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About Bonnie Bradt

Bonnie received a Master Degree in entomology from UC Davis in the early 1970's and has worked in private and University research laboratories until her retirement from UC Davis in 2011. Bonnie has lived in Grass Valley for 20 years and has been in the UCCE Master Gardeners of Nevada County for over 15 years. She has taught many classes to local home gardeners on the subject of entomology in the garden and many other topics. - The UCCE Master Gardeners of Nevada County, with over 110 active members, has been providing research based information to the home gardeners of Nevada County for over 37 years. Visit www.ncmg.ucanr.org for more information.

Least Toxic Methods of Insect Control

By |2020-09-16T17:39:56-07:00September 15th, 2020|Categories: California, Community, Sustainable Living|Tags: |

*Local Learning Series written by Bonnie Bradt member of UCCE Master Gardeners of Nevada County and lives in Grass Valley, CA. Least Toxic Methods of Insect Control Let’s face it, fellow gardeners, historically, the concept of “pest control” consisted of dusting or spraying, with the [...]

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