Mice, Voles, & Rats Temecula CA
Sun City, CA
Lake Elsinore, CA
Valley Center, CA
From the smallest house mouse to the largest Norway rat, these rodents live wherever humans do. Rats and mice are active at night, while voles can be seen scurrying about day or night. These creatures love to dig and burrow, making them major pests of underground plantings in the garden. Partially eaten potatoes or carrots are a sign of mice and vole activity. They also devour newly sown seeds, and feed on most flower bulbs (except daffodils). Spring snowmelt often reveals bark chewed from the base of young tree trunks.
The first line of defense is to create a mouse-unfriendly environment by removing food, water, and shelter. Seal pathways they might use to enter buildings, clean up pet food dishes, and keep garbage in secured bins. The most effective household control is the old-fashioned trap. Whether it be a snap trap or live trap, bait it with peanut butter or bacon and place it in mouse runways. In the garden, delay using fluffy mulches such as straw until late in the season. Mice love to winter over in this material and it gives them easy access to your plants under the snow. Repellents containing ammonium can be effective against rodents when applied as directed. Protect tree trunks with tree wrap or hardware cloth, making sure it reaches a few inches below the soil line and 18 inches high. Place precious bulbs such as lilies in metal cages or place sharp, crushed gravel around the bulb when planting to deter these tunneling pests.
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Dates: 7/22/2013 - 7/25/2013
Location: Desert Springs JW Marriott Resort & Spa
Palm Desert, CA
74855 Country Club Drive
Palm Desert, CA
Founded in 1903, the American Society for Horticultural Science (ASHS) is the largest organization dedicated to advancing all facets of horticultural research, education, and application.ASHS is a cornerstone of research and education in horticulture and an agent for active promotion of horticultural science.Who Should Exhibit:-Suppliers of software, computer equipment, and communications related products-Suppliers of scientific laboratory, classroom, and greenhouse instruments and equipment-Companies that produce and distribute chemicals such as growth regulators, fungicides, insecticides, herbicides, and fertilizers.Benefits of Exhibiting at ASHS Annual Conferences:-Display hours in a prominent location-Company listing and product description in the Program Abstracts edition of HortScience-A complete registration list following the conference-Security is provided during non-exhibiting hoursNot sure if you want to exhibit at or attend the 2013 ASHS Annual Conference - American Society Of Horticultural Science? See the panels below to get the information you need to make an informed decision.
PMA Fresh Summit International Convention & Exposition 2014 - Produce Marketing Association
Dates: 10/17/2014 - 10/19/2014
The Produce Marketing Association is the leading global trade association serving the entire produce and floral supply chains by enhancing the marketing of produce, floral, and related products and services worldwide. PMA members are buyers and sellers from every segment of the produce and floral supply chain.Fresh Summit is large, well-attended, informative and exciting. Which makes it, in a word, efficient. It draws decision makers from every sector of the supply chain to one location, offering one of the best opportunities you’ll have all year to make an impression on the people you need to know most.Year after year, more than 18,500 attendees and 900+ exhibitors from 50 countries come together for three days of networking, innovation, visibility and deal making at Fresh Summit. As an exhibitor, you’ll get all the tools you’ll need to leverage the contacts you make at Fresh Summit throughout the year. If you want to showcase your company and truly connect with the produce and floral supply chain, exhibiting at Fresh Summit is the way.It's your once-a-year opportunity to:Launch new products and servicesIncrease company visibilityCome face-to-face with key buyersGather intelligence for benchmarking and new product developmentExtend your reach into new markets around the globeWhat Fresh Summit Buyers Want to See:Fresh fruits and vegetables (domestic & imported)Fresh-cut/Value-addedOrganic ProduceFloral Products and ServicesProcessed Produce ItemsPackaging Materials and ServicesPackaging/Sorting/Sizing EquipmentMerchandising/Display EquipmentDried Fruit and NutsTransportation ServicesLabeling/Pricing SystemsFresh HerbsSalad Dressing and SaucesWhom Fresh Summit Buyers Want to Meet:Grower-shippers and processors of fresh fruits and vegetables, flowers and plants, fresh-cut and value-added commodities, and organic and natural foodsSuppliers and manufacturers of packaging, equipment, labeling, transportation, merchandising, and technology servicesRepresentatives from