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Managed winter flooding of alfalfa recharges groundwater with minimal crop damage
by Helen E. Dahlke, Andrew G. Brown, Steve Orloff, Daniel Putnam, Toby O'Geen

January 16, 2018
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Ownership characteristics and crop selection in California cropland
by Luke Macaulay, Van Butsic

October-December 2017
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Desert REC: Educational outreach and crop breeding
by Jim Downing

October-December 2017
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Long-term agricultural experiments inform the development of climate-smart agricultural practices
by Kristina Wolf, Israel Herrera, Thomas P. Tomich, Kate Scow

July-September 2017
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Review of research to inform California's climate scoping plan: Agriculture and working lands
by Ryan Byrnes, Valerie Eviner, Ermias Kebreab, William R. Horwath, Louise Jackson, Bryan M. Jenkins, Stephen Kaffka, Amber Kerr, Josette Lewis, Frank M. Mitloehner, Jeffrey P. Mitchell, Kate M. Scow, Kerri L. Steenwerth, Stephen Wheeler

July-September 2017
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Farmers share their perspectives on California water management and the Sustainable Groundwater Management Act
by Meredith T. Niles, Courtney Hammond Wagner

September 8, 2017
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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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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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Modeling the effects of local climate change on crop acreage
by Hyunok Lee, Daniel A. Sumner

January-March 2016
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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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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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2014 index
Editors

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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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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Rainfall leaching is critical for long-term use of recycled water in the Salinas Valley
by Belinda E. Platts, Mark E. Grismer

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

July-September 2014
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UC ANR applies innovative research and programs to state's water scarcity
by Doug Parker

July-September 2014
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UCCE's connection to the community continues
by Robin Meadows

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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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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Buffers between grazing sheep and leafy crops augment food safety
by Bruce R. Hoar, Edward R. Atwill, Lesa Carlton, Jorge Celis, Jennifer Carabez, Tran Nguyen

April-June 2013
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COMING UP in California Agriculture: Researchers define buffer zones between grazing and crop systems
Editors

January-March 2013
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Nitrogen fertilizer use in California: Assessing the data, trends and a way forward
by Todd S. Rosenstock, Daniel Liptzin, Johan Six, Thomas P. Tomich

January-March 2013
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UC Desert Research and Extension Center celebrates 100 years
by Robin Meadows

October-December 2012
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Report seeks solutions for nitrate in drinking water
by Editors

April-June 2012
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Water sensors with cellular system eliminate tail water drainage in alfalfa irrigation
by Rajat Saha, Narendra S. Raghuwanshi, Shrinivasa K. Upadhyaya, Wesley W. Wallender, David C. Slaughter

October-December 2011
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Hedgerows enhance beneficial insects on farms in California's Central Valley
by Lora Morandin, Rachael F. Long, Corin Pease, Claire Kremen

October-December 2011
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Low hybrid onion seed yields relate to honey bee visits and insecticide use
by Rachael F. Long, Lora Morandin

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

October-December 2009
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Plant and microbial research seeks biofuel production from lignocellulose
by Laura E. Bartley, Pamela C. Ronald

October-December 2009
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Can feedstock production for biofuels be sustainable in California?
by Stephen R. Kaffka

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

July-September 2009
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Losses due to lenticel rot are an increasing concern for Kern County potato growers
by James J. Farrar, J. Joseph Nunez, R. Michael Davis

July-September 2009
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Hay harvesting services respond to market trends
by Steven Blank, Karen Klonsky, Kate Fuller, Steve Orloff, Daniel H. Putnam

July-September 2009
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Modeling shows that alternative soil management can decrease greenhouse gases
by Steven De Gryze, Maria V. Albarracin, Rosa Catalá-Luque, Richard E. Howitt, Johan Six

April-June 2009
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Cooperative conservation could save tricolored blackbirds
by Robin Meadows

April-June 2008
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Trained ovines chomp on weeds, avoid vines
by Robin Meadows

January-March 2008
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Breaking new ground: UC Santa Cruz celebrates sustainable innovation in farming, food systems
by Hazel White

October-December 2007
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Pharmaceutical crops have a mixed outlook in California
by Michelle Marvier

April-June 2007
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Mineral balances, including in drinking water, estimated for Merced County dairy herds
by Alejandro R. Castillo, José E.P. Santos, Tom J. Tabone

April-June 2007
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California cotton growers utilize integrated pest management
by Sonja B. Brodt, Peter B. Goodell, Rose L. Krebill-Prather, Ron N. Vargas

January-March 2007
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Timeline uncertain for agricultural biotechnology
by Peggy G. Lemaux

July-September 2006
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When crop transgenes wander in California, should we worry?
by Norman C. Ellstrand

July-September 2006
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Scientists evaluate potential environmental risks of transgenic crops
by Norman C. Ellstrand

July-September 2006
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Conservation tillage production systems compared in San Joaquin Valley cotton
by Jeffrey P. Mitchell, Daniel S. Munk, Bob Prys, Karen K. Klonsky, Jon F. Wroble, Richard L. De Moura

July-September 2006
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Yellow starthistle continues its spread in California
by Michael J. Pitcairn, Steve Schoenig, Rosie Yacoub, John Gendron

April-June 2006
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Introduced parasitic wasps could control glassy-winged sharpshooter
by Leigh J. Pilkington, Nicola A. Irvin, Elizabeth A. Boyd, Mark S. Hoddle, Serguei V. Triapitsyn, Bryan G. Carey, Walker A. Jones, Morgan J.W. David

October-December 2005
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Covering hay in the irrigated Sonoran Desert decreases heat damage
by Juan N. Guerrero, Martin I. Lopez, Miguel Cervantes

October-December 2005
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Collaboration fosters Kearney scientific achievements
by David A Grantz, Linda Marie Manton, Frederick H Swanson

April-June 2005
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Biological and cultural controls … Nonpesticide alternatives can suppress crop pests
by Nicholas J Mills, Kent M Daane

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

January-March 2005
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Science briefs: January-March 2005
by Robin Meadows

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

January-March 2005
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Alternative techniques improve irrigation and nutrient management on dairies
by Larry Schwankl, Carol Frate

July-September 2004
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Challenges and opportunities for horticultural biotechnology
by Kent J. Bradford, Julian M. Alston, Peggy G. Lemaux, Daniel A. Sumner

April-June 2004
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UC researchers evaluating genetically engineered alfalfa
by Jeannette Warnert

April-June 2004
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Science briefs: January-March 2004
Editors

January-March 2004
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In vitro gas production provides effective method for assessing ruminant feeds
by Girma Getachew, Edward J. DePeters, Peter H. Robinson

January-March 2004
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Phytoplankton fuels Delta food web
by Alan D. Jassby, James E. Cloern, Anke B. Müller-Solger

October-December 2003
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Breeding and genetics key to stemming Pierce's disease
by Michael Barnes

July-September 2003
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Letters: January-March 2003
From our readers

January-March 2003
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Proper harvest timing can improve returns for intermountain alfalfa
by Steve B. Orloff, Daniel H. Putnam, Steve C. Blank

November-December 2002
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Sun setting on water quality exemptions
by Jeannette Warnert

September-October 2002
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Survey quantifies cost of organic milk production in California
by Leslie J. Butler

September-October 2002
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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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Lessons flow from Klamath Basin water crisis
by Janet Byron

July-August 2002
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Repeated soil applications of fungicide reduce activity against cavity spot in carrots
by James J. Farrar, J. Joseph Nunez, R. Michael Davis

March-April 2002
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Alfalfa water use pinpointed in saline, shallow water tables of Imperial Valley
by Khaled M. Bali, Mark E. Grismer, Richard L. Snyder

July-August 2001
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Sudangrass uses water at rates similar to alfalfa, depending on location
by Mark E. Grismer

July-August 2001
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Scientists, state aggressively pursue Pierce's disease
by Robin Meadows

July-August 2001
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Potential economic impacts of irrigation-water reductions estimated for Sacramento Valley
by Hyunok Lee, Daniel Sumner, Richard Howtt

March-April 2001
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Letters
From our readers

March-April 2001
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New pest management center based at UC Davis
by Janet Byron

January-February 2001
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IPM research profiled: 10-year trends
by Karen-Klonsky, Ben Shouse

November-December 2000
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Interplanting grasses into alfalfa controls weeds in older stands
by Timothy S. Prather, W. Thomas Lanini, Steve Orloff, Ronald Vargas, Jerry L. Schmierer, W. Mick Canevari, Shannon Mueller, Warren Bendixen, Rose L. Krebill-Prather

November-December 2000
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Global surveillance needed to prevent foodborne disease
by Craig W. Hedberg

September-October 2000
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Transgenes are revolutionizing crop production
by George Bruening

July-August 2000
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Monitoring soil moisture helps refine irrigation management
by Blaine R. Hanson, Steve Orloff, Douglas Peters

May-June 2000
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Trace elements slowly accumulating, depleting in soils
by Andrew C. Chang, Albert L. Page

March-April 2000
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Rearing immunodeficient calves on pasture reduces death, production costs
by Barbara Reed, Carolyn Stull, Steven L. Berry, Cynthia Batchelder

November-December 1999
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Sheep thrive on weedy alfalfa
by Juan N. Guerrero, Martin I. López, Carl E. Bell, Brent Boutwell

September-October 1999
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Organic cotton finding a niche in northern San Joaquin
Editors

July-August 1999
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Preliminary studies show yield and quality potential of organic cotton
by Sean L. Swezey, Polly Goldman, Ralph Jergens, Ron Vargas

July-August 1999
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After 2 years, imazethapyr residues have no effect on crops in Imperial Valley
by Carl E. Bell, Brent E. Boutwell

May-June 1999
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Success of mowing to control yellow starthistle depends on timing and plant's branching form
by Carri B. Benefield, Joseph M. DiTomaso, Guy B. Kyser, Steve B. Orloff, Kenneth R. Churches, Daniel B. Marcum, Glenn A. Nader

March-April 1999
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Glassy-winged sharpshooters expected to increase plant disease
by Alexander H. Purcell, Stuart R. Saunders

March-April 1999
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Can integrated methods stop starthistle?
Editors

March-April 1999
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Desert heat degrades quality of stored alfalfa hay
by Juan N. Guerrero, S. Sherwood Winans

January-February 1999
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Transgenic Bt crops and resistance: Broadscale use of pest-killing plants to be true test
by Brian A. Federici

November-December 1998
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Pyrithiobac sodium controls nightshade without long-term effect on cotton
by Ron Vargas, Tomé M. Martin-Duvall, Steve Wright, Manuel Jimenez

September-October 1998
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Verticillium survives heat in Mojave Desert alfalfa
by Donald C. Erwin, Amy B. Howell

July-August 1998
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Persistent silverleaf whitefly exploits desert crop systems
by Nick C. Toscano, Steve J. Castle, Thomas J. Henneberry, Nilima Prabhaker Castle

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

March-April 1998
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Forage demand rises as supplies wane: Growers face critical juncture in desert forage production
by Dan Putnam, Robert Kallenbach

May-June 1997
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Appropriate market is key to success of dairying in Imperial Valley
by L.J. (Bees) Butler, Javier Ekboir

May-June 1997
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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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Nitrogen isotope ratios identify nitrate contamination sources
by Dennis E. Rolston, Graham E. Fogg, David L. Decker, Dianne T. Louie, Mark E. Grismer

March-April 1996
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Farmers describe irrigation costs, benefits: Labor costs may offset water savings of sprinkler systems
by Dennis Wichelns, Laurie Houston, David Cone, Qiming Zhu, James Wilen

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

November-December 1995
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Sidebar: Nation's richest insect diversity in California
by Greg Ballmer

November-December 1995
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Society responds to contamination: Changes in pest control practices reduce toll on wildlife
by Daniel W. Anderson

November-December 1995
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Postemergence herbicide controls johnsongrass, other weeds in field corn
by Jack P. Orr, Larry Mitich, Ernie Roncoroni

May-June 1995
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Octenol fails to lure stable fly to insecticide
by Bradley A. Mullens, Nyles Peterson, Coralie E. Dada, Robert K. Velten

March-April 1995
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Lady beetle release controls aphids on potted plants
by Mary Louise Flint, Steve H. Dreistadt, Jill Rentner, Michael P. Parrella

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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Science briefs
Editors

January-February 1995
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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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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
Editors

July-August 1994
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Supplemented native range and subclover pastures improve lambing rates
by Martin R. Dally, Milton B. Jones, Edward J. DePeters

March-April 1994
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Natural enemies of Russian wheat aphid identified in California
by J. Bernal, D. González, E. T. Natwick, J. G. Loya, R. León-Lopez, W. E. Bendixen

November-December 1993
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Controlling dodder in alfalfa hay calls for an integrated procedure
by Steve B. Orloff, David W. Cudney

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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Growing a world class institution
by Ann Foley Scheuring

July-August 1993
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Feats of UC science that changed daily life
Editors

July-August 1993
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From dried beet pulp to rice hulls: Rumen digestion of various dairy feedstuffs compared in tests
by Thomas A. Shultz, Carol A. Collar, Donald L. Bath, Abbas Ahmadi

May-June 1993
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California's rice crop: market challenges, resource constraints
by Elmer W. Learn

May-June 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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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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Fight weeds and increase forage: Using oats as a companion crop in establishing alfalfa
by W. Thomas Lanini, Steve B. Orloff, Ronald N. Vargas, Jack P. Orr

July-August 1992
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Initial research indicates dairy goats used to clear poison oak do not transfer toxicant to milk
by Brou Kouakou, David Rampersad, Eloy Rodriguez, Dan L. Brown

May-June 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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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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Russian wheat aphid: natural enemies, resistant wheat offer potential control
by D. González, Charles G. Summers, Calvin O. Qualset

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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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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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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Keeping the valley green: A public policy challenge
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May-June 1991
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Imposed drought stress has no long-term effect on established alfalfa
by Carol A. Frate, Bruce A. Roberts, Vern L. Marble

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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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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Cereal forage for dairy cattle
by Edward J. DePeters, Juan F. Medrano, Donald L. Bath, Donald P. Harper

November-December 1990
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IPM: reshaping the approach to pest management
by Kenneth R. Farrell

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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Integrated pest management in California
by Frank G. Zalom, Mary Louise Flint

September-October 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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The research imperatives: knowledge to reduce the use of broadly toxic pesticides
by Mary Louise Flint

July-August 1990
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Melaleuca alternifolia: new crop for California?
by Roy M. Sachs, Choong I. Lee, Sue A. Cartwright, Michael S. Reid, Colin Smith

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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Economics of agricultural drainage policies
by Dennis Wichelns, Marca Weinberg

July-August 1990
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Managing bovine pinkeye in beef calves
by Lisle W. George

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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Treatment timing defined for Egyptian alfalfa weevil in the high desert
by Vernon M. Stern, Steve B. Orloff

January-February 1990
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Stable fly and house fly breeding sites on dairies
by Jeffery A. Meyer, Thomas A. Shultz

January-February 1990
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Verticillium wilt found in southern California alfalfa
by Donald C. Erwin, Rudolph A. Khan, Amy Howell, Abdelaziz Baameur, Steve B. Orloff

September-October 1989
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Dodder control in alfalfa
by Steve B. Orloff, Ronald N. Vargas, David W. Cudney, W. Michael Canevari, Jerry Schmierer

July-August 1989
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Desert alfalfa grazing–it's the leaf that counts
by Juan N. Guerrero, Vern L. Marble, Carlos Hernandez

March-April 1989
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Fall grazing by sheep on alfalfa
by Richard E. Pelton, Vern L. Marble, William E. Wildman, Gary Peterson

September-October 1988
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Low temperature decreases CUF 101 alfalfa resistance to blue alfalfa aphid
by Charles G. Summers, Albert S. Newton

September-October 1987
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Yellow and green foxtail control in alfalfa
by Jack P. Orr, W. Michael Canevari, Donald R. Colbert, Ronald N. Vargas, Russell W. Wallace, Raymond C. Henning

NOVEMBER-DECEMBER 1985
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Sodium bicarbonate in dairy rations
by Edward J. DePeters, Alan H. Fredeen, Donald L. Bath

MARCH-APRIL 1985
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Producing quality alfalfa in California's mountain valleys
by Vern L. Marble, Kenneth G. Baghott, Roger W. Benton, P. Dean Smith, Russell H. Gripp

JANUARY-FEBRUARY 1985
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Climate and dormancy data reduce need for many regional alfalfa trials
by Larry R. Teuber

May-June 1984
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Use of integrated pest management in alfalfa
by Mary Louise Flint, Karen Klonsky, Frank G. Zalom

January-February 1984
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Enhancing nitrogen fixation
by Donald A. Phillips, Larry E. Williams

August 1982
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Irrigation rates critical in Imperial Valley alfalfa
by Frank E. Robinson

October 1980
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Damsel bugs useful as predators but need help
by John H. Benedict, Warren R. Cothran

August-September 1980
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Blue alfalfa aphid: Economic threshold levels in southern California
by Raj Sharma, Vern Stern

February 1980
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Sprinkler irrigation raises yields— and costs—of Imperial Valley alfalfa
by Robert W. Hagemann, Carl F. Ehlig

January 1980
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Status of puncturevine weevils and their host plant in California
by Donald M. Maddox, Lloyd A. Andres

June 1979
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Effects of fumigating crops with hydrogen sulfide or sulfur dioxide
by C. Ray Thompson, Gerrit Kats, Robert W. Lennox

March 1979
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Effect of irrigation frequencies on alfalfa seed yield
by Robert W. Hagemann, Carl F. Ehlig, Mikeal J. Huber, Richard Y. Reynoso, Lyman S. Willardson

October 1978
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Cubing increases density of kenaf
by Dennis J. DaVia, Marvin O. Bagby, Buren A. Wolf, Paulden F. Knowles, John R. Goss

September 1978
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Tomato pomace scores well as sheep feed
by Norman H. Hinman, William N. Garrett, John R. Dunbar, Arthur K. Swenerton, Nancy E. East

August 1978
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Genetic resources in alfalfa and their preservation
by Ernest H. Stanford

September 1977
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CUF 101, a new variety of alfalfa is resistant to the blue alfalfa aphid
by William F. Lehman, Mervin W. Nielson, Vern L. Marble, Ernest H. Stanford

August 1977
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Solar protein
by Keelnatham T. Shanmugam, Raymond C. Valentine

November 1976
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Cultural practices affect alfalfa soil temperatures
by Don A. Toenjes, Herbert Schulbach

September 1976
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Using cannery wastes on forage cropland
by William N. Helphinstine

September 1976
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Blue alfalfa aphid: A new pest in the imperial valley
by R. K. Sharma, V. M. Stern, R. W. Hagemann

April 1976
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Alfalfa seed underground drip irrigation
by R.W. Hagemann, L.S. Willardson, A.W. Marsh, C.F. Ehlig

April 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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Smog hurts alfalfa
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March 1976
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Irrigating for maximum alfalfa seed yield
by R. W. Hagemann, L. S. Willardson, A. W. Marsh, C. F. Ehlig

November 1975
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Evaluation of insecticides for control of Egyptian alfalfa weevil
by Norman F. McCalley, Der-I Wang, William C. Reische

September 1975
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Alfalfa damage by jackrabbits in the Southern California deserts
by Philip E. Bickler, V. H. Shoemaker

July 1975
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Alfalfa: Effects of seeding rates and Rhizobium inoculations
by William D. McClellan

February 1975
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Irrigated pasture for light weight beef calves
by J. L. Hull, C. A. Raguse

November 1974
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Influence of wheel traffic on yield and stand longevity of Alfalfa
by R. Sheesley, D. W. Grimes, W. D. McClell, C. G. Summers, V. Marble

October 1974
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Irrigation water management for alfalfa seed production
by H. Yamada, D. W. Henderson, R. J. Miller, R. M. Hoover

December 1973
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Precautions in use of sprinklers for frost protection in alfalfa and lettuce
by Frank E. Robinson

September 1971
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Barriers to outcrossing in alfalfa seed production …flowering alfalfa …field size …bare ground
by L. G. Jones, J. T. Feather, V. L. Marble, R. B. Ball

June 1971
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Egyptian alfalfa weevil …chemical control
by C. S. Koehler

May 1971
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Egyptian alfalfa weevil …the threat to California alfalfa
by Robert Van Den Bosch, Vern L. Marble

May 1971
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Egyptian alfalfa weevil …population and ecology research
by Warren R. Cothran, Charles G. Summers, D. González

May 1971
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Egyptian alfalfa weevil …biological control possibilities
by Robert Van Den Bosch, Glenn L. Finney, Charles F. Lagace

May 1971
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Egyptian alfalfa weevil …breeding resistant alfalfa
by W. M. Lehman, E. H. Stanford

May 1971
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Crop rotation controls barley root-knot nematode at Tulelake
by M. W. Allen, W. H. Hart, Ken Baghott

July 1970
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Frost control tests with lettuce and alfalfa: Blanket of ice keeps plants from freezing
by Frank E. Robinson

February 1970
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Longidorus africanus merny… nematode found pathogen of imperial lettuce
by J. D. Radewald, J. W. Osgood, K. S. Mayberry, A. O. Paulus, H. W. Otto, F. Shibuya

October 1969
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Timing supplemental feeding of honey bees for improved crop pollination
by Bob Sheesley, Bernard Poduska

October 1969
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Cubed alfalfa for replacement ewe lambs
by Monte Bell, Jack Nolan, Albert Vieria

September 1969
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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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Honey bee pollination of alfalfa seed improved by supplemental feeding
by Bob Sheesley, Bernard Poduska

March 1969
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Lygus bug control in cotton through alfalfa interplanting
by V. M. Stern, A. Mueller, V. Sevacherian, M. Way

February 1969
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Plant preference of honeybees in white-flowered alfalfa
by R. W. Hagemann, L. G. Jones, J. T. Feather

November 1968
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Gastrointestinal parasitism of lambs …a survey of Imperial Valley feeder lambs
by N. F. Baker, J. B. Burgess, G. L. Crenshaw

November 1968
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Backhoe slots for orchard planting, and analysis of soil compaction and water penetration
by J. L. Meyer, James McLaughlin

April 1968
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Fertilizer trials with safflower in sacramento valley
by C. H. E. Werkhoven, K. H. Ingebretsen, T. E. Kearney, L. L. Buschmann, R. L. Sailsbery, M. D. Miller, B. A. Krantz

January 1968
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Baled vs. cubed alfalfa hay, for ewes and lambs
by Monte Bell

November 1967
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Alfalfa variety tests in Central California
by C. A. Schoner, T. S. Torngren, V. L. Marble, W. R. Sheesley, E. F. Nourse

June 1967
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Effects of hay quality on milk production and hay intake by dairy cows
by Don A. Toenjes, Donald L. Bath, Manuel Borges

June 1967
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Corn silage and alfalfa hay for lactating dairy cows
by Granville A. Hutton, Donald L. Bath

June 1967
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A comparison of 1x3x3-inch wafers and baled alfalfa hay for milk production
by Granville A. Hutton, Donald L. Bath

May 1967
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Weed control in seedling alfalfa
by W. R. Sallee

April 1967
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Root rot tolerance in new alfalfa strains now available to plant breeders
by W. F. Lehman, D. C. Erwin, E. H. Stanford

April 1967
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A progress report… alfalfa weevil control investigations
by C. S. Koehler, D. L. West, L. E. Allen, R. L. Campbell

September 1966
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Manures are good sources of phosphorus
by D. M. May, W. E. Martin

July 1966
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Winter annual weed control with diuron in Antelope valley alfalfa hay
by D. M. May, C. L. Foy, W. D. Burge

April 1966
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Control of dodder in alfalfa with DCPA
by G. H. McNeely, E. C. Hoffman, D. E. Bayer, C. L. Foy

March 1966
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High- and Low-moisture alfalfa wafers for milk production
by G. A. Hutton, Magnar Ronning, J. B. Dobie

June 1964
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Breeding alfalfa with resistance to phytophthora root rot
by E. H. Stanford

May 1964
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Strip cutting alfalfa for lygus bug control
by V. M. Stern, R. Van Den Bosch, T. F. Leigh

April 1964
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Alfalfa meal in swine rations: Tested as source of energy one pound of alfalfa had an average replacement value for 0.28 pound of concentrate
by Hubert Heitman, J. H. Meyer

October 1959
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High phosphorus for alfalfa: Plant analysis used to evaluate phosphorus status of alfalfa fields as guide to fertilizing for better yields and returns
by W. R. Sallee, Albert Ulrich, W. E. Martin, B. A. Krantz

August 1959
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Alfalfa hay conditioning tests: Relative drying rates, field losses, chemical composition of the hay, and feeding response of sheep studied in '58 season
by R. A. Kepner, J. R. Goss, J. H. Meyer, J. B. Dobie, L. G. Jones

July 1959
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Clover seed chalcid in alfalfa: No effective chemical control measures yet available for use against insect causing heavy losses to alfalfa seed growers
by Oscar G. Bacon, Walter D. Riley, Vernon E. Burton, Armen V. Sarquis

July 1959
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Lygus bug control in alfalfa: Increasing tolerance to insecticides complicates control of lygus bugs in state's major alfalfa seed producing areas
by Oscar G. Bacon, Vernon E. Burton, J. E. Swift

June 1959
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Alfalfa wafers for dairy cows: No significant differences detected between alfalfa wafers and alfalfa hay in feeding trials with lactating heifers
by Don Addis

January 1959
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Alfalfa and sorghum silages: Experiments indicate no difference between sweet forage-type sorghum and dual purpose-type when fed as silage to steers
by J. H. Meyer, G. P. Lofgreen, N. R. Ittner

January 1959
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Soil salinity hazard to seeds: Planting variation to minimize salinity to germinating seeds successful in field tests with alfalfa in Palo Verde Valley
by Lloyd Burri, Milton Fireman, Otis A. Harvey

September 1958
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Pelleted alfalfa hay: Baled and pelleted alfalfa hay in comparative trial with beef steers
by N. R. Ittner, J. H. Meyer, G. P. Lofgreen

April 1958
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Aphid parasites established: Natural enemies of spotted alfalfa aphid brought from Middle East expected to be established throughout the state in 1958
by Kenneth S. Hagen, James K. Holloway, F. E. Skinner, G. L. Finney

February 1958
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Aureomycin in livestock feed: Antibiotic in form of a prepared alfalfa-base pellet added to ration in feeding trials with weaner calves and yearlings
by Blaine McGowan, Reuben Albaugh

January 1958
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New control for alfalfa aphid: Systemic insecticide protects insect enemies of aphid, allows compatibility of chemical treatment with biological control
by Vernon M. Stern, Robert van den Bosch, Dewey Born

January 1958
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Boom and broadcast sprayers: Comparative field and laboratory study of spray distribution as applied by two types of sprayers on spotted alfalfa aphid
by Jack E. Dibble, R. G. Curley, N. B. Akesson

January 1958
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Imported parasites established: Natural enemies of the spotted alfalfa aphid brought from the Middle East in 1955–56 now established in California
by Robert van den Bosch, E. I. Schlinger, E. J. Dietrick

July 1957
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Aphid resistance to parathion: Nonphosphate insecticides under study for control of spotted alfalfa aphid where pest develops resstance to parathion
by Vernon M. Stern, Harold T. Reynolds

February 1957
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Fungi on spotted alfalfa aphid: Spread of fungi by natural and artificial means is resulting in excellent biological control of aphid in many counties
by Irvin M. Hall, Paul H. Dunn

February 1957
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Parasites of alfalfa aphid: Natural enemies of spotted alfalfa aphid found in search of Europe and Middle East may become established in California
by Robert van den Bosch

October 1956
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Aphid resistant alfalfa plants: Inexpensive control of spotted alfalfa aphid can be expected as result of plant breeding program to develop new varieties
by Ernest H. Stanford

July 1956
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Insecticides for alfalfa aphid: Chemical control of spotted alfalfa aphid essential until natural enemies or resistant alfalfa varieties available
by Harold T. Reynolds, Ray F. Smith, John E. Swift

May 1956
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Enemies of spotted alfalfa aphid: Lady beetles, hover flies, lacewings are there important native predators of aphids and other economic pests of alfalfa
by Ray F. Smith, Kenneth S. Hagen

April 1956
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Aphid damage to alfalfa hay: Honeydew of spotted alfalfa aphid apparently not distasteful to cattle but protein and carotene in damaged hay are reduced
by Roy V. Parker, Vernon E. Burton, Ray F. Smith

March 1956
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