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2017 PNW Insect Management Handbook

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A comprehensive guide to insect management in commercial crops and environmen ...

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EB0818E
Carpenter Ants: Their Biology and Control
Descriptions, drawings, and color photos of carpenter ants in different stages and habitats. Colony and damage photos included. Cultural and chemical control methods. No products recommended. ...

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PNW624/Replaces EM033E
Identification and Habits of Key Ant Pests in the Pacific Northwest
This publication describes the 12 most common ants characterized as structural pests in Washington, Idaho, and Oregon. Drawings and descriptions follow an introduction to ants and their general biolog ...

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C0495E
Insect Diagnosis Request Form
Identification form for growers or gardeners to fill out and send with preserved insects (or insects and damaged plants) or take to Master Gardener clinics. Knowing your insect pest is the first step ...

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C1048
Lawn/Turfgrass Problem Diagnosis
Lawn problems can be complex. Filling out this form and sending a sample to the WSU Puyallup Plant Clinic will give the turfgrass gurus insight they need into the cause of your lawn problem. ...

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PNW627
Meadow Voles and Pocket Gophers
Starting with background on the biology and behaviors of gophers and voles, this publication dwells primarily on the gamut of ways to manage these widespread pests. Color photos. ...

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EB1382E
Moisture Ants

Ants in this collective category invade wood that is rotting or in final decay stages. The ants do not cause the decay, but indicate an existing problem. Yellow and cornfield ants are described. Co ...

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FS146E
Mole Management in Washington Backyards (Home Garden Series)
Moles are serious pests to lawns and gardens in western Washington, along with a few areas east of the Cascade Mountains. This publication will help home gardeners develop a multi-action plan to deal ...

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EB1550E
Odorous House Ant

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Tapinoma sessile (Say), the odorous house ant, is a widely distributed native species found throughout the United States, in Canada, and Mexico. The common name of this ...

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FS106E
Ornamental Grass Threatens Native Biodiversity
Ornamental grasses are increasingly popular in landscaping. One species being offered in nurseries and online is ribbongrass, or Phalaris arundinacea var. picta (‘Castor’, ‘Feesey’, ‘Strawberries and ...

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