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Annual Bluegrass: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Annual bluegrass is one of the most common weeds of turf, ornamental plantings, and gardens in the United States. Commonly referred to as "Poa," it is a particular problem in golf course greens and fairways.

Publication Number:: 7464
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Aquatic and Riparian Weeds of the West
This must-have field manual is the first comprehensive identification guide for aquatic and riparian weeds west of the Rocky Mountains. Covers 171 aquatic plant species, contains over 560 color photographs, and weighs in at 442 pages.

Publication Number:: 3421
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Aquatic and Riparian Weeds of the West (Minor Damage)
This must-have field manual is the first comprehensive identification guide for aquatic and riparian weeds west of the Rocky Mountains. Covers 171 aquatic plant species, contains over 560 color photographs, and weighs in at 442 pages.

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Aquatic and Riparian Weeds of the West - PDF
PDF version of the must-have field manual and identification guide for aquatic and riparian weeds west of the Rocky Mountains. Covers 171 aquatic plant species, contains over 560 color photographs, and weighs in at 442 pages.

Publication Number:: 9021
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Aquatic Gardens, Not Aquatic Pests: How to Practice Responsible Water Gardening
California Master Gardener Tip Sheet. A water garden can be a beautiful thing, but you need to avoid growing invasive water plants that can spread into natural waterways. Three mini-posters, five pages of text, plus links to useful resources.

Publication Number:: 8369
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Avoiding Weed Shifts and Weed Resistance in Roundup Ready Alfalfa Systems
Glyphosate-resistant alfalfa can reduce weed-control costs and potentially improve the quality of your harvested crop. Learn the proper management steps you need to take to help prevent weed shifts and herbicide resistant weeds.

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Barb Goatgrass
Barb goatgrass is a winter annual grass native to Europe and western Asia. It first appeared in California in the early 1900s, but only recently has it begun to spread widely, crowding out native vegetation. Learn to identify and manage this hardy weed.

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Barb Goatgrass and Medusahead: Timing of Grazing and Mowing Treatments
Barb goatgrass and medusahead are invasive annual grasses that cause economic or environmental detriment. Learn how to identify the optimum timing of grazing and mowing treatments for management in your situation.

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Bermudagrass: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Bermudagrass (Cynodon dactylon) is a plant that is grown as a turfgrass or as forage for livestock, but it also can be an invasive weed. It is found in most areas of California at elevations below 3,000 feet.

Publication Number:: 7453
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Biology and Management of Horseweed and Hairy Fleabane in California
Horseweed and hairy fleabane are showing increased resistance to chemical controls, including glyphosate. By learning about their biology and other control alternatives, you can do a better job of keeping on top of this pest problem.

Publication Number:: 8314
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Biology and Management of Johnsongrass (Sorghum halepense)
Johnsongrass (Sorghum halepense) is a summer perennial grass native to the Mediterranean region that escaped cultivation and is now classified in California as a “C” list noxious weed.

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Brooms: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Scotch broom and other brooms are non-native shrubs that compete with California wildflowers. First planted by gardeners in the 1800s, brooms have since spread into wild areas. Learn to identify brooms and eliminate them from the landscape. Color photos.

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Burning and Stinging Nettles: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Burning nettles and stinging nettles are aptly named plants that cause a painful rash when they contact human skin. They can be a nuisance or even a health hazard to hikers or outdoor workers. Learn to identify and manage these troublesome plants.

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Catchweed Bedstraw: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Catchweed bedstraw is a troublesome agricultural weed that also shows up in the garden, where it competes for water and nutrients. The tiny, curved hairs on stem and leaf help bedstraw to form a dense mat. Learn to identify and manage this weed.

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Chickweed: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Two species of chickweed, common (Stellaria media) and sticky (Cerastium glomeratum), are widespread in California. Both are winter annuals that grow easily in gardens, low-maintenance lawns, and agricultural areas.

Publication Number:: 74129
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Clovers: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Clover can be a concern in turfgrass or landscaped areas.

Publication Number:: 7490
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Common Groundsel: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Common groundsel or old-man-of-the-spring is found throughout California. It can cause chronic liver poisoning to horses, cattle, and swine, even if only a small amount is eaten over a few weeks.

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Common Knotweed: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Common knotweed, also called wiregrass or doorweed, is an annual species most often found in compacted soils. It is particularly well adapted to the winter and early spring rainfall pattern throughout California.

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Common Purslane: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Common purslane is a weedy summer annual that invades gardens, low-maintenance lawns, commercial orchards, and vegetable crop production areas. It is particularly well adapted to the warm, moist conditions found in California’s irrigated sites.

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Conservation Tillage and Weed Management
"Conservation tillage" is an approach to soil management that balances the short-term need for a profitable crop with the long-term need for sustainably healthy ground. This publication looks at ways to control weeds while practicing conservation tillage.

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Publication Number:: 8200
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Cover Crops for Walnut Orchards
This handy publication discusses the benefits of cover cropping as well as the challenges of cover cropping that are unique to walnut orchards.

Publication Number:: 21627e
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Crabgrass: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Crabgrass is a common weed that almost everyone knows. There are two species of crabgrass common in California: smooth crabgrass and large or hairy crabgrass. Crabgrass also has many other names including crowfoot grass and summer grass.

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Dallisgrass: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Dallisgrass, Paspalum dilatatum, is a perennial grass that is found throughout California except at high elevations. It creates an unsightly clump in turfgrass that can be a problem in golf courses, sports playing fields, and home landscapes.

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Dandelions: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Dandelion (Taraxacum officinale), also known as lion’s tooth, puffball, blowball, and monk’s head, is a major problem in turf, ornamental plantings, meadows, pastures, and alfalfa.

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