What's that pest?
UC Integrated Pest Management (IPM) Program
The UC Statewide IPM Program provides practical information on pest management techniques and identification for a broad range of California pests. IPM is a process you can use to solve pest problems while minimizing risks to people and the environment. IPM can be used to manage all kinds of pests anywhere–in urban, agricultural, and wildland or natural areas.
What's that weed?
UC Weed Research & Information Center
The UC Weed Research and Information Center (WRIC) is an interdisciplinary collaboration that fosters research in weed management and facilitates distribution of associated knowledge for the benefit of agriculture and for the preservation of natural resources. WRIC has information on weed identification, management, appropriate herbicides, and the latest invaders to watch out for.
How to grow fruits and nuts?
UC Fruit & Nut Research & Information Center
The UC Fruit & Nut Research & Information Center makes research-based information on planting, growing, and harvesting fruits and nuts publicly available, and provides connections to current research and new technologies in the field of fruit and nut production.
How to stay healthy and safe while working in the garden?
UC Master Gardener Think Safe and Green Notes
Master Gardener Thinking Safe and Green Notes are one-page summaries of information to help you stay healthy and safe, and protect the environment while working in the garden. Notes are developed by the Environmental Health & Safety office, part of the UC Agriculture & Natural Resources Dept, with input and review from the statewide Master Gardener Coordinator.
How to irrigate plants, trees, and lawns during drought?
Drought Gardening & Irrigation Tips
Water conservation tips for plants, trees, and lawns presented by the UC statewide Master Gardener program.
Where to take online UC Master Gardener courses?
UC Master Gardener Extension Campus
Extension Campus is an online campus that provides objective research-based information and learning opportunities that help people improve their lives. The campus hosts live webinars and online courses in many topics including Yard and Garden. Many of these events are appropriate for UC Master Gardener volunteers seeking continuing education hours.