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Habitat GardeningFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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Sustainable GardeningFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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Native treesFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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Integrated Pest ManagementFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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Natives MaintenanceFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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Pet and Child Friendly GardensFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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The Mighty RedwoodFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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Site ProtectionFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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Soil Food WebFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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Water Wise GardeningFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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WeedsFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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Care of Trees in DroughtFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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Edible Plants of CaliforniaFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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Abiotic and Biotic DisordersFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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How to Use the UC IPM siteFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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Pesticide ResistanceFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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Pesticide SafetyFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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Pesticide Safety: LabelsFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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Pesticides and PollinatorsFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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Long Term Effects of Pesticide ExposureFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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Plant Diseases and CuresFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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What Pesticide Does What?Frank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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Fate of Pesticides in the EnvironmentFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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Insect Defense MechanismsFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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The IPM pyramid of TacticsFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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Working Safely with PesticidesFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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Pesticide Worker SafetyFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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Plant Disease & WeedsFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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PyrethroidsFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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Weeds, a perspective of plants seemingly without virtue
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Good Bug, Bad BugFrank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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Why study Native Plants?Frank Niccoliniccolifrancis@fhda.edu
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South American's Aphrodisiac/ Passion FruitJorge Ochoajochoa@lbcc.eduPassion fruit: the name evokes an exotic tropical paradise, an aphrodisiac or a wonderful flavoring for many juice mixes and pastries. Nature provided over sixty different species of edible passion fruit, but most people are only aware of just one (Passiflora edulis). Join Jorge Ochoa as we take a trek through the jungles of Central and South America to learn about the many unfamiliar passion fruits that are becoming popular and that you can grow in your backyard
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