Other Crop & Commodity Management Sites
UC IPM Online • Statewide Integrated Pest Management Program
UC IPM Online provides information and resources about Integrated Pest Management (IPM) principles, practices and applications pertaining to:
- Pest identification
- Monitoring and assessing pest numbers and damage
- Guidelines for when management action is needed
- Preventing pest problems
- Using a combination of biological, cultural, physical/mechanical and chemical management tools
Other UC Research and Information Centers (RICs)
The RICs serve as a focal point for interaction between commodity industries and the research and educational resources of the University of California. They collaborate with researchers and help distribute knowledge for the benefit of agriculture and for the preservation of natural resources. The RICs disseminate information relevant to consumers, growers and processors.
We develop research and extension education initiatives and foster collaboration between California rangeland researchers and educators.
We help coordinate and disseminate University of California research-based information and activities related to the production of fruit and nut crops.
Through the postharvest technology center of 11 Extension Specialists, we strive to provide relevant information to California growers, shippers, marketers, carriers, distributors, retailers, processors, and consumers of fresh horticultural crops.
Seed Biotechnology Center (SBC)
We are a focal point for interaction between the seed industry and the research and educational resources of the University of California, Davis. We coordinate research to address problems of interest to the seed industry and provide continuing education in seed biology and technology.
The University of California Nursery and Floriculture Alliance
We aim to serve the educational needs of the various agricultural production industries in California that produce greenhouse ornamental crops and outdoor nursery products.
We are dedicated to communication, coordination and leadership in all areas of UC involvement in vegetable biology, production, handling, marketing and consumption.
We are an interdisciplinary collaboration that fosters research in weed management and distributes knowledge for the benefit of agriculture and for the preservation of natural resources.