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ACP (Asian citrus psyllid) found in San Joaquin county

You may have heard that ACP (Asian citrus psyllid) was found in Lodi, Manteca and recently Stockton. The Master Gardeners are ready to answer your questions about this invasive pest. Click here to find out how you can help prevent the spread of this unwanted pest and what to do if you think you have it.

Water Conservation Tips   

Click here for water conservation tips and tricks and help conserve water!

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Valley Gardener's Journal For Year-Round Blooms

The San Joaquin Master Gardeners are excited about the Valley Gardener's Journal For Year-Round Blooms. This garden journal is now available for purchase and is great for any gardener. For more info click here!  




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UC Garden Blogs
  • Green stink bug egg cluster. (Credit: Jack Kelly Clark)
    Virtual Easter Egg Hunt

    For the last two years, UC IPM has shared an Easter egg photo quiz with insect and spider eggs and egg cases. In case you want to play again, this post is from our 2018 egg hunt and this post is our 2019 egg hunt. This year, with everyone...

    By Elaine Lander
    Author - Urban & Community IPM Educator
  • A honey bee, her head and antenna covered with mustard pollen, heads for more pollen in a bed of mustard in Vacavilel, Calif. (Photo by Kathy Keatley Garvey)
    All Hail the Honey Bee

    All hail the honey bee! It's an immigrant, like almost all of us, except for the Native Americans. European colonists brought the honey bee (Apis mellifera) to what is now the United States in 1622.  Specifically, they arrived at the Jamestown...

    By Kathy Keatley Garvey
    Author - Communications specialist
  • The California Aqueduct. Photo by Doug Parker.
    Trends and opportunities in water markets in the western U.S.

    Climate variability and the mismatch between where water is and where people need it to be are two defining forces of life in California. Therefore, water storage, conveyance, and transfer are major issues in the state, and water markets have arisen as...

    By Faith Kearns
    Author - Academic Coordinator II
  • Adult honey bee (Credit: Jack Kelly Clark)
    Webinar on Pollinator Health This Wednesday, April 8

    On Wednesday, April 8, UC Ag Experts Talk will be hosting a webinar titled From Integrated Pest Management to Integrated Pest and Pollinator Management: An Update on Current Research on Pollinator Health. This is a 2.5 hrs in-person...

    By Elaine Lander
    Author - Urban & Community IPM Educator