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The palm weevil Rhynchophorus vulneratus is eradicated from Laguna Beach
by Mark S. Hoddle, Christina D. Hoddle, Mohammed Alzubaidy, John Kabashima, J. Nicholas Nisson, Jocelyn Millar, Monica Dimson

January-March 2017
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Irrigation method does not affect wild bee pollinators of hybrid sunflower
by Hillary Sardiñas, Collette Yee, Claire Kremen

January-March 2017
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How many workers are employed in California agriculture?
by Philip Martin, Brandon Hooker, Muhammad Akhtar, Marc Stockton

January-March 2017
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Trump and U.S. immigration policy
by Philip Martin

January-March 2017
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Drones in California research and extension
by Maggi Kelly

January-March 2017
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Unmanned aerial systems for agriculture and natural resources
by Sean D. Hogan, Maggi Kelly, Brandon Stark, YangQuan Chen

January-March 2017
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Research to policy: Enabling oak woodland restoration
by Debbie Thompson

January-March 2017
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Mark Hoddle: Smiting weevils
by Jim Downing

January-March 2017
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Soil nitrate testing supports nitrogen management in irrigated annual crops
by Patricia A. Lazicki, Daniel Geisseler


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Unanswered questions for implementation of the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act
by Michael Kiparsky

October-December 2016
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Practitioner perspectives on using nonnative plants for revegetation
by Elise Gornish, Elizabeth Brusati, Douglas W. Johnson

October-December 2016
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The Sustainable Groundwater Management Act challenges the diversity of California farms
by Jessica Rudnick, Alyssa DeVincentis, Linda Estelí Méndez-Barrientos

October-December 2016
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On-farm flood capture could reduce groundwater overdraft in Kings River Basin
by Philip A.M. Bachand, Sujoy B. Roy, Nicole Stern, Joseph Choperena, Don Cameron, William R. Horwath

October-December 2016
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Unlocking the potential for innovation in rural California
by Glenda Humiston

October-December 2016
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Public funding for agricultural research benefits us all
by Glenda Humiston

April-June 2016
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Conservation agriculture: Systems thinking for sustainable farming
by Jeffrey Mitchell, Ron Harben, Garrison Sposito, Anil Shrestha, Daniel Munk, Gene Miyao, Randy Southard, Howard Ferris, William R. Horwath, Eric Kueneman, Judee Fisher, Monte Bottens, Phil Hogan, Robert Roy, Jim Komar, Dwayne Beck, Don Reicosky, Michelle Leinfelder-Miles, Brenna Aegerter, Johan Six, Tom Barcellos, Dino Giacomazzi, Alan Sano, Jesse Sanchez, Mike Crowell, John Diener, Darrell Cordova, Trevor Cordova, Jerry Rossiter

April-June 2016
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April-June 2016
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Precision overhead irrigation is suitable for several Central Valley crops
by Jeffrey P. Mitchell, Anil Shrestha, Joy Hollingsworth, Daniel Munk, Kurt J. Hembree, Thomas A. Turini

April-June 2016
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Accounting for potassium and magnesium in irrigation water quality assessment
by Garrison Sposito, Chris J. Smith, James D. Oster

April-June 2016
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Community and home gardens increase vegetable intake and food security of residents in San Jose, California
by Susan Algert, Lucy Diekmann, Marian Renvall, Leslie Gray

April-June 2016
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A qualitative evaluation of UC CalFresh Plan, Shop, Save, Cook curriculum reveals additional outcomes
by Andra Nicoli, Chutima Ganthavorn, Concepcion Mendoza, Anna Martin, Marisa Neelon, Lucia L. Kaiser

April-June 2016
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Low-input, low-cost IPM program helps manage potato psyllid
by Sean M. Prager, Gregory Kund, John Trumble

April-June 2016
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Biological control program is being developed for brown marmorated stink bug
by Jesus Lara, Charlie Pickett, Chuck Ingels, David R. Haviland, Elizabeth Grafton-Cardwell, David Doll, James Bethke, Ben Faber, Surendra K. Dara, Mark Hoddle

January-March 2016
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Preparing for an uncertain future with climate smart agriculture
by Karen Ross

January-March 2016
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California gets global water conservation perspectives
by Jeannette Warnert

January-March 2016
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Modeling the effects of local climate change on crop acreage
by Hyunok Lee, Daniel A. Sumner

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

October-December 2015
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UC ANR: The original incubator
by Glenda Humiston

October-December 2015
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Network-smart extension could catalyze social learning
by Matthew Hoffman, Mark Lubell, Vicken Hillis

April-June 2015
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UCCE efforts improve quality of and demand for fresh produce at WIC A-50 stores
by Lucia L. Kaiser, Cathi Lamp, Chutima Ganthavorn, Lucrecia Farfan-Ramirez, Maya Behar, Marita Cantwell, Shermain Hardesty

April-June 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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Barbara Allen-Diaz: A career applying research to solve California's problems
by Ann Senuta

April-June 2015
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Regional identity can add value to agricultural products
by Bradley C. Christensen, Martin Kenney, Donald Patton

April-June 2015
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Scientific literacy: California 4-H defines it from citizens' perspective
by Martin H. Smith, Steven M. Worker, Andrea P. Ambrose, Lynn Schmitt-McQuitty

April-June 2015
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WIC fruit and vegetable vouchers: Small farms face barriers in supplying produce
by Penny Leff, Aziz Baameur, Manuel Jimenez, Yelena Zeltser, Lucia Kaiser, Shermain D. Hardesty, Jose Luis Aguiar

April-June 2015
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Soil suitability index identifies potential areas for groundwater banking on agricultural lands
by 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, Samuel Sandoval Solis

April-June 2015
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Forest thinning may increase water yield from the Sierra Nevada
by Jim Downing

January-March 2015
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Conifer encroachment study will inform efforts to preserve and restore North Coast oak woodlands
by Jim Downing

January-March 2015
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Carbon calculator tracks the climate benefits of managed private forests
by William C. Stewart, Benktesh D. Sharma

January-March 2015
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Post-fire vegetation dynamics of a sagebrush steppe community change significantly over time
by Sara K. Hanna, Kenneth O. Fulgham

January-March 2015
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UC Berkeley's forestry program celebrates 100 years
by J. Keith Gilless

January-March 2015
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UC Cooperative Extension works with fire safe councils to reduce wildfires
by Glenn A. Nader, Michael De Lasaux

January-March 2015
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Cooperative, cross-boundary management facilitates large-scale ecosystem restoration efforts
by Erin Kelly, Jonathan Kusel

January-March 2015
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The cost of the glassy-winged sharpshooter to California grape, citrus and nursery producers
by Karen M. Jetter, Joseph G. Morse, John N. Kabashima

October-December 2014
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UC and the state of California team up against invasive species
by Elizabeth E. Grafton-Cardwell, Annette Jones, Nick Condos

October-December 2014
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Unwelcome arrivals
by Jeannette Warnert

October-December 2014
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A look at EIPD Strategic Initiative projects
by Hazel White

October-December 2014
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2014 index
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October-December 2014
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About California Agriculture
by Editor

October-December 2014
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Sidebar: Solving the puzzle of foothill abortion in beef cattle
by Glenn A. Nader, Mike N. Oliver, Julie A. Finzel, Myra T. Blanchard, Jeff L. Stott

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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MANAGING NEWLY ESTABLISHED PESTS: Growers, scientists and regulators collaborate on European grapevine moth program
by Monica Cooper, Lucia Varela, Rhonda Smith, David Whitmer, Gregory Simmons, Andrea Lucchi, Roxanne Broadway, Robert Steinhauer

October-December 2014
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MAINTAINING LONG-TERM MANAGEMENT: Herbicide-resistant weeds challenge some signature cropping systems
by Bradley D. Hanson, Steven Wright, Lynn M. Sosnoskie, Albert J. Fischer, Marie Jasieniuk, John A. Roncoroni, Kurt J. Hembree, Steve Orloff, Anil Shrestha, Kassim Al-Khatib

October-December 2014
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MAINTAINING LONG-TERM MANAGEMENT: Over 35 years, integrated pest management has reduced pest risks and pesticide use
by Peter B. Goodell, Frank G. Zalom, Joyce F. Strand, Cheryl A. Wilen, Karey Windbiel-Rojas

October-December 2014
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MANAGING NEWLY ESTABLISHED PESTS: Cooperative efforts contained spread of Pierce's disease and found genetic resistance
by George Bruening, Bruce C. Kirkpatrick, Thomas Esser, Robert K. Webster

October-December 2014
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Sidebar: Coordinated response to PD involves growers, scientists and government
by George Bruening, Bruce C. Kirkpatrick, Thomas Esser, Robert K. Webster

October-December 2014
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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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New license plate supports youth agricultural programs
by Robin Meadows

July-September 2014
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Clarification and Correction
by Editors

July-September 2014
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Out of sight but not out of mind: California refocuses on groundwater
by Thomas Harter, Helen E. Dahlke

July-September 2014
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UC Cooperative Extension helps Californians use water wisely
by Robin Meadows

July-September 2014
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Recycled water causes no salinity or toxicity issues in Napa vineyards
by Edward Weber, Stephen R. Grattan, Blaine R. Hanson, Gaetano A. Vivaldi, Roland D. Meyer, Terry L. Prichard, Larry J. Schwankl

July-September 2014
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Chloride levels increase after 13 years of recycled water use in the Salinas Valley
by Belinda E. Platts, Mark E. Grismer

July-September 2014
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California Agriculture corrections
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January-June 2014
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The Nutriture of People: From The Yearbook of Agriculture (USDA 1959)
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January-June 2014
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2013 index
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January-June 2014
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COMING UP in California Agriculture: UC research helps agriculture conserve water
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January-June 2014
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Pierce's disease costs California $104 million per year
by Kabir P. Tumber, Julian M. Alston, Kate B. Fuller

January-June 2014
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Seniors, and their food handlers and caregivers, need food safety and nutrition education
by Mary L. Blackburn, Christine M. Bruhn, Lisa Soederberg Miller, Chutima Ganthavorn, Beth Ober

January-June 2014
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ANR and Cooperative Extension touch people's lives
by Janet Napolitano

January-June 2014
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Rebuilding for the next 100 years
by Barbara H. Allen-Diaz

January-June 2014
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California milestones
by Rose Hayden-Smith, Rachel Surls, Marissa Palin Stein

January-June 2014
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A century of science and service
by Rose Hayden-Smith, Rachel Surls

January-June 2014
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Urban agriculture is a gateway to healthy foods
by John A. Pérez

October-December 2013
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California Agriculture staffing changes
by Editors

October-December 2013
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UC Cooperative Extension helps farming sprout in the city
by Robin Meadows

October-December 2013
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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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Testing protocol ensures the authenticity of organic fertilizers
by Fungai N.D. Mukome, Timothy A. Doane, Lucas C.R. Silva, Sanjai J. Parikh, William R. Horwath

October-December 2013
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Coming up in California Agriculture: UC Cooperative Extension: A century of providing solutions for California
Editors

October-December 2013
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Outlook: Immigration reform and California agriculture
by Philip Martin

October-December 2013
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Tractor-mounted, GPS-based spot fumigation system manages Prunus replant disease
by V. Udompetaikul, Robert W. Coates, Shrinivasa K. Upadhyaya, Greg T. Browne, Mir Shafii, Matt Gillis

October-December 2013
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About California Agriculture
by Editor

October-December 2013
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About California Agriculture
by Editor

July-September 2013
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INTRODUCTION: Methyl bromide primer and timeline
by Janet White

July-September 2013
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NEWS OVERVIEW: Researchers develop alternatives to methyl bromide fumigation
by Robin Meadows

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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Monitoring soil carbon will prepare growers for a carbon trading system
by Emma C. Suddick, Moffatt K. Ngugi, Keith Paustian, Johan Six

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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Preplant 1,3-D treatments test well for perennial crop nurseries, but challenges remain
by Bradley D. Hanson, Suduan Gao, James Gerik, Ruijun Qin, J. Alfonso Cabrera, Amit J. Jhala, M. Joy M. Abit, David Cox, Brian Correiar, Dong Wang, Gregory T. Browne

July-September 2013
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AVAILABLE from ANR: Organic Strawberry Production Manual and Prune Production Manual
Editors

July-September 2013
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COMING UP in California Agriculture: Developing testing protocols to assure the quality of fertilizer materials for organic agriculture
Editors

July-September 2013
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For switchgrass cultivated as biofuel in California, invasiveness limited by several steps
by Joseph M. DiTomaso, Jacob N. Barney, J. Jeremiah Mann, Guy Kyser

April-June 2013
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Communitywide strategies key to preventing childhood obesity
by Patricia B. Crawford, Constance L. Schneider, Anna C. Martin, Theresa Spezzano, Susan Algert, Chutima Ganthavorn, Yvonne Nicholson, Marisa Neelon, Patti C. Wooten Swanson, Susan Donohue

January-March 2013
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UC addresses needs of California youth
by Delaine Eastin

January-March 2013
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Integrating local agriculture into nutrition programs can benefit children's health
by Rachel E. Scherr, Rachel J. Cox, Gail Feenstra, Sheri Zidenberg-Cherr

January-March 2013
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Positive youth development merits state investment
by David Campbell, Kali Trzesniewski, Keith C. Nathaniel, Richard P. Enfield, Nancy Erbstein

January-March 2013
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More effective professional development can help 4-H volunteers address need for youth scientific literacy
by Martin H. Smith, Lynn Schmitt-McQuitty

January-March 2013
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TO OUR READERS: 2013 Statewide Conference, UC ANR: California Roots, Global Reach
by Barbara Allen-Diaz

January-March 2013
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California agriculture profitable and growing
by Karen Klonsky

July-September 2012
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About California Agriculture
by Editor

July-September 2012
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Corrections
Editors

July-September 2012
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Three ACE awards for California Agriculture
Editors

July-September 2012
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First phase of Hilgardia Project under way
by Janet White

July-September 2012
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Letters
From our readers

July-September 2012
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Standards vary in studies using rainfall simulators to evaluate erosion
by Mark Grismer

July-September 2012
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Conservation tillage systems for cotton advance in the San Joaquin Valley
by Jeffrey P. Mitchell, Lyle Carter, Daniel Munk, Karen Klonsky, Robert Hutmacher, Anil Shrestha, Richard DeMoura, Jonathan Wroble

July-September 2012
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Agricultural burning monitored for air pollutants in Imperial County; exposure reduction recommendations developed
by Martha Harnly, Kinnery Naik-Patel, Stephen Wall, Penelope J. E. Quintana, Diamon Pon, Jeff Wagner

July-September 2012
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Radio-frequency identification could help reduce the spread of plant pathogens
by Andrea Luvisi, Alessandra Panattoni, Enrico Triolo

July-September 2012
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Outlook: UC's land-grant mission fuels nation's growth, prosperity
by Rose Hayden-Smith

April-June 2012
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UC land grants: A photo history
by Editors

April-June 2012
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No-tillage and high-residue practices reduce soil water evaporation
by Jeffrey P. Mitchell, Purnendu N. Singh, Wesley W. Wallender, Daniel S. Munk, William R. Horwath, Philip Hogan, Robert Roy, Blaine R. Hanson, Jonathan F. Wroble

April-June 2012
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Letters
From our readers

April-June 2012
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About California Agriculture
by Editor

April-June 2012
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For 150 years, UC science and agriculture transform California
by Mark G. Yudof

April-June 2012
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Report seeks solutions for nitrate in drinking water
by Editors

April-June 2012
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Conservation tillage achieves record acreage, yields
by Jeannette Warnert, Editors

April-June 2012
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Research and adoption of biotechnology strategies could improve California fruit and nut crops
by Victor M. Haroldsen, Gabriel Paulino, Cecilia L. Chi-Ham, Alan B. Bennett

April-June 2012
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Sidebar: Regulatory status of transgrafted plants is unclear
by Victor M. Haroldsen, Gabriel Paulino, Cecilia L. Chi-Ham, Alan B. Bennett

April-June 2012
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UC leads effort to protect California forests from catastrophic fire
by Jeannette Warnert

April-June 2012
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COMING UP in California Agriculture
Editors

April-June 2012
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UC Cooperative Extension explores a farm-to-WIC program
by Lucia L. Kaiser, Cathi Lamp, Chutima Ganthavorn, Lucrecia Farfan-Ramirez, Tammy McMurdo, Marita Cantwell, Shermain Hardesty

January-March 2012
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Letters
by Editor

January-March 2012
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About California Agriculture
by Editor

January-March 2012
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Coming Up in California Agriculture
by Editor

January-March 2012
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150 years after Morrill Act, land-grant universities are key to healthy California
by Barbara Allen-Diaz

January-March 2012
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Outlook: Uncertain future for California's biomass power plants
by Gareth Mayhead, Peter Tittmann

January-March 2012
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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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Research on fire and ecosystem services must incorporate climate realities
by James W. Bartolome, Max A. Moritz

October-December 2011
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Letters
From our readers

October-December 2011
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Hilgardia scanning, Web posting to begin with $21,500 in donations
by Janet White

October-December 2011
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California Firewood Task Force's message: “Buy it where you burn it”
by Janice Alexander, Katie Palmieri

October-December 2011
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Forest and rangeland owners value land for natural amenities and as financial investment
by Shasta Ferranto, Lynn Huntsinger, Christy Getz, Gary Nakamura, William Stewart, Sabrina Drill, Yana Valachovic, Michael DeLasaux, Maggi Kelly

October-December 2011
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About California Agriculture
Editors

October-December 2011
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Coming Up in California Agriculture
Editors

October-December 2011
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Water workgroup recommends new salinity guidelines for regulatory agencies
by Hazel White, Janet White

October-December 2011
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About California Agriculture
Editors

July-September 2011
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Dietary omega-3 fatty acids aid in the modulation of inflammation and metabolic health
by Angela M. Zivkovic, Natalie Telis, J. Bruce German, Bruce D. Hammock

July-September 2011
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Citrus can help prevent vitamin A deficiency in developing countries
by Betty J. Burri, Jasmine S. T. Chang, Tami Turner

July-September 2011
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Coming Up in California Agriculture
Editors

July-September 2011
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Letters
From our readers

July-September 2011
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Biofactors in food linked to health benefits
by Robin Meadows

July-September 2011
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Switchgrass is a promising, high-yielding crop for California biofuel
by Gabriel M. Pedroso, Christopher De Ben, Robert B. Hutmacher, Steve Orloff, Dan Putnam, Johan Six, Chris van Kessel, Steven Wright, Bruce A. Linquist

July-September 2011
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TO OUR READERS: California Agriculture kicks off E-Edition, allowing faster publication
Editors

July-September 2011
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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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Diet factors could ease disease, build healthier California
by Sheri Zidenberg-Cherr, Dave Campbell

July-September 2011
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Well-functioning cell mitochondria promote good health
by Winyoo Chowanadisai, Sonia F. Shenoy, Edward Sharman, Carl L. Keen, Jiankang Liu, Robert B. Rucker

July-September 2011
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Transformative high-tech solutions leverage ANR response
by Robert S. Sams

April-June 2011
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Unique engagement tools shape nitrogen assessment
by Stephanie Ogburn

April-June 2011
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Agritourism operators embrace social media for marketing
by Shermain Hardesty, Editors

April-June 2011
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Hilgardia digitization project under way
by Editor

April-June 2011
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California agritourism operations and their economic potential are growing
by Ellen Rilla, Shermain D. Hardesty, Christy Getz, Holly George

April-June 2011
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South Korea-U.S. free trade agreement will lower export barriers for California products
by Hyunok Lee, Daniel A. Sumner

April-June 2011
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“Smart” sprayer technology provides environmental and economic benefits in California orchards
by Durham K. Giles, Parry Klassen, Franz J. A. Niederholzer, Daniel Downey

April-June 2011
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Coming Up in California Agriculture
by Editor

April-June 2011
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Sidebar: California counties adapt permitting and regulations for agritourism
by Penny Leff

April-June 2011
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About California Agriculture
by Editor

April-June 2011
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Biological controls investigated to aid management of olive fruit fly in California
by Kent M. Daane, Marshall W. Johnson, Charles H. Pickett, Karen R. Sime, Xin-Geng Wang, Hannah Nadel, John W. Andrews Jr., Kim A. Hoelmer

January-March 2011
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Letters
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January-March 2011
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UC Cooperative Extension sensory analysis panel enhances the quality of California olive oil
by Paul M. Vossen, Alexandra Kicenik Devarenne

January-March 2011
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Understanding the seasonal and reproductive biology of olive fruit fly is critical to its management
by Hannah J. Burrack, Ray Bingham, Richard Price, Joseph H. Connell, Phil A. Phillips, Lynn Wunderlich, Paul M. Vossen, Neil V. O'Connell, Louise Ferguson, Frank G. Zalom

January-March 2011
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2010 Index
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January-March 2011
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About California Agriculture
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January-March 2011
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Coming Up
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January-March 2011
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Mediterranean clonal selections evaluated for modern hedgerow olive oil production in Spain
by Joan Tous, Agusti Romero, Juan Francisco Hermoso, Antonia Ninot

January-March 2011
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Methods evaluated to minimize emissions from preplant soil fumigation
by Suduan Gao, Bradley D. Hanson, Dong Wang, Gregory T. Browne, Ruijun Qin, Husein A. Ajwa, Scott R. Yates

January-March 2011
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Sustainable food systems: The global picture
by Dan Dooley

January-March 2011
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Time for reflection — time for action
by Barbara Allen-Diaz

October-December 2010
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Research is needed to assess the unique nutrition and wellness needs of aging Californians
by Mary L. Blackburn, Barbara Gillogy, Peggy Hauselt

October-December 2010
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Last chance to renew your California Agriculture subscription!
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October-December 2010
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Coming Up in California Agriculture
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October-December 2010
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About California Agriculture
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October-December 2010
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Effects of stress on health and aging: Two paradoxes
by Carolyn M. Aldwin, Loriena A. Yancura

October-December 2010
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New strategies deliver solutions-oriented science
by Robert W. Sams

July-September 2010
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Continue receiving California Agriculture?
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July-September 2010
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From our readers
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July-September 2010
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Cal Ag moves to Richmond
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July-September 2010
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Suckow hired as Cal Ag's new art director
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July-September 2010
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California communities deal with conflict and adjustment at the urban-agricultural edge
by Alvin D. Sokolow, Sonja Varea Hammond, Maxwell Norton, Evan E. Schmidt

July-September 2010
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Survey examines the adoption of perceived best management practices for almond nutrition
by Sara E. Lopus, María Paz Santibáñez, Robert H. Beede, Roger A. Duncan, John Edstrom, Franz J. A. Niederholzer, Cary J. Trexler, Patrick H. Brown

July-September 2010
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A new method is used to evaluate the strategic value of Fresno County farmland
by Evan E. Schmidt, James H. Thorne, Patrick Huber, Nathaniel Roth, Edward Thompson, Michael McCoy

July-September 2010
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Mitigation techniques reduce sediment in runoff from furrow-irrigated cropland
by Rachael F. Long, Blaine R. Hanson, Allan E. Fulton, Donald P. Weston

July-September 2010
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Nurseries surveyed in Southern California adopt best practices for water quality
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Can feedstock production for biofuels be sustainable in California?
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Satellite imagery can support water planning in the Central Valley
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Biofuels caught in changing regulations: The role of land-use changes and carbon emissions is being debated by scientists and policymakers
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Sustainable use of California biomass resources can help meet state and national bioenergy targets
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Sixty-three years of California Agriculture now online
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Genetics and breeding help build a better, stronger bee
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Diaprepes root weevil, a new California pest, will raise costs for pest control and trigger quarantines
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Drip irrigation provides the salinity control needed for profitable irrigation of tomatoes in the San Joaquin Valley
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Modeling shows that alternative soil management can decrease greenhouse gases
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As carbon dioxide rises, food quality will decline without careful nitrogen management
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Realistic payments could encourage farmers to adopt practices that sequester carbon
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From kiosks to megastores: The evolving carbon market
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New pistachio varieties show promise for California cultivation
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Testing new dairy cattle for disease can boost herd health, cut costs
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Biomass crops can be used for biological disinfestation and remediation of soils and water
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Sustained public investment needed for agricultural research
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Leafroll disease is spreading rapidly in a Napa Valley vineyard
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Safe alternatives to replace invasives in California gardens
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Field trials identify more native plants suited to urban landscaping
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Pheromone-based pest management can be cost-effective for walnut growers
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Focus on the future: Staying relevant in a changing California
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UC agriculture programs: Investing in California's future
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Cooperative conservation could save tricolored blackbirds
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Light brown apple moth's arrival in California worries commodity groups
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Methyl bromide alternatives evaluated for California strawberry nurseries
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Food safety and environmental quality impose conflicting demands on Central Coast growers
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Transition to conservation tillage evaluated in San Joaquin Valley cotton and tomato rotations
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Mapping shows continued vineyard expansion in premium wine-growing areas
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UC Davis institute focuses on sustainability
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Key partners working together to stem obesity epidemic
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Local diffusion networks act as pathways to sustainable agriculture in the Sacramento River Valley
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2007 freeze: UV could cast new light on citrus damage
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Native roadside perennial grasses persist a decade after planting in the Sacramento Valley
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California cotton growers utilize integrated pest management
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Oaks: Research and outreach to prevent woodland loss
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Timeline uncertain for agricultural biotechnology
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When crop transgenes wander in California, should we worry?
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Scientists evaluate potential environmental risks of transgenic crops
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Careful risk assessment needed to evaluate transgenic fish
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July-September 2006
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What is the future of animal biotechnology?
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July-September 2006
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Conservation tillage and cover cropping influence soil properties in San Joaquin Valley cotton-tomato crop
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July-September 2006
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Dietary quality is not linked across three generations of black women
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July-September 2006
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Western cattle prices vary across video markets and value-adding programs
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Lake Tahoe: From research to policy
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Local air pollutants threaten Lake Tahoe's clarity
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April-June 2006
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Yellow starthistle continues its spread in California
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Central Coast consumers want more food-related information, from safety to ethics
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California Agriculture delivers access to peer-reviewed research
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Food behavior checklist effectively evaluates nutrition education
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Smaller loads reduce risk of back injuries during wine grape harvest
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Panel debates next Farm Bill's impact on California
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Market incentives could bring U.S. agriculture and nutrition policies into accord
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UC expertise helps guide BSE response
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October-December 2005
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New BSE cases limit U.S. beef exports, change cattle testing
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U.S. beef industry faces new policies and testing for mad cow disease
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Introduced parasitic wasps could control glassy-winged sharpshooter
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Imported parasitic wasp helps control red gum lerp psyllid
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Covering hay in the irrigated Sonoran Desert decreases heat damage
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Monitoring aids control of ag-related stream-temperature increases
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Beef quality program meets evolving consumer and producer concerns
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July-September 2005
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Statistical analysis of monitoring data aids in prediction of stream temperature
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July-September 2005
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Weighing lysimeters aid study of water relations in tree and vine crops
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April-June 2005
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Ozone reduces crop yields and alters competition with weeds such as yellow nutsedge
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Collaboration fosters Kearney scientific achievements
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Agricultural innovation marks 40 years at Kearney
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“Farm to palate” postharvest research ensures high-quality produce
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April-June 2005
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The future of California raisins is drying on the vine
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April-June 2005
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Labor costs may be reduced … Research yields size-controlling rootstocks for peach production
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April-June 2005
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Methyl bromide alternatives … Soil solarization provides weed control for limited-resource and organic growers in warmer climates
by James J Stapleton, Richard H Molinar, Kris Lynn-Patterson, Stuart K McFeeters, Anil Shrestha

April-June 2005
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Managing resistance is critical to future use of pyrethroids and neonicotinoids
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January-March 2005
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Pheromone mating disruption offers selective management options for key pests
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January-March 2005
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Environmental laws elicit evolution in pest management
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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

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Microorganisms and their byproducts, nematodes, oils and particle films have important agricultural uses
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Costs of 2001 methyl bromide rules estimated for California strawberry industry
by Colin A Carter, James A Chalfant, Rachael E Goodhue, Gregory J McKee

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Food Quality Protection Act launches search for pest management alternatives
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ANR Looks to the Future
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California voters assess anti-GMO initiatives
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Nutritionists educate Vietnamese immigrants about breastfeeding
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Davis school program supports life-long healthy eating habits in children
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Low-toxicity baits control ants in citrus orchards and grape vineyards
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Weeds accurately mapped using DGPS and ground-based vision identification
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Water quality key to state's prosperity
by Barbara Allen-Diaz, William E. Frost

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Correction on GE cotton in California
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Sidebar: No safe place to sit in tick-infested forests
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Sidebar: West Nile virus spreads
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Sidebar: Courses help ranchers, farmers mitigate water-quality impacts
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Cattle grazing has varying impacts on stream-channel erosion in oak woodlands
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July-September 2004
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Long-term grazing study in spring-fed wetlands reveals management tradeoffs
by Barbara Allen-Diaz, Randall D. Jackson, James W. Bartolome, Kenneth W. Tate, Lawrence G. Oates

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Transparency tube provides reliable water-quality measurements
by Randy Dahlgren, Erwin Van Nieuwenhuyse, Gary Litton

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California handlers describe marketing issues for organic kiwifruit
by Hoy F. Carman, Karen M. Klonsky

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Regulatory challenges reduce opportunities for horticultural biotechnology
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Sidebar: IR-4 Project targets specialty crops
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Sidebar: China aggressively pursuing horticulture and plant biotechnology
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Access to intellectual property is a major obstacle to developing transgenic horticultural crops
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Sidebar: Nonprofit institutions form intellectual-property resource for agriculture
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Challenges and opportunities for horticultural biotechnology
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Consumer knowledge and acceptance of agricultural biotechnology vary
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Eatfit guides adolescents to improve health and fitness
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January-March 2004
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Food insecurity prominent among low-income California Latinos
by Lucia L. Kaiser, Anna C. Martin, Diane L. Metz, Yvonne Nicholson, Mary Lavender Fujii, Cathi L. Lamp, Marilyn S. Townsend, Patricia B. Crawford, Hugo Melgar-Quiñonez

January-March 2004
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California's growing diversity drives profound change
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Expanded production of labor-intensive crops increases agricultural employment
by Akhtar Khan, Philip Martin, Phil Hardiman

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Autoguidance system operated at high speed causes almost no tomato damage
by Aziz Z. Abidine, Brian C. Heidman, Shrini K. Upadhyaya, David J. Hills

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Drip irrigation evaluated in Santa Maria Valley strawberries
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“Pre-caucusing” improves labor mediation
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Killer algae under control, for now
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California Agriculture readers diverse, well-educated
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Phytoplankton fuels Delta food web
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Landscape changes in Nevada County reflect social and ecological transitions
by Peter A. Walker, Sarah J. Marvin, Louise P. Fortmann

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Olive fruit fly populations measured in Central and Southern California
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Can almond trees directly dictate their irrigation needs?
by David A. Goldhamer, Elias Fereres, Mario Salinas

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Aquatic resources critical to California's productivity, quality of life
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Skeptical about soil quality
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Economic analysis clarified
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Specialty crops and value-added products: a bright spot in California agriculture
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Looking back 60 years, California soils maintain overall chemical quality
by Fabrice DeClerck, Michael J Singer

April-June 2003
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Mandatory mediation changes rules for negotiating farm labor contracts
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Californians face weight and health care crisis
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Model describes sustainable long-term recycling of saline agricultural drainage water
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Prospects for integrated control of olive fruit fly are promising in California
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Research budget cuts challenge ANR
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SOD pathogen hits coast redwoods, Douglas fir
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Beahrs international program trains professionals in sustainable development
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Rice is more sensitive to salinity than previously thought
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California mealybugs can spread grapevine leafroll disease
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Proper harvest timing can improve returns for intermountain alfalfa
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Sun setting on water quality exemptions
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Marin ranchers bullish on grass-fed livestock
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California's cattle and beef industry at the crossroads
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Survey quantifies cost of organic milk production in California
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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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New realities for irrigated agriculture
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Lessons flow from Klamath Basin water crisis
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Improving pumping plant efficiency does not always save energy
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Focus groups show need for diabetes awareness education among African Americans
by Estella A. West, Gloria R. Brown, Nancy I. Feldnian, Connie L. Garrett, Anna Martin, Anna Olivares, Edwina U. Williams, Christine M. Bruhn, Marciel A. Klenk

July-August 2002
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Avocado thrips: New challenge for growers
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Global climate change will affect: air, water in California
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Contract use widespread in wine grape industry
by Rachael E. Goodhue, Dale M. Heien, Hyunok Lee, Daniel A. Sumner

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ANR helps youth prepare for world of work
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Africanized bees discovered in central San Joaquin Valley
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4-H “national conversation” garners new ideas for youth development
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Survey explores influences on youth workforce preparation
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March-April 2002
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National trends inform workforce research
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Teen financial literacy evaluated to develop outreach materials
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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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Agricultural easements limited geographically
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Agricultural easements: A farmland preservation tool
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Landowners, while pleased with agricultural easements, suggest improvements
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Research on animal-borne parasites and pathogens helps prevent human disease
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Sheep research offers alternatives to improve production
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UC Research and Extension Centers: Statewide system provides local answers to local needs
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Targeting alphas can make coyote control more effective and socially acceptable
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Plant species provide vital ecosystem functions for sustainable agriculture, rangeland management and restoration
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Hopland celebrates 50 years of rangeland research
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Australian varieties improve pasture in long-term annual legume trials
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BIFS reports potential for chemical reductions in crops and dairy
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Research and extension reduce impact of California energy crunch
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Rust disease continues to threaten California garlic crop
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Genetically engineered tomato grows in salty water
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Interpersonal communication tops concerns of farm supervisors
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One-pass tillage equipment outstrips conventional tillage method
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UC scientists help growers cope with energy crunch
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Methane generators turn agricultural waste into energy
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Research collaboration best defense against Pierce's disease
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New closterovirus in ‘Redglobe’ grape causes decline of grafted plants
by Jerry K. Uyemoto, Adib Rowhani, Donald Luvisi, C. Randy Krag

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Survey identifies sediment sources in North Coast rangelands
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Scientists, state aggressively pursue Pierce's disease
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New tools, methods needed to replace methyl bromide
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Costs uncertain: Methyl bromide phase-out becomes reality
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USDA program stimulates interest in farmers' markets among low-income women
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Reducing fertilizer in sugarbeets can protect water quality
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Partnerships key to sustainable agriculture
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Efforts underway to prevent foot-and-mouth disease
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Grandchildren raised by grandparents a troubling trend
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Brush piles and mesh cages protect blue oak seedlings from animals
by William H. Weitkamp, William D. Tietje, Justin K. Vreeland

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Potential economic impacts of irrigation-water reductions estimated for Sacramento Valley
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Center proposes solution for ag biotech licensing disputes
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Exotic pest research goes high-tech
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Grandparents raising grandchildren a national concern
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Sudden oak death spurs massive team effort
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First-grade gardeners more likely to taste vegetables
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New pest management center based at UC Davis
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Oak killer found in rhododendrons
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New pests and diseases: Sudden oak death syndrome fells 3 oak species
by Matteo Garbelotto, Pavel Svihra, David M. Rizzo

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Almond and stone fruit growers reduce OP, increase pyrethroid use in dormant sprays
by Lynn Epstein, Susan Bassein, Frank G. Zalom

November-December 2000
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Cotton aphid emerges as major pest in SJV cotton
by Larry D. Godfrey, Jay A. Rosenheim, Peter B. Goodell

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Integrated strategies offer site-specific control of yellow starthistle
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UC IPM: 20 years of progress
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Solarization and biofumigation help disinfest soil
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November-December 2000
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Analysis shows climate-caused decreases in Scott River fall flows
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November-December 2000
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Training helps reduce pesticide risks
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UC scientists apply IPM techniques to new eucalyptus pests
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November-December 2000
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School gardens produce food and lessons
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What are the best strategies for achieving optimal nutrition?
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September-October 2000
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We are what we eat: Ensuring safe and healthy food in the 21st century
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School-based gardens can teach kids healthier eating habits
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Comprehensive studies are needed: Food security, biodiversity threatened by population growth
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Global surveillance needed to prevent foodborne disease
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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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Providing reliable supply of safe drinking water poses challenges
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Emerging pathogens on the rise: How can waterborne illness be prevented?
by Dean O. Cliver

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Growth predicted in biologically integrated and organic farming
by Sean L. Swezey, Janet C. Broome

July-August 2000
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Transgenes are revolutionizing crop production
by George Bruening

July-August 2000
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New technologies are changing the face of agriculture
by James M. Lyons, George Bruening

July-August 2000
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Perspective: How natural is modern agriculture?
by Neal K. Van Alfen

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Genetic engineering to improve quality, productivity and value of crops
by Abhaya M. Dandekar, Neal Gutterson

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Genetic engineering and cloning may improve milk, livestock production
by James D. Murray, Gary B. Anderson

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The case of the FLAVR SAVR tomato
by G. Bruening, J.M. Lyons

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Precision agriculture can increase profits and limit environmental impacts
by Richard E. Plant, G. Stuart Pettygrove, William R. Reinert

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Commercialization of university research brings benefits, raises issues and concerns
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Q&A: Developing nations key to solving global food, resource problems
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Modeling vineyard expansion, potential habitat fragmentation
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UC research can foster science-based land-use planning
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Publicly funded weather database benefits users statewide
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Sharpshooter on the move
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Welfare reform shines a light on work-force development challenges
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Population change to challenge Californians
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How will the Central Valley economy grow?
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‘Third’ institution needed to bridge family-school gap for youth
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UC must take lead in curricula reform, teacher training
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Q&A: Hard choices ahead for growing world
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Women, minority farmers are growing in California
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Growing blueberries frustrates farmers, but opens doors
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November-December 1999
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Persimmon farmer sees promise of regional marketing
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Small farms re-emerge in national agenda
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Agritourism benefits agriculture in San Diego County
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November-December 1999
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Farmers' markets offer new business opportunities for farmers
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Science Briefs: UC scientists study Pierce's disease, vineyard expansion
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Stories of success and struggle: California's small farms
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Why California is different: Nationwide, ‘Asian flu’ had impact
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New negotiations hold trade opportunities for agriculture
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UC Berkeley launches landmark study
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After decline, farm exports to gain ground
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Defying expectations, Asian financial crisis had little impact on California farm exports
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Water relations of lysimeter-grown peach trees are sensitive to deficit irrigation
by Merce Mata, Joan Girona, David Goldhamer, Elias Fereres, Moshe Cohen, Scott Johnson

July-August 1999
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California-Catalonia connection enriches research
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Organic cotton finding a niche in northern San Joaquin
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Preliminary studies show yield and quality potential of organic cotton
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Ecosystem health subject of landmark gathering
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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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Past forest management promoted root disease in Yosemite Valley
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Agriculture and the ecosystem: Partners for life
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Expanded efforts needed to limit exotic pests
by Frank G. Zalom, Joseph G. Morse

March-April 1999
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A new sharpshooter threatens both crops and ornamentals
by Matthew J. Blua, Phil A. Phillips, Richard A. Redak

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Early results suggest sterile flies may protect S. California from medfly
by Robert V. Dowell, Isi A. Siddiqui, Fred Meyer, E. Leon Spaugy

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Fire ant invades Southern California
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Medfly - going but not gone
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Can integrated methods stop starthistle?
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Two new seed head flies attack yellow starthistle
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March-April 1999
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Farmers adopt new irrigation and fertilizer techniques: Changes could help growers maintain yields, protect water quality
by Joe Dillon, Susan Edinger-Marshall, John Letey

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Farmworkers positive about their jobs, but suggest improvements
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Desert heat degrades quality of stored alfalfa hay
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Safety award winners describe best practices
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UC shores up research for CALFED: How do you slice the water pie?
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Biotechnology: New benefits, new questions
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UC contributes biotech breakthroughs
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Beneficial insects move from flowering plants to nearby crops
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September-October 1998
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Curly top virus found in perennial shrubs in foothills
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Readers respond to “Farming at the edge”
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Growth reflects society's changing views of animals
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Innovative strategies reduce selenium in Grasslands drainage
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Potpourri: New strategies, funding, partnerships
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Wind barriers offer short-term solution to fugitive dust
by David A. Grantz, David L. Vaughn, Robert J. Farber, Bong Kim, Tony VanCuren, Rich Campbell

July-August 1998
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Grape growers report losses to black-foot and grapevine decline
by Heather Scheck, Stephen Vasquez, Diana Fogle, W. Douglas Gubler

July-August 1998
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Potpourri: New strategies, funding, partnerships
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Pest management record-keeping duties shift with computerization
by Mary Louise Flint, Eileen Cullen, Eric Zilbert, Frank G. Zalom, Gene Miyao, Richard Coviello

July-August 1998
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Latinos improve food habits through nutrition education
by Lucia L. Kaiser, Jeanette M. Sutherlin, Sallie C. Yoshida, Suzanne P. Murphy, Stuart D. Bresnick

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Scientists score dustbusting efforts in Antelope Valley
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July-August 1998
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DustBusters reduce pollution, wind erosion: Though difficult to achieve, revegetation is best way to stabilize soil
by David A. Grantz, David L. Vaughn, Robert J. Farber, Bong Kim, Tony VanCuren, Rich Campbell, David Bainbridge, Tom Zink

July-August 1998
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Conflicts arise on the urban fringe
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North Bay leads Central Valley in protecting farmland
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Steering a course to farmland protection
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Permissive growth policies may encourage speculative investment in farmland
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Land trusts conserve California farmland
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Perspective: Statewide farmland protection is fragmented, limited
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Urban growth squeezes agriculture
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May-June 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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New facilities to foster solutions for exotic pests
by W.R. Gomes

March-April 1998
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Invisible invaders: Insect-transmitted viruses threaten agriculture
by Robert L. Gilbertson, Diane E. Ullman, Raquel Salati, Douglas P. Maxwell, Elizabeth E. Grafton-Cardwell, MaryLou Polek

March-April 1998
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Persistent silverleaf whitefly exploits desert crop systems
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Introduction: Exotic pests
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Center for Exotic Pest Research tackles controversy
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Silverleaf whitefly extends range
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Blessing or curse? Varroa mite impacts Africanized bee spread and beekeeping
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March-April 1998
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Media campaigns promote driver safety for farmworkers
by James I. Grieshop, Myriam Grajales-Hall, Lupe Ortiz

January-February 1998
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New crop coefficients estimate water use of vegetables, row crops
by Stephen R. Grattan, Wilbur Bowers, Allen Dong, Richard L. Snyder, John J. Carroll, William George

January-February 1998
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Times and programs change, but Division carries on tradition of public service
by W.R. Gomes

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Biological control of the blue gum psyllid proves economically beneficial
by Donald L. Dahlsten, Evan P. Hansen, Robert L. Zuparko, Richard B. Norgaard

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“City Bugs” website turns teens into taxonomists
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January-February 1998
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Bats feed on crop pests in Sacramento Valley
by Rachael Freeman Long, Tiffanie Simpson, Tzung-Su Ding, Steve Heydon, Wilbur Reil

January-February 1998
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Mowing and subclover plantings suppress yellow starthistle
by Craig D. Thomsen, Marc P. Vayssiøres, William A. Williams

November-December 1997
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California Food and Fiber Futures: creating a vision for the 21st century
by Barbara Schneeman, Ross MacDonald

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

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Oak woodlands harbor greatest biodiversity
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Modified almond harvester reduces orchard dust
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September-October 1997
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Grass-roots effort sets priorities; Division creates new budget process to meet them
by W. R. Gomes

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Crust-breaking device improves water infiltration into furrows
by Shrini K. Upadhyaya, J. Jafari Far, Sayedahmad Shafii, H. Abdel Fattah

September-October 1997
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Calcium chloride reduces rain cracking in sweet cherries
by Michael Rupert, Stephen Southwick, Kitren Weis, John Vikupitz, James Flore, Hong Zhou

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4-H'ers learn leadership skills
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Breeding resistant alfalfa holds promise for silverleaf whitefly management
by Larry R. Teuber, Michael E. Rupert, Larry K. Gibbs, Ken L. Taggard

May-June 1997
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Imperial Valley conditions limit Karnal bunt in wheat
by Gerald J. Holmes, Lee F. Jackson, Thomas M. Perring

May-June 1997
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Irrigation shifts toward sprinklers, drip and microsprinklers
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May-June 1997
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Challenge, promise for nation's “winter salad bowl”
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May-June 1997
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A river runs through desert agriculture
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May-June 1997
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Scientists work with industry to safeguard food and water
by W.R. Gomes

March-April 1997
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Ranchers manage land to enhance watershed
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March-April 1997
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UC scientists seek to ensure safe meat
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March-April 1997
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Research and reason can minimize foodborne and waterborne illnesses
by Dean O. Cliver, Edward R. Atwill

March-April 1997
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Cover crops can increase lettuce drop
by Steven T. Koike, Richard F. Smith, Louise E. Jackson, Lisa J. Wyland, William E. Chaney, John I. Inman

January-February 1997
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Future trends challenge irrigated agriculture
by Henry J. Vaux

January-February 1997
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Africanized bees, 1990–1995: Initial rapid invasion has slowed in the U.S.
by P. Kirk Visscher, Richard S. Vetter, F. Chris Baptista

January-February 1997
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Workers prefer growers over FLCs
by Gregory Encina Billikopf

January-February 1997
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Waters recede, damage estimates soar
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January-February 1997
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Division changes with the needs of Californians
by W.R. Gomes

November-December 1996
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50 Years: California Agriculture
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November-December 1996
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California Agriculture time line
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November-December 1996
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Q & A: Harry Agamalian, Monterey County farm advisor
by Jeannette Warnert

November-December 1996
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Q & A: Jack Dibble, Entomologist
by Jeannette Warnert

November-December 1996
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Q & A: Pat Snow, Home Economist
by Jeannette Warnert

November-December 1996
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Q & A: Henry Vaux, Sr., Former Dean of Forestry
by Ken Hall

November-December 1996
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Q & A: Mary Ann Williams, Nutritionist
by Ken Hall

November-December 1996
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Q & A: George Zentmyer, Plant Pathologist
by Kathy Barton

November-December 1996
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Q & A: Jim Meyer, Former UC Davis Chancellor
by Pat Bailey

November-December 1996
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UCB Library to preserve ag literature
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November-December 1996
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Crew workers split between hourly and piece-rate pay
by Gregory Encina Billikopf

November-December 1996
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Vegetables, fruits and nuts account for 95% of organic sales in California
by Karen Klonsky, Laura Tourte

November-December 1996
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Wholesale nursery surveys reveal inventory, customers and business practices
by Ursula K. Schuch, Grant J. Klein

September-October 1996
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Vintage facilities need creative funding
by W.R. Gomes

September-October 1996
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Californians' eating habits differ from their dietary attitudes
by Christine M. Bruhn, Dana Wong, Howard G. Schutz

September-October 1996
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Reflective materials enhance ‘Fuji’ apple color
by Harry Andris, Carlos H. Crisosto

September-October 1996
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Fire management may hinder biodiversity
by Robin Meadows

September-October 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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Airborne imaging aids vineyard canopy evaluation
by Lee Johnson, Brad Lobitz, Roy Armstrong, Richard Baldy, Ed Weber, John De Benedictis, Daniel Bosch

July-August 1996
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No final answers for some research enigmas
by W.R. Gomes

July-August 1996
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Living with the Africanized bee: Sinaloan beekeepers adapt pollination to Africanized bees
by Francis Ratnieks, P. Kirk Visscher

July-August 1996
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California grape phylloxera more variable than expected
by Jeffrey Granett, Andrew Walker, John De Benedictis, Genine Fong, Hong Lin, Ed Weber

July-August 1996
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Tiny wasp helps protect eucalypts from eucalyptus longhorned borer
by Lawrence M. Hanks, Timothy D. Paine, Jocelyn G. Millar

May-June 1996
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Blue oak seedlings may be older than they look
by Ralph L. Phillips, Neil K. McDougald, Richard B. Standiford, William E. Frost

May-June 1996
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New technology delivers in new ways
by W.R. Gomes

May-June 1996
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Growers prefer personal delivery of UC information
by Richard P. Buchner, James I. Grieshop, Joseph H. Connell, William H. Krueger, William H. Olson, Janine K. Hasey, Carolyn Pickel, John Edstrom, Frank T. Yoshikawa

May-June 1996
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New technique predicts gray mold in stored kiwifruit
by Themis J. Michailides, David P. Morgan

May-June 1996
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Karnal bunt disrupts wheat marketing
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May-June 1996
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Crop management goes high-tech
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May-June 1996
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Image processing extracts more information from color infrared aerial photos
by R. Ford Denison, Robert O. Miller, Dennis Bryant, Akbar Abshahi, William E. Wildman

May-June 1996
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UC can build on land-grant idea
by Richard C. Atkinson

March-April 1996
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How does water price affect irrigation technology adoption?
by Gareth Green, David Sunding, David Zilberman, Doug Parker, Cliff Trotter, Steve Collup

March-April 1996
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UC after-school programs reach inner-city kids
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March-April 1996
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Farm programs overhauled
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March-April 1996
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Putah Creek update
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March-April 1996
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Impact of firewood harvesting on hardwood rangelands varies with region
by Richard B. Standiford, Douglas McCreary, Sheila Barry, Larry Forero, Ron Knight

March-April 1996
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Silverleaf whiteflies show no increase in insecticide resistance
by Steve Castle, Tom Henneberry, Nick Toscano, Nilima Prabhaker, Steve Birdsall, Dick Weddle

January-February 1996
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California Agriculture
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January-February 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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January-February 1996
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Can high-energy pulses replace methyl bromide?
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January-February 1996
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Urban forestry adds $3.8 billion in sales to California economy
by Scott R. Templeton, George Goldman

January-February 1996
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Biodiversity Council aids land use planners
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November-December 1995
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Can we stop farmland losses? Population growth threatens agriculture, open space
by Albert G. Medvitz, Alvin D. Sokolow

November-December 1995
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Sidebar: Mono Lake compromise: A model for conflict resolution
by Deborah L. Elliott-Fisk

November-December 1995
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Inventory first step to conserving plant diversity
by Bruce M. Pavlik

November-December 1995
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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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November-December 1995
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Common questions: the Endangered Species Act
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November-December 1995
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Blue oak acorns more viable in Madera County than Kern County
by Ralph L. Phillips, Neil K. McDougald, Douglas McCreary

September-October 1995
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Competitive grants: Wave of the future?
by Henry J. Vaux

September-October 1995
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Consistent annual treatment helps future olive leaf spot control
by Beth L. Teviotdale, G. Steven Sibbett

September-October 1995
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Leaf removal improves fungicide control of powdery mildew in SJV grapes
by James J. Stapleton, George M. Leavitt, Paul S. Verdegaal

September-October 1995
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Farm labor contractors play new roles in agriculture
by Dawn Thilmany, Philip L. Martin

September-October 1995
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Urbanization crowds out oaks
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September-October 1995
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September-October 1995
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Excess nitrogen raises nectarine susceptibility to disease and insects
by Kent M. Daane, R. Scott Johnson, Themis J. Michailides, Carlos H. Crisosto, Jeff W. Dlott, Hugo T. Ramirez, Glenn Y. Yokota, Dave P. Morgan

July-August 1995
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Reflections
by Kenneth R. Farrell

July-August 1995
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Parasitoid shows potential for biocontrol of eugenia psyllid
by Donald L. Dahlsten, Donald M. Kent, David L. Rowney, William A. Copper, Terri E. Young, Richard L. Tassan

July-August 1995
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Medfly problem simmers
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July-August 1995
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If medfly infestation triggered a trade ban: Embargo on California produce would cause revenue, job loss
by Jerome B. Siebert, Todd Cooper

July-August 1995
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Responding to the Challenges
by Kenneth R. Farrell

March-April 1995
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Cultural practices improve color, size of ‘Crimson Seedless’
by Nick Dokoozlian, Don Luvisi, Mike Moriyama, Peggy Schrader

March-April 1995
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How California agricultural producers manage risk
by Steven C. Blank, Jeffrey McDonald

March-April 1995
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Crop and farm diversification provide social benefits
by Gary W. Johnston, Suzanne Vaupel, Franz R. Kegel, Melissa Cadet

January-February 1995
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Coalition promotes sustainable practices
by Dave Campbell

January-February 1995
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High piece-rate wages do not reduce hours worked
by Gregory Encina Billikopf

January-February 1995
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Invasion of California by exotic pests
by Robert L. Metcalf

January-February 1995
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ELISA test reveals new information about leafroll disease
by Adib Rowhani, Deborah A. Golino

January-February 1995
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Integrated program protects trees from eucalyptus longhorned borer
by Timothy D. Paine, J. G. Millar, L. M. Hanks

January-February 1995
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Science briefs
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January-February 1995
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UC addresses challenges to the California family
by Barbara Schneeman

December 1994
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Notes for further reading
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December 1994
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Helping youth at risk: 4-H and Cooperative Extension venture into child care
by Sharon Junge, Dave Riley, Jill Steinberg, Chris Todd, Ina McClain

December 1994
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Research update: Sex scent confuses coastal codling moth
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November-December 1994
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Science Brief
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November-December 1994
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In Santa Cruz County, Granny Smith conversions to organic show early success
by Sean L. Swezey, Jim Rider, Matthew R. Werner, Marc Buchanan, Jan Allison, Stephen R. Gliessman

November-December 1994
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Farming in transition: Analysis – Scientists and farmers try new approach to researchpeer-reviewed
by Stephen Kaffka

September-October 1994
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Conventional, low-input and organic farming systems compared
by Steven R. Temple, Oscar A. Somasco, Mary Kirk, Diana Friedman

September-October 1994
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Can ‘sustainable’ be defined? New directions in research needed
by Montague W. Demment

September-October 1994
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Transition from conventional to low-input agriculture changes soil fertility and biology
by Kate M. Scow, Oscar Somasco, Nirmala Gunapala, Sean Lau, Robert Venette, Howard Ferris, Robert Miller, Carol Shennan

September-October 1994
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In low-input and organic systems: Researchers find short-term insect problems, long-term weed problems
by W. Thomas Lanini, Frank Zalom, James Marois, Howard Ferris

September-October 1994
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Alternative systems aim to reduce inputs, maintain profits
by Karen Klonsky, Peter Livingston

September-October 1994
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Farming in transition – Editor's note
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September-October 1994
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Selecting the right cover crop gives multiple benefits
by Chuck Ingels, Mark Van Horn, Robert L. Bugg, P. Rick Miller

September-October 1994
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Farming in transition: News Briefs
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September-October 1994
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Farming in transition Overview: Society pressures farmers to adopt more sustainable systems
by Jill Shore Auburn

September-October 1994
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Sidebar: CSAs: the consumer-farmer connection
by Gail Feenstra

September-October 1994
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PM-10 - the unknown compound
by Robert G. Flocchini

July-August 1994
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Livina mulches suppress aphids in broccoli
by Michael J. Costello, Miguel A. Altieri

July-August 1994
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Field procedure helps calculate irrigation time for cracking clay soils
by Mark E. Grismer, I. C. Tod

July-August 1994
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Research update: Researchers try to arrest fugitive dust
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July-August 1994
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Studv demonstrates ozone uptake by SJV crops
by David A. Grantz, J. Ian MacPherson, William J. Massman, James Pederson

July-August 1994
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Methyl bromide regulation: All crops should not be treated equally
by Cherisa Yarkin, David Sunding, David Zilberman, Jerry Siebert

May-June 1994
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Cancelling methyl bromide for postharvest use to trigger mixed economic results
by Cherisa Yarkin, David Sunding, David Zilberman, Jerry Siebert

May-June 1994
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Pesticides: Risk, regulation and research
by Frank G. Zalom

May-June 1994
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Growth regulator gives earlier harvest in artichokes
by Wayne L. Schrader

May-June 1994
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Screens deny specific pests entry to greenhouses
by James A. Bethke, Richard A. Redak, Timothy D. Paine

May-June 1994
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Science Briefs
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May-June 1994
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Toward 2010: Division must lead UC push for public service
by Henry J. Vaux

March-April 1994
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Predatory beetle may suppress silverleaf whitefly
by Kevin M. Heinz, James R. Brazzle, Charles H. Pickett, Eric T. Natwick, Judy M. Nelson, Michael P. Parrella

March-April 1994
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Readers spur change at California Agriculture
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March-April 1994
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Research update: Africanized Bees: Ready or not, here they come
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March-April 1994
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With fewer acres, more mechanization: California leads Spain in almond production, exports to world
by Juan Ramon Murua, Hoy Carman, Julian Alston

November-December 1993
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California's apple industry gets a new fresh look
by Hoy Carman

November-December 1993
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Effectiveness of leafhopper control varies with lacewing release methods
by Kent M. Daane, Glenn Y. Yokota, Yvonne D. Rasmussen, Yuwei Zheng, Kenneth S. Hagen

November-December 1993
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Agricultural, environmental issues need interdisciplinary approach
by Barbara Schneeman

November-December 1993
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Controlled grazing on annual grassland decreases yellow starthistle
by Craig D. Thomsen, William A. Williams, Marc Vayssiéres, Fremont L. Bell, Melvin R. George

November-December 1993
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Drought takes toll on Central Coast's native oaks
by William Tietje, William Weitkamp, Wayne Jensen, Sergio Garcia

November-December 1993
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Restricting flow of almonds to export markets may raise profits
by Julian M. Alston, Jason Christian, Juan R. Murua, Richard J. Sexton

November-December 1993
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Adjusting sprinkler angle reduces spread of disease in pistachio
by Themis J. Michailides, David P. Morgan, William H. Olson, Joseph A. Grant

September-October 1993
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Public land management: New mandate for the land grant university?
by Henry Vaux

September-October 1993
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“Data highway” new route to DANR clientele
by Michael S. Reid

July-August 1993
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Farmers increase hiring through labor contractors
by Philip L. Martin, Gregory P. Miller

July-August 1993
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Growing a world class institution
by Ann Foley Scheuring

July-August 1993
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Feats of UC science that changed daily life
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July-August 1993
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Codling moth, navel orangeworm studies show knowing location of pests in walnuts should help disrupt mating, egg laying
by G. Steven Sibbett, Donald L. Flaherty, Kathleen M. Kelley, Richard E. Rice, John E. Dibble

May-June 1993
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Integrated resource management: new coalitions, familiar clientele
by Kenneth R. Farrell

January-February 1993
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Silverleaf whitefly present in the San Joaquin Valley
by Ned M. Gruenhagen, Thomas M. Perring, Larry G. Bezark, David M. Daoud, Thomas F. Leigh

January-February 1993
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Evidence for a new species of whitefly: UCR findings and implications
by Thomas M. Perring, Charles A. Farrar, Tom S. Bellows, Arthur D. Cooper, Russell J. Rodriguez

January-February 1993
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Special Section Insert: Lessons from a record-breaking freeze: Some olives show damage; many, coldhardiness
by James O. Denney, George C. Martin, Rudi Kammereck, Delmer O. Ketchie, Joseph H. Connell, William H. Krueger, Joseph W. Osgood, G. Steven Sibbett, Gamal A. Nour

January-February 1993
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Imported parasite may help control European asparagus aphid
by Kent M. Daane, Glenn Y. Yokota, Richard F. Gill, Leopoldo E. Caltagirone, Kenneth S. Hagen, Dan Gonzalez, Petr Stary, William E. Chaney

November-December 1992
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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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Lessons from 1991 for a new era of water management
by Henry Vaux, Harold Carter

November-December 1992
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In laboratory and field tests, water conditioners fail to improve infiltration or prevent clogging
by Jan W. Hopmans, Lawrence J. Schwankl, Stephen R. Grattan, Josh Gravenmier

November-December 1992
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Shorter sprinkler irrigations reduce Botryosphaeria blight of pistachio
by Themis J. Michailides, David P. Morgan, Joseph A. Grant, William H. Olson

November-December 1992
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Conflict within irrigation districts may limit water transfer gains
by Michael D. Rosen

November-December 1992
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Income risk varies with what you grow, where you grow it
by Steven C. Blank

September-October 1992
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Food safety: a matter of fact
by John E. Kinsella

September-October 1992
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Environmental factors contribute to acorn quality: Elevation, on- or off-tree collection influence the viability of blue oak acorns
by Ralph L. Phillips

September-October 1992
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Effects of immigration reform not as expected: California farmers still rely on new immigrants for field labor
by J. Edward Taylor, Dawn Thilmany

September-October 1992
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Whitefly invasion in Imperial Valley costs growers, workers millions in losses
by Refugio A. Gonzalez, George E. Goldman, Eric T. Natwick, Howard R. Rosenberg, James I. Grieshop, Stephen R. Sutter, Tad Funakoshi, Socorro Davila-Garcia

September-October 1992
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Consumer attitudes toward locally grown produce
by Christine M. Bruhn, Paul M. Vossen, Erin Chapman, Suzanne Vaupel

July-August 1992
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Deterring compaction of soil by heavy machinery
by S. K. Upadhyaya

July-August 1992
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Veterinary medicine in service to animal agriculture
by Frederick A. Murphy

July-August 1992
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To anticipate the future, models simulate US. pistachio prices
by Desmond A. Jolly, Kim Norris

May-June 1992
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In fumigating Verticillium-infested soils, potassium deficiencies in cotton go down, yields go up
by Bill L. Weir, James E. DeVay, R. Joe Wakeman

May-June 1992
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California's Long Drought
by Henry J. Vaux

May-June 1992
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Competitive with soybean: White lupin could be new high-protein seed and forage for California
by Kevin J. Larson, Kenneth G. Cassman

March-April 1992
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Land grant model: Help for the new Russia
by Seymour D. Van Gundy

March-April 1992
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Resistant cultivars, fungicides combat downy mildew of spinach
by Steven T. Koike, Richard F. Smith, Kurt F. Schulbach

March-April 1992
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New moisture meter could curb overdrying of walnuts
by James F. Thompson, Joseph A. Grant

March-April 1992
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A study asks: Are California's farmers headed toward sustainable agriculture?
by James I. Grieshop, Arnaz K. Raj

March-April 1992
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The Mediterranean fruit fly in California: taking stock
by James R. Carey

January-February 1992
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How Africanized honey bees will affect California agriculture
by Robert E. Page

January-February 1992
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Exotic pest research well worth the price
by Kenneth R. Farrell

January-February 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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Biological control of ash whitefly: a success in progress
by Tom S. Bellows, Timothy D. Paine, Juli R. Gould, Larry G. Bezark, Joe C. Ball, Walt Bentley, Richard Coviello, Jim Downer, Pam Elam, Don Flaherty, Patty Gouveia, Carl Koehler, Richard Molinar, Neil O'Connell, Ed Perry, Greg Vogel

January-February 1992
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Sweetpotato whitefly: prospects for biological control
by Michael P. Parrelta, Tom S. Bellows, Raymond J. Gill, Judith K. Brown, Kevin M. Heinz

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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“Organizational classes” explain differences among westside farms
by Mark B. Campbell, Ariel A. Dinar

January-February 1992
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1991 Index
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January-February 1992
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Public literacy about agriculture: What is it? What is it for?
by Nicelma King

November-December 1991
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Leaf removal in wine grapes: a case study in extending research to the field
by Robert A. Pence, James I. Grieshop

November-December 1991
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Imported parasite of greenhouse thrips established on California avocado
by James A. McMurtry, Horace G. Johnson, Sheldon J. Newberger

November-December 1991
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Toxics, food safety, water quality “most important”: How California educators and CE directors view “agricultural literacy” programs
by Marc T. Braverman, Ellen L. Rilla

November-December 1991
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Sidebar: Snapshots of current agricultural literacy programs
by Ellen L. Rilla, Daniel J. Desmond, Marc T. Braverman, Richard Ponzio, Faye Lee, Elizabeth Sandlin, Carol Kaney

November-December 1991
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Free trade impacts: Mexico's tomato processing industry may gain
by Kirby S. Moulton

September-October 1991
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U.S.-Mexico production costs compared: Imperial Valley holds advantage in alfalfa, wheat and cotton
by Refugio A. Gonzalez, Juan N. Guerrero, Rafael Ruiz, Jose Santana

September-October 1991
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U.S.-Mexico production costs compared: At present, livestock production more favorable in Imperial Valley
by Juan N. Guerrero, Nyles Peterson, José Calderón, Alejandro Plasencia, Refugio A. González

September-October 1991
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North American free trade: a strategy for California agriculture
by Kenneth R. Farrell

September-October 1991
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U.S.-Mexico production costs compared: Asparagus, broccoli production likely to shift to Mexicali
by Refugio A. González, George E. Goldman, Rafael Ruíz, José Santana

September-October 1991
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Do American farmers have a future in the Hong Kong market?
by Colin A. Carter

September-October 1991
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Genetic improvement of beneficial insect…: Guthion-resistant parasite ready for implementation in walnuts
by Marjorie A. Hoy, Frances E. Cave, Michael A. Caprio

September-October 1991
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Controlling ash, olive tree pest: Study describes ash borer infestations, tests management method
by Pamela S. Bone, Carlton S. Koehler

September-October 1991
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Free trade with Mexico: economic impacts
by Raul Hinojosa-Ojeda, Sherman Robinson, Kirby S. Moulton

September-October 1991
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Sidebar: Is “free trade” really free?: How the FTA will affect California agriculture
by Raul Hinojosa-Ojeda, Sherman Robinson, Kirby S. Moulton

September-October 1991
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Survey documents open burning in the San Joaquin Valley
by Bryan M. Jenkins, Scott Q. Turn, Robert B. Williams

July-August 1991
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California almond markets and reserve strategies analyzed
by Julian M. Alston, Richard J. Sexton

July-August 1991
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Pest management: the search for alternatives
by Kenneth R. Farrell

July-August 1991
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Water-efficient clover fixes soil nitrogen, provides winter forage crop
by William A. Williams, Walter L. Graves, Kenneth G. Cassman, Paul R. Miller, Craig D. Thomsen

July-August 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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Keeping the valley green: A public policy challenge
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May-June 1991
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Environmental horticulture: “Growth” industry in California
by Dennis R. Pittenger, Victor A. Gibeault, Steve T. Cockerham

May-June 1991
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Water scarcity: The changing California water scene
by Kenneth R. Farrell

May-June 1991
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Imported wasp helps control southern green stink bug
by Michael P. Hoffmann, Nita A. Davidson, Lloyd T. Wilson, Lester E. Ehler, Walker A. Jones, Frank G. Zalom

May-June 1991
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New index measures returns to risk in crop production
by Steven C. Blank

May-June 1991
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When water is scarce: Ground water is key to easing impact of drought
by Richard E. Howitt

May-June 1991
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Pressures to urbanize reach the Central Valley
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May-June 1991
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Trace elements limit potential for blending San Joaquin drainwater with canal water
by Blaine R. Hanson, Wilbur Bowers, Stephen R. Grattan, Donald W. Grimes, Kenneth K. Tanji

March-April 1991
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Publicly funded agricultural research: An impending crisis?
by Kenneth R. Farrell

March-April 1991
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Low-input technology proves viable for limited-resource farmers in Salinas Valley
by Miguel A. Altieri, Javier A. Trujillo, Marta A. Astier, Paul L. Gersper, Wilhelmus A. Bakx

March-April 1991
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To control mealybugs, stop honeydew-seeking ants
by Phil A. Phillips, Cindy J. Sherk

March-April 1991
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Phylloxera on rise…: Deadly insect pest poses increased risk to north coast vineyards
by Jeffrey Granett, John A. De Benedictis, James A. Wolpert, Edward Weber, Austin C. Goheen

March-April 1991
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Reducing drainwater: Furrow vs. subsurface drip irrigation
by Allan E. Fulton, J. D. Oster, Blaine R. Hanson, Claude J. Phene, David A. Goldhamer

March-April 1991
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Subsurface drip produced highest net return in Westlands area study
by Richard B. Smith, J. D. Oster, Claude Phene

March-April 1991
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Irrigation uniformity and cotton yields in the San Joaquin Valley
by Dennis Wichelns, J. D. Oster

January-February 1991
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The Estonian Turg and the California Certified Farmers' Market
by Robert Sommer, Maaris Raudsepp

January-February 1991
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Natural Reserve System: Putting the “Nature” in “Natural Resources”
by Kenneth R. Farrell

January-February 1991
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A shoppers' survey: California nuts and produce, food quality, and food safety
by Marciel A. Pastore, Christine M. Bruhn

January-February 1991
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Aphid problems increase on ornamentals
by Stacy L. Vehrs, Michael P. Parrella

January-February 1991
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Thinning Granny Smith apples chemically
by Warren C. Micke, Joseph A. Grant, Maxwell V. Norton, James T. Yeager

January-February 1991
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Chemical control of amorbia, an insect pest of avocado and citrus
by J. Blair Bailey, Kirk N. Olsen

November-December 1990
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Farm employment and wage patterns in the mid-1980s
by Philip L. Martin, Greg Miller

November-December 1990
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Predatory mites help control thrips on floriculture crops
by Nawal A. Hessein, Michael P. Parrella

November-December 1990
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The 1990 Farm Bill sets new courses for agriculture
by Kenneth R. Farrell

November-December 1990
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Leaching fraction, soil salinity, and drainage efficiency
by M. E. Grismer

November-December 1990
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Unions: their effect on California farm wages
by Philip L. Martin, J. R. Abele

November-December 1990
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Supplemental chemical control for omnivorous looper on avocados
by J. Blair Bailey, Kirk N. Olsen

November-December 1990
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IPM: Monitoring tomato fruitworm eggs in processing tomatoes
by Frank G. Zalom, Craig V. Weakley, Michael P. Hoffmann, L. T. Wilson, James I. Grieshop, Gene Miyao

September-October 1990
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IPM: Leaf removal for pest management in wine grapes
by James J. Stapleton, William W. Barnett, James J. Marois, W. Douglas Gubler

September-October 1990
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IPM: CALEW Cotton: an integrated expert system for cotton production and management
by Peter B. Goodell, Richard E. Plant, Thomas A. Kerby, Joyce F. Strand, L. Ted Wilson, Lowell Zelinski, Julie A. Young, Andrew Corbett, R. D. Horrocks, Ronald N. Vargas

September-October 1990
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IPM: reshaping the approach to pest management
by Kenneth R. Farrell

September-October 1990
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IPM: California's almond IPM program
by Karen Klonsky, Frank Zalom, Bill Barnett

September-October 1990
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IPM Research results: Statewide IPM's first 10 years
by James I. Grieshop, Robert A. Pence

September-October 1990
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Trapping tomato fruitworm in the Central Valley
by Michael P. Hoffmann, Lloyd T. Wilson, Frank G. Zalom, Richard Coviello, Michael Murray, Peter B. Goodell, Donald Rough

September-October 1990
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Wine grape establishment and production in southern California
by Etaferahu Takele

September-October 1990
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Integrated pest management in California
by Frank G. Zalom, Mary Louise Flint

September-October 1990
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Progress report: Vice President's task force on pest control alternatives: Overview
by James M. Lyons, Frank G. Zalom

July-August 1990
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Potential pesticide use cancellations in California
by Michael W. Stimmann, Mary P. Ferguson

July-August 1990
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Alternatives to targeted pesticides: the DANR database
by Frank G. Zalom, Joyce F. Strand

July-August 1990
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Agricultural pest control alternatives
by Kenneth R. Farrell

July-August 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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Correction: July-August 1990
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July-August 1990
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Global warming and the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta
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May-June 1990
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Investing in agricultural research and development
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May-June 1990
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Granulosis virus: biological control for western grapeleaf skeletonizer
by Vernon M. Stern, Brian A. Federici

May-June 1990
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New agriculture deans for two UC campuses
by John E. Kinsella, Seymour D. Van Gundy

May-June 1990
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Three common pests of pistachio in California
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May-June 1990
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Eucalyptus shows unexpected cold tolerance
by Janine K. Hasey, J. M. Connor

March-April 1990
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Grafting California native oaks
by William D. Tietje, John H. Foott, Elizabeth L. Labor

March-April 1990
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Control of two avocado mite pests
by J. Blair Bailey, Kirk N. Olsen

March-April 1990
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Sierra Foothill Range Field StationThirty years of research: an overview
by Charles A. Raguse, Gary A. Beall, John L. Hull, Douglas McCreary, Charles B. Wilson

March-April 1990
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Update on short-duration grazing study on irrigated pasture
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March-April 1990
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Sweet sorghum cuItivars for alcohol production
by F.J. Hills, R. T. Lewellen, I.O. Skoyen

January-February 1990
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Clogging of buried drip irrigation systems
by Larry J. Schwankl, Terry L. Prichard

January-February 1990
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Meeting challenges of the 1990s in agriculture and natural resources
by Kenneth R. Farrell

January-February 1990
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Immigration reform and California agriculture a year later
by Philip L. Martin, J. Edward Taylor

January-February 1990
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Biological control sought for ash whitefly
by Tom S. Bellows, Timothy D. Paine, Ken Y. Arakawa, Carol Meisenbacher, Paula Leddy, John Kabashima

January-February 1990
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Update on procedures for prospective RAWs
by Howard R. Rosenberg

September-October 1989
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Agricultural sustainability: An overview and research assessment
by Harold O. Carter

May-June 1989
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SAW employment data and the need for RAWs
by Howard R. Rosenberg

May-June 1989
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Exotic fruit fly pests and California agriculture
by James R. Carey, Robert V. Dowell

May-June 1989
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The crisis in agricultural education
by Orville E. Thompson, Douglas Gwynn, Yoshio Kawamura

January-February 1989
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Computer use in Tulare County agriculture
by Daniel S. Putler, David Zilberman

July-August 1988
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The U.S.-Canada trade agreement: Implications for California agriculture
by Kenneth R. Farrell

July-August 1988
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Acid fog injures California crops
by Robert C. Musselman, Patrick M. McCool, Jerry L. Sterrett

July-August 1988
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The Immigration Reform and Control Act: IRCA's effects on large farms
by Philip L. Martin, Stephanie Luce

May-June 1988
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Initial effects of the new immigration law on California agriculture
by Howard R. Rosenberg, Jeffrey M. Perloff

May-June 1988
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The potential of gypsy moth as a pest of fruit and nut crops
by Jeffrey C. Miller, Paul E. Hanson, Robert V. Dowell

November-December 1987
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Income tax reform and California farmers: Who wins and who loses?
by Hoy F. Carman, Robert Innes

November-December 1987
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A new vice president for agriculture
by David P. Gardner

November-December 1986
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Solar heating and amendments control cabbage yellows
by José Ramirez Villapudua, Donald E. Munnecke

May-June 1986
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Pheromone monitoring is cost-effective
by Robin T. Ervin, Daniel S. Moreno, John L. Baritelle, Philip D. Gardner

SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 1985
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Regenerative agriculture must be profitable
by J.B. Kendrick

JULY-AUGUST 1985
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Computer simulation of CRS populations
by Joseph G. Morse, Michael J. Arbaugh, Daniel S. Moreno

MAY-JUNE 1985
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Labor trends affecting agriculture
by John W. Mamer, Philip L. Martin

JANUARY-FEBRUARY 1985
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Nematodes in pistachio orchards
by Michael V. McKenry, Joseph O. Kretsch

November-December 1984
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Effects of salt on cell membranes of germinating seeds
by Richard D. Bliss, Kathryn A. Platt-Aloia, William W. Thomson

October 1984
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Genetic engineering of salinity-tolerant plants
by Raymond C. Valentine

October 1984
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Historical perspective on salinity and drainage problems in California
by Robert L. Kelley, Ronald L. Nye

October 1984
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Use of saline water for irrigation
by James D. Rhoades

October 1984
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Economics of salinity management
by Charles V. Moore, J. Herbert Snyder

October 1984
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Changing patterns in California's harvest labor force
by Philip L. Martin, Harmon Kaslow, Daniel Egan, Theodor Consignado, Lindsay Deauville

September 1984
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Evapotranspiration losses of tomatoes under drip and furrow irrigation
by William O. Pruitt, Elias Fereres, Delbert W. Henderson, Robert M. Hagan

May-June 1984
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Eucalyptus fuelwood growth rate improves with age
by Dean R. Donaldson, Richard B. Standiford

March-April 1984
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Previously imported parasite may control invading whitefly
by Mike Rose, James B. Woolley

March-April 1984
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The benefits of a farm safety program
by David L. Bayer

January-February 1984
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Field bindweed in CaliforniaThe outlook for biological control
by Sara S. Rosenthal, Lloyd A. Andres, Carl B. Huffaker

September-October 1983
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Smog damage to cotton in the San Joaquin Valley
by Patrick J. Temple, O. Clifton Taylor, Larry A. Benoit, Chris A. Reagan, Robert W. Lennox

September-October 1983
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The impact of salt on Delta agriculture
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July-August 1983
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An agenda for U.S. agriculture's future
by J. B. Kendrick

January-February 1983
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Immigration reform and California agriculture
by Philip L. Martin, Richard Mines

January-February 1983
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Breeding and development
by James W. Cameron, Robert K. Soost

November-December 1982
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Whitefly-transmitted disease complex of the Desert Southwest
by James E. Duffus, Robert A. Flock

November-December 1982
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California agriculture and genetic engineering
by Lowell N. Lewis

August 1982
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1. Genetic engineering: The new techniques and their potential
by Carole P. Meredith

August 1982
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4. Gene vectors: Crossing natural barriers to genetic manipulations
by Clarence I. Kado

August 1982
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The gypsy moth here again
by Marjorie A. Hoy

July 1982
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Women in the agricultural labor market
by Juanita B. Wood, David H. Dupre, Orville E. Thompson

September-October 1981
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Domestic issues affecting U.S. agriculture
by J. B. Kendrick

July-August 1981
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Career opportunities in agriculture for minorities
by J. B. Kendrick

July-August 1979
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Factors affecting agricultural land prices
by B. Delworth Gardner, Carole Frank Nuckton

January 1979
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Some forces affecting our changing American agriculture
by Harold O. Carter, Warren E. Johnston, Carole Frank Nuckton

January 1979
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Comparisons of agriculture in California and the United States
by B. Delworth Gardner

December 1978
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Some principles and perspectives of agriculture
by Cecil E. Yarwood

June 1978
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Agriculture's most important battle
by J. B. Kendrick

February 1978
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Projection of California fertilizer use to 1985
by Hoy F. Carman, Cris Heaton

November 1977
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Pheromone traps to suppress populations of the smaller European elm bark beetle
by Martin C. Birch, Richard W. Bushing, Timothy D. Paine, Stephen L. Clement, P. Dean Smith

November 1977
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Safflower germplasm: Domesticated and wild
by Paulden F. Knowles

September 1977
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Cotton germplasm development
by Hubert B. Cooper, Angus H. Hyer, John H. Turner

September 1977
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Utilizing genetic diversity in the improvement of barley cultivars
by Charles W. Schaller

September 1977
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Greenhouse gerberas
by Thomas G. Byrne, James Harding, Robert L. Nelson

September 1977
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Breeding successes with spring wheat germplasm
by Calvin O. Qualset, John D. Prato, Herbert E. Vogt

September 1977
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Corn tops sorghum in comparison trials
by Thomas E. Kearney, Karl H. Ingebretsen, John D. Prato

August 1977
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Irrigation management conserves water
by Jan van Schilfgaarde, J. D. Oster

May 1977
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Drip irrigation in California
by Albert W. Marsh

May 1977
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U.C. guidelines for interpretation of agricultural water quality
by Robert S. Ayers, Roy L Branson

May 1977
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Nitrate-nitrogen in the unsaturated zone below irrigated fields
by John M. Rible, Parker F. Pratt

May 1977
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Management of water resources in rainfed agriculture
by Glen H. Cannell

May 1977
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Rose virus and virus-like diseases
by Gary A. Secor, Mansun Kong, George Nyland

March 1977
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Let's open agriculture's black box
by J. B. Kendrick

January 1977
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Modoc a new durum wheat for northern California
by Y. Paul Puri, Calvin O. Qualset, Kenneth G. Baghott, Herbert E. Vogt, William F. Lehman, E. Wayne Hempleman, William C. Shuey, John D. Prato

November 1976
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Beet leafhopper transmits citrus stubborn disease
by G. N. Oldfield, G. H. Kaloostian, H. D. Pierce, E. C. Calavan, A. L. Granlti, R. L. Blue

June 1976
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Computer model aids in weevil control
by A. P. Gutierrez, U. Regev, C. G. Summers

April 1976
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Occurrence of Spiroplasma citri in periwinkle in California
by A.L. Granett, R.L. Blue, M.K. Harjung, E.C. Calavan, D.J. Gumpf

March 1976
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Preharvest Antitranspirant Spray on Cherries: Part 1. effect on fruit size
by K. Uriu, D. Davenport, R. M. Hagan

October 1975
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Roundup: The end of perennial weeds in tree and vine crops?
by A. H. Lange, B. B. Fischer, C. L. Elmore, H. M. Kempen, J. Schlesselman

September 1975
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Research briefs for California Agriculture
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August 1975
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Land Use Mapping Programs (LUMP): Computer help for land use decision making
by Michael Singer, Robert Johnston, Linda Thorpe

July 1975
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Data bank of pesticides in the San Joaquin Valley
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May 1975
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Urbanization and streamflow in the Berkeley hills
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April 1975
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Climate effects on grapefruit and lemons
by E. M. Nauer, J. H. Goodale, L. L. Summers, Walter Reuther

March 1975
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A challenge to agriculture
by J. B. Kendrick

December 1974
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Energy and Agriculture economic perspectives
by J. G. Youde, H. O. Carter

October 1974
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Remote sensing in control of pink bollworm in cotton
by V. B. Coleman, C. W. Johnson, L. N. Lewis

September 1974
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Irrigated agriculture and the ecosystem
by Verne H. Scott

July 1970
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Ragwort flea beetle established for biological control of tansy ragwort in Northern California
by Kenneth E. Frick

April 1970
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People-izing agriculture
by E. C. Maxie

April 1970
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California agriculture
by William W. Paul

March 1970
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Ethrel effects on fruit ripening of peppers
by William L. Sims, H. Bill Collins, Brent L. Gledhill

February 1970
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SW44 nondormant alfalfa with stem nematode resistance released to plant breeders
by W. F. Lehman, E. H. Stanford, F. V. Lieberman, W. E. Bendixen, W. H. Isom, V. L. Marble

July 1969
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Antitranspirants …uses and effects on plant life
by D. C. Davenport, R. M. Hagan, P. E. Martin

May 1969
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RH 315 a new herbicide with potential for weed control in lettuce
by M. Lavalleye, H. Agamalian, A. Lange, R. Brendler

April 1969
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Agriculture at Berkeley
by E. Gorton Linsley

April 1969
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Parasites for control of grape leaf folder
by R. L. Doutt, John Nakata, F. E. Skinner

April 1969
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Frustration— agriculture and research
by J. H. Meyer

March 1969
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Agriculture in an
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Montezuma oat variety produces high test weight, and good yields
by C. A. Suneson, C. O. Qualset, J. D. Prato, J. T. Feather, W. H. Isom

February 1969
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Hydrologic mini-cycle for soil moisture and salt control in irrigated agriculture
by Robert J. Miller

January 1969
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Two new wheat varieties from Mexico …siete cerros 66-INIA 66
by J. D. Prato, H. E. Vogt, C. O. Qualset, J. T. Feather

December 1968
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Air pollution and agriculture today
by V. P. Osterli, L. B. McNelly

September 1968
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Herbicide residues in California agricultural soils
by A. Lange, B. Fischer, W. Humphrey, W. Seyman, K. Baghott

August 1968
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Harland barley
by C. A. Suneson

August 1968
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Ten new walnut varieties released
by E. F. Serr, H. I. Forde

April 1968
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California Agriculture …20 years later the research continues …
by C. F. Kelly

December 1966
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Planting dates for mechanical harvesting of cucumbers
by W. L. Sims, Mike Zahara

January 1966
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Testing Permanent Fasteners: For shaker attachment to reduce limb injury in fruit and nut tree harvesting
by P. A. Adrian, R. B. Fridley, David Chaney

August 1965
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California Agriculture and World Trade
by Beatrice M. Bain, Sidney Hoos

January 1965
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Harvester injuries to seed reduce flax seedling emergence
by D. C. Erwin, W. H. Isom, M. J. Garber

December 1964
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Three new hybrid sugarbeet varieties for early planting
by J. S. Mc Farlane, I. O. Skoyen

December 1964
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Toxicity of lithium to plants
by F. T. Bingham, G. R. Bradford, A. L. Page

September 1964
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Soil profile studies aid water management for salinity control
by D. R. Nielsen, J. W. Biggar, R. J. Miller

August 1964
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Gibberellin sprays delay lime maturity
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July 1964
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