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Karrie Reid

Area Environmental Horticulture Advisor
Cooperative Extension San Joaquin County
2101 East Earhart Avenue, Suite 200
Stockton, CA 95206
209-953-6109
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Education

M.S. Horticulture and Agronomy, UC Davis. 2007
B.S. Biology, UC Santa Cruz. 1982

Specialty

Landscape Horticulture/Water Conservation

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Bibliography

Peer Reviewed

  • Reid, K.; Gable, M. (2020). University-trained volunteers use demonstration gardens as tools for effective and transformative community education. Acta Hortic. ISHS. 1298, 85-90. December. https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.2020.1298.13
  • Reid, K.; Sisneroz, J., et al. (2019). Evaluating landscape rose performance on reduced irrigation. Acta Hortic. 1232, 151-156. https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.2019.1232.23
  • Hartin, J.; Fujino, D., et al. (2019). UC ANR research and education influences landscape water conservation and public policy. California Agriculture. 73:1, 25-32. Feb. 1. https://doi.org/10.3733/ca.2018a0041
  • Reid, K.; Fujino, D., et al. (2018). Maintaining urban landscape health and services on reduced irrigation: a multi-site study in best management practices. Acta Hortic. 1215, 175-180.
  • Hartin, J.S.; D.W., Fujino, et al. (2018). Water Requirements of Landscape Plants Studies Conducted by the University of California Researchers. HortTechnology. 28:4, 422-426. Aug.
  • Oki, L.R., Reid, K. and Sisneroz, J. (2016). Landscape plant irrigation trials©. Acta Hortic. 1140, 145-150. DOI: 10.17660/ActaHortic.2016.1140.3. https://doi.org/10.17660/ActaHortic.2016.1140.31

  • Reid, K.; Oki, L. (2013). "Irrigation and climate zone trials of perennial plants for sustainable landscapes." Acta Horticulturae (ISHS - International Society of Horticultural Science) 980: 95-102.
  • Reid, K.; Oki, L. (2008). "Field trials identify more native plants suited to urban landscapes." California Agriculture 62(3): 97-104.

Non-Peer Reviewed

  • Reid, K. (2021). Finding Balance in a World of Pests. California Landscape Design.M. Elias. Association of Professional Landscape Designers California Chapter. January. https://www.californialandscapedesign.org/
  • Reid, K. (2020). Best Plants in Low Water Field Trials Name Blue Ribbon™ Winners. Pacific Horticulture.E. Zagory. August. https://www.pacifichorticulture.org/articles/best-plants-in-low-water-field-trials-named-blue-ribbon-winners/
  • Reid, K. (2020). Learning to Love Natural Enemies. Landscape Lush Blog. June 30. https://ucanr.edu/blogs/blogcore/postdetail.cfm?postnum=42912
  • Reid, K. (2020). The Quest for the Best. Pacific Horticulture.E. Zagory. July. https://www.pacifichorticulture.org/articles/the-quest-for-the-best/
  • Reid, K.; Sisneroz, J., et al. (2020). UC Landscape Plant Irrigation Trials Results for 2017-2019. February. https://ucanr.edu/sites/UCLPIT/files/323474.pdf
  • Reid, K.; Sisneroz, J., et al. (2019). Irrigation trials results for Kurapia cultivars 2016-2018. https://ccuh.ucdavis.edu/sites/g/files/dgvnsk1376/files/inline-files/Kurapia%20-New%20White%202016-2018_final%20V.2.pdf
  • Reid, K.; Sisneroz, J., et al. (2019). UC Landscape Plant Irrigation Trials Final Report 2016-2018. https://ccuh.ucdavis.edu/sites/g/files/dgvnsk1376/files/inline-files/UCLPIT%20Final%20Report%202016-2018.pdf
  • Reid, K. (2018). Am I Watering Enough? Landscape Lush Blog. Jul. 16. https://ucanr.edu/blogs/blogcore/postdetail.cfm?postnum=27738
  • Reid K., M. Schwartz, and D. Fujino. (Feb. 2018) Evaluating new landscape rose introductions for sustainability in California. 2017 Saratoga Horticultural Research Endowment Progress Report. Accessed by: http://ucanr.edu/sites/SaratogaHort/files/279664.pdf

  • Reid, K. (2018). Hort Industry Invited to Spring 2018 Open House Ratings Day. Nursery Management.M. McClellan. Mar. 19. http://www.nurserymag.com/article/hort-industry-invited-uc-landscape-plant-irrigation-ratings/
  • Reid, K. (2018). Key to Lush Trees: A Good Drink! Landscape Lush Blog. May 14. https://ucanr.edu/blogs/blogcore/postdetail.cfm?postnum=27169
  • Reid, K. (2018). Lessons from the Lorax: Tend Your Trees! Landscape Lush Blog. Feb. 22. https://ucanr.edu/blogs/blogcore/postdetail.cfm?postnum=26424
  • Reid, K. (2018). The Landscape Below Ground. Landscape Lush Blog. Nov. 13. https://ucanr.edu/blogs/blogcore/postdetail.cfm?postnum=28672
  • Reid, K. (2018). The Landscape Below Ground II: To fertilize or not to fertilize. Landscape Lush Blog. Nov. 29. https://ucanr.edu/blogs/blogcore/postdetail.cfm?postnum=28792
  • Reid K., D. Fujino, L. Oki, and J. Sisneroz (Mar. 2018). UC Landscape Plant Irrigation Trials; Final Report 2014-2016. Accessed by https://ccuh.ucdavis.edu/sites/g/files/dgvnsk1376/files/inline-files/Irrigation%20Trials%20Final%20Report%202014-2016.pdf

  • Reid, K., Oki, L., Sisneroz, J. (June 2018). UC Landscape Plant Irrigation Trials Final Report 2015-2017. Accessed by https://ccuh.ucdavis.edu/sites/g/files/dgvnsk1376/files/inline-files/UCLPIT%20Final%20Report%202015-2017_0.pdf

  • Reid, K. (2017). A Rose Is a Rose – or Is It? Landscape Lush Blog. Dec. 30. https://ucanr.edu/blogs/blogcore/postdetail.cfm?postnum=26424
  • Reid, K. (2017). Low-water vs. Drought-tolerant. Landscape Lush Blog. Nov. 6. https://ucanr.edu/blogs/blogcore/postdetail.cfm?postnum=25612
  • Reid, K. (August 2016) Green Notes 6(1). San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture Newsletter.  Articles:

    1. Strategies for Water Efficiency III:
      1. Water update
      2. Rebates
      3. System Upgrades
      4. Turf reduction
    2. Converting Sprays to Drip
    3. Using the New WUCOLS (Water Use Classification of Landscape Species)
    4. Plant this: Calamagrostis x acutiflora ‘Karl Foerster’
  • Reid, K., L. Oki and J. Sisneroz (2016). Ornamental plant trials for the sustainable urban landscape: Evaluating performance on reduced water, ISHS 6th International Symposium on Landscape & Urban Horticulture, Athens, Greece.

  • Reid, K., L. Oki and J. Sisneroz (2016). Development of landscape establishment irrigation recommendations for California native plant species, ISHS 6th International Symposium on Landscape & Urban Horticulture, Athens, Greece.

  • Reid, K. (2016) Green Gardener: University extension education for professional gardeners in sustainable landscape practices, ISHS 6th International Symposium on Landscape & Urban Horticulture, Athens, Greece.

  • Reid, K. (May 2016). UCCE Learning Landscape Sustainability Features. Outreach brochure for county demonstration garden.

  • Reid, K., L. Oki, and J. Sisneroz (July 2015). Irrigation Trials Results for Kurapia® 2012-2014. Final technical report. http://ccuh.ucdavis.edu/Publications/kurapia/kurapia-irrigation-trial-results

  • Sisneroz, J., L. Oki and K. Reid (2015). California Native Plant Establishment Trials. Poster presented at the 3rd International Plant Trials Conference, Portland, Oregon.

  • Reid K., D. Fujino, L. Oki, and J. Sisneroz (Oct. 2015). Ornamental plant trials for the new California garden: Evaluating new landscape plants for sustainable characteristics on reduced water. Final research report for Saratoga Horticultural Research Endowment. Accessed by http://ucanr.edu/sites/SaratogaHort/files/218994.pdf

  • Reid, K., D. Fujino, L. Oki, and J. Sisneroz (2015). UC Landscape Plant Irrigation Trials: evaluating new introductions on reduced irrigation for summer-dry climates. Poster presented at the 3rd International Plant Trials Conference, Portland, Oregon.

  • Reid, K. (March 2015) Green Notes 5(1). San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture Newsletter. Articles:

    1. Strategies for Water Efficiency II: Timing and Scheduling
    2. The Catch Can Test Calculations
    3. Preventing Runoff: Cycle & Soak
    4. Plant this: Ceanothus ‘Concha’
  • Reid, K. (2015). 6 Ways to Reduce Water Use without Killing Your Garden. University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources Blog. April 20. http://ucanr.edu/?blogpost=17436&blogasset=74534
  • Sisneroz, J.; Reid, K., et al. (2015). UC Landscape Plant Irrigation Trials Compendium of Results. California Center for Urban Horticulture. by http://ccuh.ucdavis.edu/Resources/TrialsOverview2.pdf
  • Reid, K. (2015). "UC Landscape Plant Irrigation Trials Facebook Page." from https://www.facebook.com/UCLPIT/.
  • Reid, K.; Fujino, D., et al. (2014). Continued evaluations of the water use and climate zone tolerance of landscape ornamentals for sustainable California gardens. Report for Saratoga Horticultural Research Endowment. 2010-2012. January 2014. http://ucanr.edu/sites/SaratogaHort/files/198979.pdf
  • Reid, K.; Fujino, D., et al. (2014). Drought Tips for Landscape Managers. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture Newsletter. 4. June 2014.
  • Reid, K. (2014). Evaluating Ornamental Plant Performance on Deficit Irrigation. Plant Responses to Drought and Salinity Symposium of the 29th International Horticultural Congress (Research abstract). Brisbane, Australia.
  • Reid, K. (2014). Green Gardener: University Extension in Sustainable Practices for Landscape Professionals. Urban Horticulture Symposium of the 29th International Horticultural Congress. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Reid, K. (November 2014). Green Notes 4(3). San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture Newsletter. Articles:
    1. Strategies for Water Efficiency
    2. Performing a Catch Can Test
    3. The DU Calculations
    4. Plant this: Salvia microphylla- mint bush sage
  • Reid, K. (2014). Landscaping with Native Oaks. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture Newsletter. 4. January 2014.
  • Reid, K. (2014). Plant this: Arctostaphylos densiflora ‘Howard McMinn’. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture. 3. February 2013.
  • Reid, K. (2014). Plant this: Crataegus phanaepyrum (Washington hawthorn). Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture Newsletter. 4. January 2014.
  • Reid, K. (2014). Plant This: Rosa 'Korbin' (Iceberg rose). Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture Newsletter. 4. June 2014.
  • Reid, K. (2014). Shrub Planting and Care. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture. 3. February 2013.
  • Reid, K. (2014). Shrub Planting Mistakes. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture. 3. February 2013.
  • Reid, K. (2014). Some Plants Compatible with Native Oak Trees. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture Newsletter. 4. January 2014.
  • Reid, K. (2014). Some Truly Low-water Plants for the Valley. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture Newsletter. 4. June 2014.
  • Reid, K. (2014). Tell Your Customers about Mulch. Retail Nursery and Garden Center IPM (Integrated Pest Management) News. University of California Integrated Pest Management. 4. March 2014.
  • Reid, K.; Fujino, D., et al. (2013). Expanding evaluations of the water use and climate zone tolerance of landscape ornamentals for sustainable California gardens. Final Report for Saratoga Horticultural Research Endowment 2010-2012. January 2013. http://ucanr.edu/sites/SaratogaHort/files/159956.pdf
  • Reid, K. (2013). Got Mulch? What's Growing On. San Joaquin County Master Gardeners Newsletter. March 2013.
  • Reid, K. (2013). Got Mulch? Using mulch in the Landscape. Field Notes. San Joaquin County. May 2013.
  • Reid, K. (2013). Landscape Runoff. What's the Big Deal? What's Growing On. San Joaquin County Master Gardeners Newsletter. May/June 2013.
  • Reid, K. (2013). Managing fireblight in pears. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture. 3. July 2013.
  • Reid, K. (2013). Plant this: Callistemon citrinus 'Violaceus'. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture. 3. July 2013.
  • Reid, K. (2013). Planting Landscape Trees - a few fall reminders. What's Growing On. San Joaquin County Master Gardeners Newsletter. December 2013.
  • Reid, K. (2013). Shrub Selection and Care. What's Growing On. San Joaquin County Master Gardeners Newsletter. September 2013.
  • Reid, K. (2013). The War on Weeds. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture. 3. July 2013.
  • Reid, K. (2012). 5 key strategies for runoff prevention. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture. 2. May 2012.
  • Reid, K. (2012). 6 ways to reduce your greenwaste. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture. 2. January 2012.
  • Reid, K.; Oki, L.R. (2012). "Evaluating the water use and climate zone tolerance of ornamental plants for sustainable landscapes." HortScience 47(9): S208.
  • Reid, K. (2012). Got mulch? What, why, and how. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture. 2. September 2012.
  • Reid, K. (2012). Groundcovers for under trees. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture. 2. January 2012.
  • Reid, K.; Oki, L. (2012). Irrigation Trials Results. Research Report for Ball Ornamentals. February 2012.
  • Reid, K. (2012). Landscape runoff: what’s the big deal? Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture. 2. May 2012.
  • Reid, K.; Oki, L. (2012). Plant evaluations for sustainable landscapes: irrigation and climate zone trials. ANR SI Water Program Team Meetings (Poster). January 31, 2012.
  • Reid, K. (2012). Plant this: Bulbine frutescens ‘Hallmark’, cape balsam. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture. 2. September 2012.
  • Reid, K. (2012). Plant this: Kniphofia ‘Christmas Cheer’. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture. 2. January 2012.
  • Reid, K. (2012). Plant this: Lavandula stoechas ‘Otto Quast’, Spanish lavender. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture. 2. May 2012.
  • Reid, K. (2012). Plants for bioswales. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture. 2. May 2012.
  • Reid, K. (2012). Sapsucker damage mimics borers. What's Growing On. San Joaquin County Master Gardeners Newsletter. October 2012.
  • Reid, K. (2012). Sapsucker damage mimics borers. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture. 2. September 2012.
  • Reid, K. (2012). Trees in turf. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture. 2. January 2012.
  • Reid, K. (2011). 6 great trees to plant instead of redwoods. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture. 1. October 2011.
  • Reid, K.; Oki, L. (2011). Evaluating the Water Usage and Climate Zone Tolerances of Potential “UC Davis Arboretum All-Stars” Plant Introductions for Shade. Progress Report for Saratoga Horticultural Research Endowment. 2009-2010. February 2011. http://ucanr.edu/sites/SaratogaHort/Funded_Projects/
  • Reid, K. (2011). Managing Mistletoe. Field Notes. San Joaquin County Farm Newsletter. May 2011.
  • Reid, K. (2011). Managing mistletoe. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture. 1. June 2011.
  • Reid, K. (2011). Much ado about honeydew: monitoring, managing, and controlling causes. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture. 1. October 2011.
  • Reid, K.; Oki, L. (2011). Perennial plant evaluations for sustainable landscapes: irrigation and climate zone trials. 1st International Trials Conference. Wisley, UK. 15. July 4-7, 2011.
  • Reid, K. (2011). Plant this: Delosperma cooperi, Cooper’s ice plant. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture. 1. October 2011.
  • Reid, K. (2011). Plant this: Heteromeles arbutifolia, toyon. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture. 1. March 2011.
  • Reid, K. (2011). Plant this: pineapple guava, Acca sellowiana. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture. 1. June 2011.
  • Reid, K. (2011). Pruning and treating wounds in landscape trees. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture. 1. March 2011.
  • Reid, K. (2011). Spring scalping speeds greening of bermudagrass cultivars. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture. 1. June 2011.
  • Reid, K. (2011, October 2011). "The 5 elements of an IPM program." Green Notes 1,
  • Reid, K. (2011). Unraveling ETAF: the evapotranspiration adjustment factor. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture. 1. June 2011.
  • Reid, K. (2011). Water efficiency: today’s hot button issue. Green Notes. San Joaquin County Environmental Horticulture. 1. March 2011.
  • Reid, K.; Haver, D., et al. (2009). 5 Easy Steps to Setting Your Irrigation Controller, Northern and Southern California versions. Sponsored jointly by UCCE, CalFed Bay-Delta Program, and the State Water Resources Control Board. http://ccuh.ucdavis.edu/projects/landscape-water-conservation/water-conservation-links
  • Reid, K.; Haver, D., et al. (2009). Features of a Water Conserving Landscape. Sponsored jointly by UCCE, CalFed Bay-Delta Program, and the State Water Resources Control Board. http://ccuh.ucdavis.edu/projects/landscape-water-conservation/Features_WC%20landscape_finalcmprss.pdf
  • Reid, K.; Oki, L. (2009). Front Yard Run-Off: Why Does It Matter? Sponsored jointly by UCCE, CalFed Bay-Delta Program, and the State Water Resources Control Board. http://ccuh.ucdavis.edu/projects/Urban%20Run-Off%20Water%20Quality%20Research/Pin51_summaryflyer_print.pdf
  • Reid, K.; Haver, D., et al. (2009). Urban runoff study motivates change in landscape practices. UC Delivers. http://ucanr.edu/delivers/?impact=819&delivers=1
  • Reid, K.; Oki, L. (2008). Field trials identify more native plants suitable for urban landscapes. UC Delivers. http://ucanr.edu/delivers/?impact=710&delivers=1

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