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Three new Phytophthora detection methods, including training dogs to sniff out the pathogen, prove reliable
by Tedmund J. Swiecki, Matt Quinn, Laura Sims, Elizabeth Bernhardt, Lauralea Oliver, Tina Popenuck, Matteo Garbelotto

October-December 2018
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Coordinated response to inadvertent introduction of pathogens to California restoration areas
by Susan J. Frankel, Janice M. Alexander, Diana Benner, Alisa Shor

October-December 2018
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Soil- and waterborne Phytophthora species linked to recent outbreaks in Northern California restoration sites
by Matteo Garbelotto, Susan J. Frankel, Bruno Scanu

October-December 2018
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Fumigant dosages below maximum label rate control some soilborne pathogens
by Shachaf Triky-Dotan, Becky Westerdahl, Frank N. Martin, Krishna Subbarao, Steven T. Koike, Husein A. Ajwa

July-September 2016
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Phytophthora ramorum can survive introduction into finished compost
by Steven Swain, Matteo Garbelotto

October-December 2015
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Soil suitability index identifies potential areas for groundwater banking on agricultural lands
by Samuel Sandoval Solis, A.T. O'Geen, Matthew B.B. Saal, Helen Dahlke, David Doll, Rachel Elkins, Allan Fulton, Graham Fogg, Thomas Harter, Jan W. Hopmans, Chuck Ingels, Franz Niederholzer, Paul Verdegaal, Mike Walkinshaw

April-June 2015
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A look at EIPD Strategic Initiative projects
by Hazel White

October-December 2014
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EXCLUDING PESTS AND PATHOGENS: Plant health: How diagnostic networks and interagency partnerships protect plant systems from pests and pathogens
by Richard M. Bostock, Carla S. Thomas, Richard W. Hoenisch, Deborah A. Golino, Georgios Vidalakis

October-December 2014
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TIF film, substrates and nonfumigant soil disinfestation maintain fruit yields
by Steven A. Fennimore, Raquel Serohijos, Jayesh B. Samtani, Husein A. Ajwa, Krishna V. Subbarao, Frank N. Martin, Oleg Daugovish, Dan Legard, Greg T. Browne, Joji Muramoto, Carol Shennan, Karen Klonsky

July-September 2013
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Forest nurseries face critical choices with the loss of methyl bromide fumigation
by Jerry E. Weiland, Will R. Littke, Diane L. Haase

July-September 2013
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Managing the almond and stone fruit replant disease complex with less soil fumigant
by Greg T. Browne, Bruce D. Lampinen, Brent A. Holtz, David A. Doll, Shrinivasa K. Upadhyaya, Leigh S. Schmidt, Ravindra G. Bhat, Vasu Udompetaikul, Robert W. Coates, Bradley D. Hanson, Karen M. Klonsky, Suduan Gao, Dong Wang, Matt Gillis, James S. Gerik, R. Scott Johnson

July-September 2013
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Diaprepes root weevil, a new California pest, will raise costs for pest control and trigger quarantines
by Karen M. Jetter, Kris Godfrey

July-September 2009
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Phosphonate controls sudden oak death pathogen for up to 2 years
by Matteo Garbelotto, Douglas J. Schmidt

January-March 2009
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Science-based outreach helps stem sudden oak death
by Robin Meadows

January-March 2009
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Methyl bromide alternatives evaluated for California strawberry nurseries
by Steven A. Fennimore, John M. Duniway, Greg T. Browne, Frank N. Martin, Husein A. Ajwa, Becky B. Westerdahl, Rachael E. Goodhue, Milton Haar, Christopher Winterbottom

April-June 2008
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Regulators and researchers seek innovative water-quality solutions
by Robin Meadows

October-December 2007
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Treatments could slow spread of sudden oak death
by Robin Meadows

January-March 2007
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AES Centennial 100: UC Riverside marks a century of agricultural innovation — still thriving in an urban empire
by Kathy Barton

October-December 2006
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Survey seeks to improve sudden oak death outreach
by Meadows Robin

October-December 2005
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English walnut rootstocks help avoid blackline disease, but produce less than ‘Paradox’ hybrid
by Joseph A. Grant, Gale H. McGranahan

October-December 2005
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Drip irrigation increases tomato yields in salt-affected soil of San Joaquin Valley
by Blaine Hanson, Don May

October-December 2003
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Non-oak native plants are main hosts for sudden oak death pathogen in California
by Matteo Garbelotto, Jennifer M Davidson, Kelly Ivors, Patricia E Maloney, Daniel Hüberli, Steven T Koike, David M Rizzo

January-March 2003
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SOD pathogen hits coast redwoods, Douglas fir
by Janet White

November-December 2002
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Avocado thrips: New challenge for growers
by Mark S. Hoddle, Joseph G. Morse, Phil A. Phillips, Ben A. Faber, Karen M. Jetier

May-June 2002
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SOD found on UC Berkeley campus
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January-February 2002
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New tools, methods needed to replace methyl bromide
by Janet Byron

May-June 2001
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May-June 2001
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March-April 2001
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Sudden oak death spurs massive team effort
by W.R. Gomes

January-February 2001
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Oak killer found in rhododendrons
by Pam Kan-Rice

January-February 2001
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New pests and diseases: Sudden oak death syndrome fells 3 oak species
by Matteo Garbelotto, Pavel Svihra, David M. Rizzo

January-February 2001
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Broccoli residues can control Verticillium wilt of cauliflower
by Steven T. Koike, Krishna V. Subbarao

May-June 2000
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Waters recede, damage estimates soar
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January-February 1997
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Q & A: George Zentmyer, Plant Pathologist
by Kathy Barton

November-December 1996
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News from the recycling front: Agriculture could provide a major market for recycled green waste
by Jeannette Warnert

September-October 1996
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Almond trees grown on peach rootstock initially more productive
by W.C. Micke, M.W. Freeman, R.H. Beede, D.E. Kester, J.T. Yeager, K.G. Pelletreau, J.H. Connell

July-August 1996
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Conversion to organic strawberry management changes ecological processes
by Stephen R. Gliessman, Matthew R. Werner, Sean L. Swezey, Ed Caswell, Jim Cochran, Francisco Rosado-May

January-February 1996
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Soil fumigants provide multiple benefits; alternatives give mixed results
by M. McKenry, T. Buzo, J. Kretsch, S. Kaku, E. Otomo, R. Ashcroft, A. Lange, K. Kelley

May-June 1994
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After methyl bromide: No easy answers
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May-June 1994
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Apple rootstocks evaluated for California
by Warren C. Micke, James T. Yeager, Paul M. Vossen, Richard S. Bethell, John H. Footl, Ronald H. Tyler

March-April 1992
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Blackeye bean root rot diseases identified
by Donald C. Erwin, Rudolph A. Khan, Carolyn Ver Linden, Carol Frate, Douglas Munier

July-August 1991
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Fall almond pruning has practical advantages, no adverse effects
by Wilbur O. Reil, Warren C. Micke, James Yeager, Charles Langston

May-June 1991
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Citrus skirt pruning – a management technique for Phytophthora brown rot
by Phil A. Phillips, Neil V. O'Connell, John A. Menge

November-December 1990
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IPM Integrated crop management increases citrus growth and yields
by J. Menge, J. Morse, D. Hare, C. Coggins, J. Pehrson, J. Meyer, T. Embleton, S. Van Gundy, A. Dodds, M. L. Arpaia, E. Takele, C. Adams, A. Strawn, E. Pond, D. Atkin

September-October 1990
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Strawberry production systems during conversion to organic management
by Stephen R. Gliessman, Sean L. Swezey, Jan Allison, Jim Cochran, John Farrell, Rob Kluson, Francisco Rosado-May, Matthew Werner

July-August 1990
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Control of Phytophthora root rot in container-grown citrus
by Howard D. Ohr, Margaret K. Murphy, Gary Bender

May-June 1986
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Effects of salinity stress on the development of Phytophthora root rots
by James D. MacDonald, Tedmond J. Swiecki, Nancy S. Blaker, Jane D. Shapiro

October 1984
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Managing phytophthora root rot in cauliflower
by Demetrios G. Kontaxis, Vincent E. Rubatzky

November-December 1983
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Fungicides for late blight in tomato
by Albert O. Paulus, Jerry Nelson, Harold W. Otto, Roy Kobayashi

November-December 1983
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Effect of Phytophthora spear rot on asparagus yield
by Peter G. Falloon, Linda M. Falloon, Robert J. Mullen, Brian L. Benson, Raymond G. Grogan

July-August 1983
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A foliage blight of euonymus caused by
by Randolph Keim, Laura J. Klure, George A. Zentmyer

May-June 1981
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Root rot tolerance in new alfalfa strains now available to plant breeders
by W. F. Lehman, D. C. Erwin, E. H. Stanford

April 1967
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A progress report…: Citrus rootstocks resistant to phytophthora root rot
by L. J. Klotz, W. P. Bitters, T. A. DeWolfe

February 1965
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Breeding alfalfa with resistance to phytophthora root rot
by E. H. Stanford

May 1964
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Ventura county survey finds little avocado root rot
by R. M. Burns, R. W. Kover, C. C. Delphey, K. D. Gowans, G. A. Zentmyer

February 1964
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Avocado root rot soil survey
by R. M. Burns, K. D. Gowans, R. B. Harding, G. A. Zentmyer

May 1962
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