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California Bee-Friendly Garden Recipes
Honey bees and their wild cousins are having hard times lately. See how you can help them all out by making your garden more bee-friendly, whether you have a cottage garden or vegetable garden, or even a drought-tolerant native plant garden.

Publication Number:: 8518
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Healthy Roses, 2nd Edition
You can grow healthy roses with high-quality blooms with little to no use of toxic materials, and this guide will show you how! You'll learn how to identify problems, take action when appropriate, and recognize beneficial insects.

Publication Number:: 21589
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Healthy Roses, 2nd Edition (Minor Damage)
You can grow healthy roses with high-quality blooms with little to no use of toxic materials, and this guide will show you how! You'll learn how to identify problems, take action when appropriate, and recognize beneficial insects.

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Holiday Cacti
Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter cacti bloom from late fall through spring, providing vibrant color at a time of year when few other houseplants look their best. Learn how to make your holiday cacti thrive!

Publication Number:: 8114
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Hoplia Beetle: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
The hoplia beetle is a common pest of roses and other plants in many parts of California, especially the Central Valley. It is a problem from late March to May when the adult beetles feed on light-colored blossoms.

Publication Number:: 7499
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Roses in the Garden and Landscape: Cultural Practices and Weed Control
Through careful selection of plant varieties and management of environmental conditions with proper cultural practices, beautiful roses can be grown with a minimum of pest problems.

Publication Number:: 7465
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Roses in the Garden and Landscape: Diseases and Abiotic Disorders
A variety of pathogens may attack roses including powdery mildew, rust, and black spot. In addition, roses may display similar symptoms from abiotic disorders that are the result of chemical toxicities, mineral deficiencies, or environmental problems.

Publication Number:: 7463
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Roses in the Garden and Landscape: Insect and Mite Pests and Beneficials
While insects and mites may attack roses from time to time, many rose enthusiasts are able to maintain vigorous plants and produce high quality blooms with little or no use of insecticides, especially in California's dry interior valleys.

Publication Number:: 7466
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Sixspotted Spider Mite on Plumeria: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Learn to identify and control this common mite pest of plumeria (also called frangipani or lei flower), an increasingly popular ornamental in California gardens.

Publication Number:: 74141
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