Cover Photo by John Redman, themasterslight.com
CONTENTS Pathway to PCA
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The Work Experience Option Shannon Douglass, Pathway to PCA Program Coordinator
Iris Yellow Spot Virus in Onions Donna Henderson, Eric Natwick, Brenna Aegerter, and Joe Nunez, University of California Cooperative Extension
2010 CAPCA Conference Recap
Sustainable Landscapes to Prevent/Reduce Pest Outbreaks
Janet Hartin, Environmental Horticulturist, UC Cooperative Extension, San Bernardino & Los Angeles Counties
Gary Silveria, CAPCA Ex-Officio 2009-2010
2010 CAPCA Award Winners Announced
Influence of Blackeye Variety, Spacing and Irrigation on Lygus Populations and Damage P. B. Goodell, IPM Advisor, UCCE Statewide IPM Prog., Kearney Ag Center, Parlier, CA; and B.L. Sanden, Farm Advisor, UCCE Kern County
From the Editor Legislation Career Opportunities Chapter News Continuing Education
A Rose By Any Other Name
John A. Roncoroni, Weed Science Farm Advisor, UCCE Napa; and W. T. Lanini, Weed Ecologist, UCCE Davis
Joyce A. Basan, CAPCA Communications Dir.
Control of Root Rot in the Landscape with Mulches Jim Downer, University of California, Ventura
Old Dog & New Tricks
Fall – Time for Almond Nutrition Review and Planning
Invasive Pest Case Studies Franz Niederholzer, UC Farm Advisor, Sutin Urban Landscape and ter/Yuba Counties Ornamental Plant Production: GWSS, Diaprepes, and Myoporum Farm Nutrient ManageThrips ment Plans – an OpportuJames A. Bethke, UC Cooperative Extension San Diego County; John N. Kabashima, nity to Reevaluate UCCE Orange Co.; David A. Shaw, UCCE Current Practices San Diego Co.
Bayer CropScience CDMS DuPont Crop Protection
Tim Hartz, Department of Plant Sciences, UC Davis
Published on Feb 1, 2011