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Research highlights
by Lucien Crowder

January-March 2020
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UC ANR advisors support cattle ranchers after wildfires
by H. White

April-June 2019
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Research highlights
by Lucien Crowder

October-December 2018
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Broccoli meal fed to laying hens increases nutrients in eggs and deepens the yolk color
by Gabriela Pedroza, Thomas Famula, Annie King

October-December 2018
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Groundwater sustainability in the San Joaquin Valley: Multiple benefits if agricultural lands are retired and restored strategically
by Rodd Kelsey, Abby Hart, H. Scott Butterfield, Dan Vink

July-September 2018
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Research highlights
by Jim Downing, Lucien Crowder

July-September 2018
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Hedgerow benefits align with food production and sustainability goals
by Rachael F. Long, Kelly Garbach, Lora A. Morandin

July-September 2017
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Inconsistent food safety pressures complicate environmental conservation for California produce growers
by Patrick Baur, Laura Driscoll, Sasha Gennet, Daniel Karp

July-September 2016
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Management of blue gum eucalyptus in California requires region-specific consideration
by Kristina M. Wolf, Joseph M. DiTomaso

January-March 2016
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Private lands habitat programs benefit California's native birds
by Thomas Gardali, Ryan T. DiGaudio, Kimberly E. Kreitinger, Catherine M. Hickey, Nathaniel E. Seavy

October-December 2015
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UC ANR Cooperative Extension grows citizen scientists
by Rose Hayden-Smith, Yana Valachovic, Brendan Twieg

April-June 2015
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Diagnostics in animal health: How UC helps exclude and minimize impact of livestock pathogens
by John M. Adaska, Edward R. Atwill, Glenn A. Nader

October-December 2014
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Water advance model and sensor system can reduce tail runoff in irrigated alfalfa fields
by Brad J. Arnold, Shrinivasa K. Upadhyaya, Jedediah Roach, Parasappa S. Kanannavar, Daniel H. Putnam

July-September 2014
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2013 index
Editors

January-June 2014
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Survey of rice storage facilities identifies research and education needs
by Luis A. Espino, Chris A. Greer, Randall G. Mutters, James F. Thompson

January-June 2014
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Popular Backyard Flock program reduces biosecurity risks of amateur production
by Sarah Stinson, Asli Mete

October-December 2013
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Stinkwort is rapidly expanding its range in California
by Rachel Brownsey, Guy B. Kyser, Joseph M. DiTomaso

April-June 2013
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Community Supported Agriculture is thriving in the Central Valley
by Ryan E. Galt, Libby O'Sullivan, Jessica Beckett, Colleen C. Hiner

January-March 2012
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Transgenic rice evaluated for risks to marketability
by Dustin R. Mulvaney, Timothy J. Krupnik, Kaden B. Koffler

July-September 2011
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Memory, brain and aging: The good, the bad and the promising
by Beth A. Ober

October-December 2010
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Sierra foothills research center celebrates 50 years of rangeland productivity
by Robin Meadows

April-June 2010
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The 50th anniversary of a great idea: Landmark article on “integrated control” considered “most important” pest control paper of 20th century
by Jeannette Warnert

October-December 2009
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Native bees are a rich natural resource in urban California gardens
by Gordon W. Frankie, Robbin W. Thorp, Jennifer Hernandez, Mark Rizzardi, Barbara Ertter, Jaime C. Pawelek, Sara L. Witt, Mary Schindler, Rollin Coville, Victoria A. Wojcik

July-September 2009
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Nest boxes can attract wildlife to vineyards
by Janet Byron

October-December 2008
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Agro-environmental partnerships facilitate sustainable wine-grape production and assessment
by Janet C. Broome, Keith Douglass Warner

October-December 2008
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Sidebar: Interest in organic winegrowing is increasing
by Glenn McGourty

October-December 2008
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Self-reseeding annual legumes evaluated as cover crops for untilled vineyards
by Glenn McGourty, James Nosera, Steven Tylicki, Agnes Toth

October-December 2008
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Large nesting birds threaten arboretum trees
by Sylvia Wright

July-September 2008
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Pharmaceutical crops have a mixed outlook in California
by Michelle Marvier

April-June 2007
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Oaks: Research and outreach to prevent woodland loss
by Robin Meadows

January-March 2007
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Impact of environmental factors on fish distribution assessed in rangeland streams
by Lisa C. Thompson, Larry Forero, Yukako Sado, Kenneth W. Tate

October-December 2006
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UC works to monitor, prevent, contain avian flu
by Lynn Narlesky

July-September 2006
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Biotic diversity interfaces with urbanization in the Lake Tahoe Basin
by Patricia N. Manley, Dennis D. Murphy, Lori A. Campbell, Kirsten E. Heckmann, Susan Merideth, Sean A. Parks, Monte P. Sanford, Matthew D. Schlesinger

April-June 2006
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Reduced-risk fungicides help manage brown rot and other fungal diseases of stone fruit
by James E Adaskaveg, Helga Förster, W. Doug Gubler, Beth L Teviotdale, David F Thompson

April-June 2005
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Agricultural innovation marks 40 years at Kearney
by Jeannette Warnert

April-June 2005
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Managing resistance is critical to future use of pyrethroids and neonicotinoids
by Frank G. Zalom, Nick C. Toscano, Frank J. Byrne

January-March 2005
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Various novel insecticides are less toxic to humans, more specific to key pests
by Elizabeth E Grafton-Cardwell, Larry D Godfrey, William E Chaney, Walter J Bentley

January-March 2005
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Food Quality Protection Act launches search for pest management alternatives
by Robert A. Van Steenwyk

January-March 2005
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West Nile virus spreads
Editors

July-September 2004
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Tomato pomace may be a good source of vitamin E in broiler diets
by Annie J. King, Gideon Zeidler

January-March 2004
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Toll-free number aids Spanish-speaking firestorm victims; UC reserve burns
Editors

January-March 2004
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Killer algae under control, for now
Editors

October-December 2003
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Model describes sustainable long-term recycling of saline agricultural drainage water
by David E Birkle, William A Jury, Iddo Kan

January-March 2003
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Insecticide choice for alfalfa may protect water quality
by Rachael Freeman Long, Mary Nett, Daniel H. Putnam, Guomin Shan, Jerry Schmierer, Barbara Reed

September-October 2002
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Oral exposure to hormones “masculinizes” female finches
Editors

July-August 2002
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Lessons flow from Klamath Basin water crisis
by Janet Byron

July-August 2002
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New wildlife center cleans oiled birds
Editors

March-April 2002
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Long-term studies find benefits, challenges in alternative rice straw management
by Jeffrey A. Bird, Alison J. Eagle, William R. Horwath, Mike W. Hair, Eric E. Zilbert, Chris van Kessel

March-April 2002
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Eradication costs calculated: Red imported fire ants threaten agriculture, wildlife and homes
by Karen M. Jetter, Jay Hamilton, John H. Klotz

January-February 2002
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European grapes tested in North Coast vineyards
by Mandy Erickson

November-December 2001
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Research on animal-borne parasites and pathogens helps prevent human disease
by Robert S. Lane, John R. Anderson

November-December 2001
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Hopland celebrates 50 years of rangeland research
by Robin Meadows

November-December 2001
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Managing manure and conserving predators helps control flies in caged-layer poultry systems
by Bradley A. Mullens, Nancy C. Hinkle, Coralie E. Szijj, Douglas R. Kuney

September-October 2001
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Genetically engineered tomato grows in salty water
Editors

September-October 2001
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UC scientists help growers cope with energy crunch
by Robin Meadows

September-October 2001
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Alfalfa water use pinpointed in saline, shallow water tables of Imperial Valley
by Khaled M. Bali, Mark E. Grismer, Richard L. Snyder

July-August 2001
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Science briefs
Editors

July-August 2001
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Township limits on 1,3-D will impact adjustment to methyl bromide phase-out
by Janet Carpenter, Lori Lynch, Tom Trout

May-June 2001
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Letters
From our readers

May-June 2001
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Reducing fertilizer in sugarbeets can protect water quality
by Stephen R. Kalfka, Don Kirby, Gary R. Peterson

May-June 2001
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Algal-bacterial treatment facility removes selenium from drainage water
by Nigel W.T. Quinn, Terrance Leighton, Tryg J. Lundquist, F. Bailey Green, Max A. Zárate, William J. Oswald

November-December 2000
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Comprehensive studies are needed: Food security, biodiversity threatened by population growth
by Jerry R. Gillespie

September-October 2000
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Salmonella in sewage effluent raises ecological and food-safety concerns
by Hailu Kinde, Edward R. Atwill

September-October 2000
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For the birds: Farmers accommodate wildlife
Editors

May-June 1999
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Late season hay harvest provides habitat for marshland birds
by Wade L. Epperson, John M. Eadie, Daniel B. Marcum, E. Lee Fitzhugh, Richard E. Delmas

May-June 1999
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Agriculture and the ecosystem: Partners for life
by W.R. Gomes

May-June 1999
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Fighting fire with fire science
by Jill Goetz

May-June 1999
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Ecosystem health subject of landmark gathering
Editors

July-August 1999
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Fire ant invades Southern California
Editors

March-April 1999
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Growers strive to reduce selenium discharges
Editors

September-October 1998
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Invasion biology: Rethinking our response to alien species
by Robert C. Venette, James R. Carey

March-April 1998
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Scientists see spike in Africanized bee numbers
Editors

March-April 1998
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Parasitoid wasp controls blue gum psyllid
by Donald L. Dahlsten, David L. Rowney, William A. Copper, Richard L. Tassan, William E. Chaney, Karen L. Robb, Steven Tjosvold, Mary Bianchi, Priscilla Lane

January-February 1998
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Management changes in rice production alter microbial community
by Deborah A. Bossio, Kate M. Scow

November-December 1997
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Oak woodlands harbor greatest biodiversity
Editors

November-December 1997
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Vertebrates diverse and abundant in well-structured oak woodland
by William D. Tietje, Justin K. Vreeland

November-December 1997
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Computer model improves real-time management of water quality
by Nigel W.T. Quinn, Leslie F. Grober, Jo-Anne Kipps, Carl W. Chen, Earle Cummings

September-October 1997
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Farmers and ranchers: Stewards of the land
by W.R. Gomes

November-December 1995
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Displaced by agriculture, urban growth: California wildlife faces uncertain future
by Thomas E. Kucera, Reginald H. Barrett

November-December 1995
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How economic incentives for growers can benefit biological diversity
by Richard E. Howitt

November-December 1995
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Biodiversity indicators in California: Taking nature's temperature
by Michael E. Soulé

November-December 1995
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In California: ‘Agrobiodiversity’ key to agricultural productivity
by Calvin O. Qualset, Patrick E. McGuire, Marilyn L. Warburton

November-December 1995
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Sidebar: Habitat fragmentation: the sum of the pieces is less than the whole
by Tom Scott, Nanette Pratini

November-December 1995
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Conjunctive use of farmland adds value: Winter flooding of ricelands provides waterfowl habitat
by Sylvie M. Brouder, James E. Hill

November-December 1995
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Temperature affects lesser mealworm populations in turkey brooder houses
by John C. Voris, Jeffery A. Meyer, Ralph Pfost, Rornney Woodbury

March-April 1994
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Ethephon sprays eliminate the messy, hazardous fruits of flowering pear and liquidambar
by Ed Perry, Allen Lagarbo

March-April 1994
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Crow damage to almonds increasing; no foolproof solution in sight
by Janine Hasey, Terrell P. Salmon

September-October 1993
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Salt deposits in evaporation ponds: an environmental hazard?
by Kenneth K. Tanji, Colin G. H. Ong, Randy A. Dahlgren, Mitchell J. Herbel

November-December 1992
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Ecological research: Long-term studies to gauge effects of invading bees
by Robbin W. Thorp, Gordon W. Frankie, John Barthell, David Gordon, Linda Newstrom, Terry Griswold, Justin Schmidt, Steve Thoenes

January-February 1992
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Imported fire ants: potential risk to California
by Vernard R. Lewis, Laura D. Merrill, Thomas H. Atkinson, Joanne S. Wasbauer

January-February 1992
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On the California border, exotic pests pose growing problem for California
by Robert V. Dowell, Conrad J. Krass

January-February 1992
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Strategies needed for oak protection: Despite landowner favor, oak groves likely to diminish in size and number
by R. H. Schmidt

November-December 1991
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European mistletoe continues to spread in Sonoma County
by Frank G. Hawksworth, Robert F. Scharpf, Melissa Marosy

November-December 1991
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Triticale: an alternative cereal grain in broiler starter diets
by Pran Vohra, Sally Bersch, Calvin O. Qualset, Robert Becker

September-October 1991
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Pesticides and your food: How safe is “safe”?
by Gary A. Beall, Christine M. Bruhn, Arthur L. Craigmill, Carl K. Winter

July-August 1991
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Wildlife diversity of the central Sierra foothills
by William M. Block, Michael L. Morrison

March-April 1990
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Seasonal activity of two human-biting ticks
by Robert S. Lane

March-April 1990
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Relative grape damaging potential of three species of birds
by Mark E. Tobin

March-April 1984
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Cage-bird research at Davis
by C. R. Grau, Thomas E. Roudybush

November-December 1983
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Avian sciences research update: Effects of oil on birds
Editors

April 1978
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Restricted feeding of Leghorn layers
by Milo H. Swanson, Gary W. Johnston

November 1975
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Insectiveorous birds for forest insect control
Editors

September 1974
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Birds of a cattle feedlot in the Southern California desert
by Timothy Lynch, Lloyd Tevis, Rodolfo Ruibal

March 1973
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Lighting turkeys for off-season egg production
by Allen E. Woodard, Hans Abplanalp

December 1972
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Importation of wild strain Japanese quail (wild coturnix) offers new game bird possibility
by W. O. Wilson, B. Anderson, T. D. Siopes

July 1971
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