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Land access and costs may drive strawberry growers' increased use of fumigation
by Julie Guthman

July-September 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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N2O emissions from California farmlands: A review
by Elizabeth Verhoeven, Engil Pereira, Charlotte Decock, Gina Garland, Taryn Kennedy, Emma Suddick, William Horwath, Johan Six

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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Remote sensing is a viable tool for mapping soil salinity in agricultural lands
by Elia Scudiero, Dennis L. Corwin, Ray G. Anderson, Kevin Yemoto, Wesley Clary, Zhi “Luke” Wang, Todd H. Skaggs

April 1, 2017
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Managing for soil health can suppress pests
by Amanda Hodson, Edwin Lewis

July-September 2016
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Inconsistent food safety pressures complicate environmental conservation for California produce growers
by Patrick Baur, Laura Driscoll, Sasha Gennet, Daniel Karp

July-September 2016
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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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Understanding organic potato fertilization dynamics at Intermountain REC
by Jim Downing

April-June 2016
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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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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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COMING UP in California Agriculture: Alternatives to methyl bromide: Managing replant disease with less soil fumigant
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April-June 2013
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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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Report seeks solutions for nitrate in drinking water
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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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Citrus growers vary in their adoption of biological control
by Kelly A. Grogan, Rachael E. Goodhue

January-March 2012
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Available from ANR
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January-March 2012
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Nurseries surveyed in Southern California adopt best practices for water quality
by Salvatore S. Mangiafico, Julie Newman, Maren Mochizuki, Dale Zurawski, Donald J. Merhaut, Ben Faber

January-March 2010
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2009 Index
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January-March 2010
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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
by Robin Meadows

October-December 2009
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Climate change affects us all
by Barbara Allen-Diaz

April-June 2009
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Realistic payments could encourage farmers to adopt practices that sequester carbon
by Richard E. Howitt, Rosa Català-Luque, Steven De Gryze, Santhi Wicks, Johan Six

April-June 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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Sudex cover crops can kill and stunt subsequent tomato, lettuce and broccoli transplants through allelopathy
by Charles G. Summers, Jeffrey P. Mitchell, Timothy S. Prather, James J. Stapleton

January-March 2009
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Biomass crops can be used for biological disinfestation and remediation of soils and water
by James J. Stapleton, Gary S. Bañuelos

January-March 2009
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Wine grapes go green: The Sustainable Viticulture Story
by Karen Ross, Deborah Golino

October-December 2008
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Research news: Research fuels sustainable viticulture revolution
by Robin Meadows

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

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

October-December 2008
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Vineyard floor management affects soil, plant nutrition, and grape yield and quality
by Richard Smith, Larry Bettiga, Michael Cahn, Kendra Baumgartner, Louise E. Jackson, Tiffany Bensen

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

October-December 2008
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Transition to conservation tillage evaluated in San Joaquin Valley cotton and tomato rotations
by Jeffrey P. Mitchell, Randal J. Southard, Nicholaus M. Madden, Karen M. Klonsky, Juliet B. Baker, Richard L. DeMoura, William R. Horwath, Daniel S. Munk, Jonathan F. Wroble, Kurt J. Hembree, Wesley W. Wallender

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

January-March 2008
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Post-emergence herbicides are cost effective for vineyard floor management on the Central Coast
by Laura Tourte, Richard Smith, Larry Bettiga, Tiffany Bensen, Jason Smith, Daryl Salm

January-March 2008
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Science briefs: October-December 2007
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October-December 2007
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Research seeks to adapt conservation tillage for California fields
by Robin Meadows

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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Conservation tillage and cover cropping influence soil properties in San Joaquin Valley cotton-tomato crop
by Jessica J. Veenstra, William R. Horwath, Jeffrey P. Mitchell, Daniel S. Munk

July-September 2006
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Collaboration fosters Kearney scientific achievements
by Linda Marie Manton, Frederick H Swanson, David A Grantz

April-June 2005
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Large bugs damage pistachio nuts most severely during midseason
by Kent M Daane, Glenn Y Yokota, Rodrigo Krugner, Shawn A Steffan, Paul G da Silva, Robert H Beede, Walter J Bentley, Gary B Weinberger

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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BIOS approach tested for controlling walnut pests in San Joaquin Valley
by Joseph A. Grant, Walt Bentley, Carolyn Pickel, Jeannine Groh-Lowrimore

July-September 2003
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Economic analysis clarified
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July-September 2003
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How to manage “soil quality” key question for farmers and scientists
by Garrison Sposito

April-June 2003
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Scientists, growers assess trade-offs in use of tillage, cover crops and compost
by Louise E Jackson, Irenee Ramirez, Ron Yokota, Steven A Fennimore, Steven T Koike, Diane M Henderson, William E Chaney, Karen M Klonsky

April-June 2003
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Plant species provide vital ecosystem functions for sustainable agriculture, rangeland management and restoration
by Valerie T. Eviner, F. Stuart Chapin

November-December 2001
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BIFS reports potential for chemical reductions in crops and dairy
by Janet Byron, Lyra Halprin

September-October 2001
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BIOS and conventional almond orchard management compared
by Walt J. Bentley, Lonnie Hendricks, Roger Duncan, Cressida Silvers, Lee Martin, Marcia Gibbs, Max Stevenson

September-October 2001
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New tools, methods needed to replace methyl bromide
by Janet Byron

May-June 2001
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Soil properties change in no-till tomato production
by Enrique V. Herrero, Jeffrey P. Mitchell, W. Thomas Lanini, Steven R. Temple, Eugene M. Miyao, Ronald D. Morse, Enio Campiglia

January-February 2001
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Organics profit from premiums
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July-August 2000
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Scientists study farm over century
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July-August 2000
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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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Broccoli residues can control Verticillium wilt of cauliflower
by Steven T. Koike, Krishna V. Subbarao

May-June 2000
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Mapping vineyard expansion provides information on agriculture and the environment
by Adina M. Merenlender

May-June 2000
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High-tech exec seduced by world-class olive oil
by J. Warnert

November-December 1999
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Compost offers high economic return
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November-December 1999
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Cover crops, mulch lower night temperatures in citrus
by Neil V. O'Connell, Richard L. Snyder

September-October 1999
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Organic matter recycling varies with crops grown
by Jeffrey Mitchell, Tim Hartz, Stu Pettygrove, Daniel Munk, Donald May, Frank Menezes, John Diener, Tim O'Neill

July-August 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

January-February 1999
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Success of mite-fighting tactics evaluated: In Central Valley, early-season release of Willamette mites confers resistance on wine grapes
by Richard Karban, Frank Zalom

November-December 1998
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Native gray ant has beneficial role in peach orchards
by Kent M. Daane, Jeffrey W. Dlott

November-December 1998
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Beneficial insects move from flowering plants to nearby crops
by Rachael Freeman Long, Andrew Corbett, Celia Lamb, Chris Reberg-Horton, Jeff Chandler, Michael Stimmann

September-October 1998
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Can cover crops reduce leafhopper abundance in vineyards?
by Kent M. Daane, Michael J. Costello

September-October 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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Polluted runoff impairs coastal water quality
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July-August 1997
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Four weed management systems compared: Mulch plus herbicides effectively control vineyard weeds
by Clyde L. Elmore, John Roncoroni, Layne Wade, Paul Verdegaal

March-April 1997
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Intensive land preparation emits respirable dust
by Heike Clausnitzer, Michael J. Singer

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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California Agriculture time line
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November-December 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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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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Leafhopper prefers vines with greater amounts of irrigation
by Kent M. Daane, Larry E. Williams, Glenn Y. Yokota, Shawn A. Steffan

May-June 1995
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Science briefs
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January-February 1995
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Almond growers reduce pesticide use in Merced County field trials
by Lonnie C. Hendricks

January-February 1995
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Analysis: Regional experiences in organic apple production differ
by Janet Caprile

November-December 1994
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In Contra Costa County study, insect damage limits yield, profits of organic apples
by Janet Caprile, Karen Klonsky, Nick Mills, Sandra McDougall, Warren Micke, Bob Van Steenwyk

November-December 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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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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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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Livina mulches suppress aphids in broccoli
by Michael J. Costello, Miguel A. Altieri

July-August 1994
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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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In lettuce production, winter cover crops can decrease soil nitrate, leaching potential
by Louise E. Jackson, Lisa J. Wyland, Jill A. Klein, Richard F. Smith, William E. Chaney, Steven T. Koike

September-October 1993
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Berber orchardgrass tested as cover crop in commercial vineyard
by James A. Wolpert, Phil A. Phillips, R. K. Striegler, Michael V. McKenry, John H. Foott

September-October 1993
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Sidebar: San Diego farmers put ‘sustainability’ into practice
by J. Stumbos

March-April 1993
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The small farm: It's innovative and persistent in a changing world
by Desmond A. Jolly

March-April 1993
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UC program helps small farmers reap big harvest
by John Stumbos

March-April 1993
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Cover crops lower soil surface strength, may improve soil permeability
by Olatunji A. Folorunso, Dennis E. Rolston, P Terry Prichard, Dianne T. Louie

November-December 1992
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UC develops expanded agenda to combat exotic pests
by James M. Lyons

January-February 1992
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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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Vegetation management systems in almond orchards
by Clyde L. Elmore

July-August 1989
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Management of navel orangeworm and ants
by William W. Barnett, Lonnie C. Hendricks, Wesley K. Asai, Rachel B. Elkins, Debra Boquist, Clyde L. Elmore

July-August 1989
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