPM Webinars. Currently available recordings include:
- What is IPM?
- Navigating the UC IPM Website and New Features
- Springtime Household Pests
- Plant Diseases and Abiotic Disorders
Additional webinar recordings are coming soon! Subscribe to our
Now is the time for planting cool-season vegetables like broccoli, carrots, and spinach. We are pleased to share new pest management resources for other cool season vegetables including beets, chard, radishes or turnips. If you're planting herbs, we've also added basil,
The next Urban & Community IPM webinar will be Thursday, September 16, 2021 at 1:00pm. This month's topic is Identifying Insect Pests in the Home and Garden, presented by Elaine Lander. Our webinars are free and open to the public, but be sure to register in advance! All webinar information and registration links are available on our webinar website.
- Sept 16: Learn to identify insect...
Two identical looking species of wood-boring beetles, collectively known as invasive shothole borers (ISHB), have killed thousands of trees in Southern California and pose an ongoing threat to California's urban and wildland forests. These beetles, which are not native to the United States, were first identified in Los Angeles County in 2012 and have since spread to six other counties: Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego, Santa Barbara, and Ventura.
Beetles, Fungus, and Impact
The polyphagous shothole borer (Euwallacea fornicatus) (Figure 1) and the Kuroshio shothole borer (Euwallacea kuroshio) are small ambrosia beetles that have a symbiotic relationship with several species.../h2>