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Posts Tagged: Windbiel

Insect or Alien Invader?

Adult Jerusalem cricket. [A.Antonelli]

We have received several questions lately from people who've found large, strange looking insects in their garden and landscape. What are these alien-like creatures? Are they good, bad, do they bite? They are Jerusalem crickets, also sometimes called...

Posted on Friday, September 9, 2016 at 4:04 PM
Tags: bug (6), cricket (1), garden (46), insects (65), Jerusalem (1), potato (2), UCIPM (66), Windbiel (3)

Protecting pollinators around the home and garden

Adult honey bee.

In observance of National Pollinator Week, we thought we'd share how you can manage pests around your home, garden, and landscape and still protect pollinators. Natural enemies (predators, parasites, and pathogens) reduce pest populations and help...

Posted on Friday, June 24, 2016 at 10:52 AM
Tags: bees (45), control (41), fly (12), honey bee (200), IPM (64), management (28), national (1), natural enemies (9), pest (75), pollinator (9), protect (4), protection (1), UC IPM (225), week (1), Windbiel (3)

Dealing with Pantry Pests

Fig. 1 Adult Indian Mealmoth

[From the July 2015 issue of the UC IPM Retail Nursery and Garden Center IPM News] Pantry pests sometimes find their way into our homes undetected and can infest stored products like flour, cereal, pasta, dried fruit, nuts, and even pet food. Often, by...

Posted on Tuesday, August 11, 2015 at 1:21 PM
Tags: beetle (10), grain (2), Grains - General (1), indian (1), kitchen (1), meal (2), mealmoth (1), moth (5), moths (17), pantry (4), Pest Notes (58), sawtooth (1), Swain (2), UCIPM (66), Windbiel (3)
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