Burlingame, California

IPM in the Burlingame Parks Division


The Burlingame Parks Division engages in a limited number of pesticide applications, a summary of which follows. Click on the documents in the document library below for more information about the IPM program

HERBICIDES:

  1. fencelines and medians  (pre and post emergent)
  2. hardscape applications
  3. spot landscape applications
  4. turf areas—spot selective treatment, e.g. crabgrass, clover
  5. stump treatment to prevent regrowth

INSECTICIDES

  1. aphid/elm leaf beetle control in City Street Trees
  2. aphid control on shrubs, bedding plants
  3. ant control around buildings
  4. selective yellow jacket control in City parks

FUNGICIDES

  1. permitted use of anthracnose controls by home owners
  2. occasional contracted injected Dutch Elm Disease prevention
  3. golf green pathogen controls are no longer applied by the Division

VERTEBRATE CONTROL

  1. pocket gophers in landscape/turf
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Forms & Notifications9 documents

  • Council letter.doc
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  • glyphosate memo to City Council.doc
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  • Monthly Pesticide Usage.xls
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  • pesticide application warning Ray Park.doc
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  • pesticide application warning sign.doc
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  • pesticide application warning Village Park.doc
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  • pesticide application warning.doc
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  • pesticide emergency labels.docx
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  • pesticide form dpr-hsa-118.pdf
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Healthy Schools Act9 documents

  • annual guardian notification.docx
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  • Dear Guardians and Employees 2.docx
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  • Dear Guardians and Employees.docx
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  • guardian notification.docx
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  • Healthy Schools Act Overview.docx
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  • ipm plan childcare.pdf
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  • ipm plan.pdf
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  • pesticide application warning sign.doc
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  • pesticide form dpr-hsa-118.pdf
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Training8 documents

  • IPM IN THE BURLINGAME PARKS DIVISION.doc
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  • IPM notes.docx
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  • Pesticide area list.doc
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  • pesticide tailgate.doc
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  • Pesticide training checklist.xlsx
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  • SMCWPPP PSCE C.9 Burlingame AR data.xlsx
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  • Training Pics.docx
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  • WRITTEN TRAINING PROGRAM FOR EMPLOYEES WHO HANDLE PESTICIDES.doc
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