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Posts Tagged: abiotic

Curling Leaves on Plants

Plant problem diagnostic tool menu.

If you are puzzled by curling leaves on plants in your garden or landscape, you may need to do some detective work to figure out the cause. Curling leaves can be caused by many problems, including insect damage, disease, abiotic disorders, or even...

Plant problem diagnostic tool menu.
Plant problem diagnostic tool menu.

Plant problem diagnostic tool menu.

Posted on Monday, May 21, 2018 at 1:16 PM
Tags: abiotic (4), aphids (42), damage (12), herbicide (61), leaf curling (1), peach leaf curl (6), thrips (9), UC IPM (225), whiteflies (4)
Focus Area Tags: Pest Management Yard & Garden

Landscape Tree Damage: It's Not Always a Pest Issue

Fig 1. Limb dieback and sparse canopy of overwatered olive trees around which turf was planted. Unirrigated trees in the background are healthy. (Photo: L. R. Costello, UCCE)

[From the Spring issue of the UC IPM Retail Nursery & Garden Center News] Most disorders impacting landscape trees result from abiotic (non-living) disorders rather than attacks from biotic (living) pests like plant pathogens, insects, and...

Posted on Wednesday, March 14, 2018 at 11:00 PM
Tags: abiotic (4), damage (12), diseases (9), disorders (1), drought (25), Green Bulletin (3), Hartin (1), heat stress (1), landscape (25), mechanical injury (1), trees (10), UC IPM (225)
Focus Area Tags: Pest Management Yard & Garden

Retailers Receive IPM Training

Pesticides on store shelves. [A. Schellman]

Gardeners and other consumers frequently look to retail nursery and garden center employees to answer questions about pests and pesticides. To help retailers stay abreast of current pest topics facing California, UC IPM held a workshop for retail...

An invasive adult female polyphagous shothole borer insect. [A.Eskalen]
An invasive adult female polyphagous shothole borer insect. [A.Eskalen]

An invasive adult female polyphagous shothole borer insect. [A.Eskalen]

Rose leaves turning brown from drought stress. [J.K.Clark]
Rose leaves turning brown from drought stress. [J.K.Clark]

Rose leaves turning brown from drought stress. [J.K.Clark]

Posted on Friday, April 8, 2016 at 10:03 PM
Tags: abiotic (4), ACP (27), asian citrus psyllid (35), garden center (8), HLB (23), huanglongbing (34), invasives (12), pesticides (28), pests (55), retail nursery (6), training (11), UCIPM (66), workshop (11)

IPM Workshop: Are You Registered?

Are you busy on Thursday, January 28? Are you a retail nursery/garden center employee, Master Gardener, or someone interested in learning more about garden pests in southern California? If so, join us for a one-day, jam-packed IPM workshop covering...

Posted on Monday, January 18, 2016 at 3:58 PM
Tags: abiotic (4), asian citrus psyllid (35), garden (46), invasive (46), IPM (64), Master Gardeners (12), nursery (10), pesticides (28), pests (55), retail (10), training (11), workshop (11)
 
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