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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 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.
California Master Gardener Handbook--2nd Ed
Since it was first published in 2002, the
California Master Gardener Handbook
has endured as the definitive guide to best practices and advice for gardeners throughout the West.
Common Bees in California Gardens, 2nd Ed
Nearly 1600 species of native bees can be found in California's rich ecosystems; this colorful pocket field guide will help you identify bees commonly found in urban gardens and landscapes.
Common Plants to Attract California Native Bees
Many of California's 5100 species of flowering native plants have coevolved with native bees. Learn how to select plants for your garden or landscape to attract and support native bees.
Comparing Fruit Rind Scarring That Three Early-Season Pests Cause in Mandarin
This publication helps you compare specific types of scars caused by insects inmandarins and sweet orange so you can prevent costly rind damage and the possible downgrading of your fruit.
Honey Bee Pollination of Cantaloupe, Cucumber, & Watermelon
Honey bees are vital to growing a successful cucurbit crop. Learn about timing, optimum conditions, and contracting with a beekeeper.
How to Attract and Maintain Pollinators in Your Garden
About three-quarters of all flowering plants rely on insects or birds for pollination, and that includes one-third of all crop plants. This publication shows you how to create a landscape that is welcoming for bees and many other pollinators.
How to Reduce Bee Poisoning from Pesticides
Discusses methods to protect bees from hazards associated with pesticide application.
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Native and Naturalized Plants for the Home Garden in Northern California
Learn how to identify plants that are native to your area, along with the advantages of growing native plants in your garden such as lower irrigation needs, better resistance to native pests, and a better fit with native wildlife and the local climate.
Pesticide Safety: A Study Manual for Private Applicators, 3rd Edition
Back in stock and updated!
All California farm owners, managers, and employees involved with the use of pesticides should have this manual. Covers pesticide labels, mixing and applying pesticides, hazards of pesticide use, and pesticide emergencies.
Principles for Landscape Water Conservation
Repeated droughts, warm temperatures, and climate change mean that water conservation will remain a necessity in California.
Seguridad con los pesticidas: Un manual de estudio para aplicadores privados 3a
¡De nuevo en existencia, disponible y actualizado!
Todos los propietarios, gerentes y empleados de granjas en California que usan pesticidas deben tener este manual. Abarca una variedad de temas como: Las etiquetas de pesticidas, La mezcla y aplicación de pesticidas, Los peligros del uso de pesticidas y Emergencias por pesticidas.
Songbird, Bat and Owl Boxes
This handy guide explores the benefits of the biodiversity and aesthetics of songbirds, bats, and owls. While written with vineyard managers in mind, anyone interested in learning about nest boxes will find this guide useful. Includes plans for building your own boxes.
Wine Grape Varieties in California
This is a “must-have” for everyone who loves California wines. Inside you’ll find information on 53 varieties grown in California, each highlighted by close-up photography of its clusters, leaves, and leaf shoots – 107 lush color photos in all.