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Commercial Cooling of Fruits, Vegetables, and Flowers
This handbook contains detailed descriptions of proper temperature management for perishables and commercial methods of cooling fruits, vegetables, and cut flowers. Includes a complete discussion of design for hydro-cooler and forced-air cooler systems.
Container Nursery Production and Business Management Manual
This colorful manual includes research-based information on all aspects of production of landscape plants in commercial nurseries.
Creeping Woodsorrel and Bermuda Buttercup: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Creeping woodsorrel is a major weed in lawns, flower beds, nurseries, gardens, and greenhouses. A related species, Bermuda buttercup, is grown as an ornamental. Once planted it spreads throughout a garden, competing with other plants.
Easy On-Site Tests for Fungi & Viruses in Nurseries and Greenhouses
Now, instead of sending samples to a laboratory and waiting for answers, you can use quick and relatively simple, commercially available test kits to identify common plant viruses and root and crown decay fungi.
Extending the Freshness of Cut Flowers at Home
Here are some suggestions to help you maintain the freshness of your cut flowers, extend your enjoyment of the flowers, and stretch your flower-buying dollar a little farther.
Floriculture and Ornamental Nurseries: UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines
Download a free copy of these UC-approved guidelines for pest monitoring techniques, pesticide use, and nonpesticide alternatives -- essential tools for anyone making pest management decisions in the field.
Garbanzo Bean (Chickpea) Production in California
In California, garbanzos are grown primarily as a high-end specialty product for the canning industry. This publication covers production from seed selection to harvesting and markets.
Giant Whitefly: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Since its introduction into southern California in 1992, the giant whitefly has spread rapidly northward along the coast and into interior valleys. It can severely infest many ornamental plant species found in nurseries, landscapes, and home gardens.
Greenhouse and Nursery Management Practices to Protect Water Quality
Suggested management practices and a checklist to guide you through your own successful plan of action.
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.
Integrated Pest Management for Floriculture and Nurseries
Handy crop tables give you a symptom-based guide for diagnosing problems and gives recommended controls for 120 major flower and foliage species. A must for anyone in the green industry.
Nursery Guide for Diseases Caused by Phytophthora ramorum on Ornamentals. . .
This disease, commonly called sudden oak death, has caused widespread mortality in native oaks in California. Many ornamental plants are susceptible to infection, and the pathogen can be moved long distances through shipments of infected nursery stock.
Nutrient Management Goals and Management Practices for Nursery and Floriculture
These management goals and practices aim to improve the management of nutrients, thereby reducing or eliminating nutrient losses in surface runoff. This is fact sheet 3.11 in the Farm Water Quality Planning series.
Nutrient Management in Nursery and Floriculture
Learn how to manage the two nutrients that have the greatest potential for harm to water quality - nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) in various forms.
This is reference sheet 9.7 in the Farm Water Quality Planning series.
Retail Garden Center (Minor Damage)
This guide was written for persons studying to become California Certified Nursery Professionals; covers topics on horticulture, soil, fertilizers, water management, plant problem diagnosis, integrated pest management, landscape design, and nursery sales.
Sclerotinia diseases cause rotting in a variety of vegetable and floral crops. Learn how to recognize and control outbreaks.
Sediment Management Goals and Management Practices for Nursery and Floriculture
This is fact sheet 3.9 in the Farm Water Quality Planning series.
Water, Root Media, and Nutrient Management for Greenhouse Crops
This user-friendly, practical guide was written for large and small greenhouse producers of containerized crops. Written by industry-based professionals and academics, its seventeen chapters demonstrate how water, root media, and fertilizer are integrated to optimize plant health, production efficiency, and the sustainability of resources and the environment.
Whiteflies: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Whiteflies are tiny, sap-sucking insects that may become abundant in vegetable and ornamental plantings, especially during warm weather. Large populations of whiteflies can cause leaves to turn yellow, appear dry, or fall off.