Resources on oak pests
Some of our recommended resources for identifying, preventing, and treating oak pests.
Available for purchase from ANR publications
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Pests of Landscape Trees and Shrubs (Driestadt, 2004) covers a broad range of insect, mite, and nematode pests as will as other pathogens.
IPM in Practice (Flint, 2012) - this new edition of this popular publication is the most comprehensive, practical guide you can find to setting up an integrated pest management program in any kind of crop or landscape setting.
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Available for FREE from UCANR
There is a great list of free (and a few pay) publications, as well as recorded webinars and educational opportunities at the UC Oak Woodland Management Page.
And free information about a wide variety of pests at the UC IPM web site.
Available for FREE from other sources:
Fusarium dieback: A new and serious insect vectored disease of landscape trees, from Western Arborist. For more articles like this, please consider joining the Western Chapter of the International Society of Arboriculture.