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

May 15, 2017
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Soil nitrate testing supports nitrogen management in irrigated annual crops
by Patricia A. Lazicki, Daniel Geisseler

April-June 2017
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How to study cannabis
by Jim Downing

April-June 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 7, 2017
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Wood chip denitrification bioreactors can reduce nitrate in tile drainage
by Tim Hartz, Richard Smith, Mike Cahn, Thomas Bottoms, Sebastian Castro Bustamante, Laura Tourte, Kenneth Johnson, Luke Coletti

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

July-September 2016
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The evolving fresh market berry industry in Santa Cruz and Monterey counties
by Laura Tourte, Mark Bolda, Karen Klonsky

July-September 2016
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Soil testing for P and K has value in nutrient management for annual crops
by Daniel Geisseler, Gene Miyao

July-September 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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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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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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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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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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UC COOPERATIVE EXTENSION CENTENNIAL: Irrigation of deciduous orchards and vineyards influenced by plant-soil-water relationships in individual situations
by W. J. Coats

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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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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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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OUTLOOK: Specialty crops and methyl bromide alternatives: Taking stock after 7 years
by Greg T. Browne

July-September 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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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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Clean Development Mechanism agricultural methodologies could help California to achieve AB 32 goals
by Ariel Dinar, Donald F. Larson, J. Aapris Frisbie

October-December 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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Report seeks solutions for nitrate in drinking water
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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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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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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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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Plant and microbial research seeks biofuel production from lignocellulose
by Laura E. Bartley, Pamela C. Ronald

October-December 2009
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Biofuel policy must evaluate environmental, food security and energy goals to maximize net benefits
by Steven Sexton, Deepak Rajagopal, Gal Hochman, David Zilberman, David Roland-Holst

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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Sustainable use of California biomass resources can help meet state and national bioenergy targets
by Bryan M. Jenkins, Robert B. Williams, Nathan Parker, Peter Tittmann, Quinn Hart, Martha C. Gildart, Steve Kaffka, Bruce R. Hartsough, Peter Dempster

October-December 2009
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Biofuels: Growing toward sustainability
by Bryan M. Jenkins, Chris Somerville, James J. Stapleton

October-December 2009
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Whole-farm nutrient balances are an important tool for California dairy farms
by Alejandro R. Castillo

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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Climate change affects us all
by Barbara Allen-Diaz

April-June 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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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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Pharmaceutical crops have a mixed outlook in California
by Michelle Marvier

April-June 2007
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IPM program successful in California greenhouse cut roses
by Christine Casey, Julie Newman, Karen Robb, Steven A. Tjosvold, James D. MacDonald, Michael P. Parrella

April-June 2007
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Expanded research to target E. coli outbreaks
by Jeannette Warnert

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

October-December 2006
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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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Ozone reduces crop yields and alters competition with weeds such as yellow nutsedge
by David A Grantz, Anil Shrestha

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

April-June 2005
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Labor costs may be reduced … Research yields size-controlling rootstocks for peach production
by Theodore M DeJong, R. Scott Johnson, James F Doyle, David Ramming

April-June 2005
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Mulches reduce aphid-borne viruses and whiteflies in cantaloupe
by Charles G Summers, Jeffrey P Mitchell, James J Stapleton

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

January-March 2005
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Cattle grazing has varying impacts on stream-channel erosion in oak woodlands
by Melvin R. George, Royce E. Larsen, Neil K. McDougald, Kenneth W. Tate, John D. Gerlach, Kenneth O. Fulgham

July-September 2004
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Regulatory challenges reduce opportunities for horticultural biotechnology
by Keith Redenbaugh, Alan McHughen

April-June 2004
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Access to intellectual property is a major obstacle to developing transgenic horticultural crops
by Gregory D. Graff, Brian D. Wright, Alan B. Bennett, David Zilberman

April-June 2004
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Despite benefits, commercialization of transgenic horticultural crops lags
by David Clark, Harry Klee, Abhaya Dandekar

April-June 2004
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California's growing diversity drives profound change
by W. R. Gomes

January-March 2004
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Expanded production of labor-intensive crops increases agricultural employment
by Akhtar Khan, Philip Martin, Phil Hardiman

January-March 2004
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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

January-March 2004
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Drip irrigation evaluated in Santa Maria Valley strawberries
by Blaine Hanson, Warren Bendixen

January-March 2004
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Can almond trees directly dictate their irrigation needs?
by David A. Goldhamer, Elias Fereres, Mario Salinas

October-December 2003
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Specialty crops and value-added products: a bright spot in California agriculture
by Ellie Rilla

July-September 2003
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Buried drip irrigation reduces fungal disease in pistachio orchards
by David A. Goldhamer, Themis J. Michailides, David P. Morgan

July-August 2002
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Carbon dioxide hampers nitrate incorporation by plants
Editors

May-June 2002
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Agricultural easement programs: Saving agriculture or saving the environment?
by Alvin D. Sokolow, Cathy Lemp

January-February 2002
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Hopland celebrates 50 years of rangeland research
by Robin Meadows

November-December 2001
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Genetically engineered tomato grows in salty water
Editors

September-October 2001
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One-pass tillage equipment outstrips conventional tillage method
by Shrinivasa K. Upadhyaya, Kleber P. Lancas, Abilio G. Santos-Filho, Narendra S. Raghuwanshi

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

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

July-August 2001
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July-August 2001
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New tools, methods needed to replace methyl bromide
by Janet Byron

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

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

May-June 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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Peach trees perform similarly despite different irrigation scheduling methods
by David A. Goldhamer, Mario Salinas, Merce Soler Anaya, Alfonso Moriana Elvira

January-February 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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What are the best strategies for achieving optimal nutrition?
by Carl L. Keen, Sheri Zidenberg-Cherr

September-October 2000
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Organics profit from premiums
Editors

July-August 2000
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Structural adjustment, resources, global economy to challenge California agriculture
by Warren E. Johnston, Harold O. Carter

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

July-August 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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Welfare reform shines a light on work-force development challenges
by David Campbell

January-February 2000
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Radio reaches Hmong farmers
Editors

November-December 1999
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New specialty potato varieties give farmers growing and marketing options
by Ron Voss, Herb Phillips, Kent Brittan, Harry Carlson, Nancy Garrison, Mark Gaskell, Manuel Jimenez, Don Kirby, Richard Molinar, Joe Nunez, Richard Smith, Jesus Valencia, Garth Veerkamp

November-December 1999
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Stories of success and struggle: California's small farms
by Jeannette Warnert, Susan McCue

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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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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Saline water can be reused to irrigate sugarbeets, but sugar may be low
by Stephen Kaffka, Dong Daxue, Gary Peterson

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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Subsurface drainage systems have little impact on water tables, salinity of clay soils
by Mark E. Grismer, Khaled M. Bali

September-October 1998
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North Bay leads Central Valley in protecting farmland
by Alvin D. Sokolow

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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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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Earlier irrigation cutoff for sugarbeets conserves water
by Stephen R. Kaffka, Gary R. Peterson, Don Kirby

January-February 1998
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Computer model improves real-time management of water quality
by Nigel W.T. Quinn, Leslie F. Grober, Jo-Anne Kipps, Carl W. Chen, Earle Cummings

September-October 1997
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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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Continuous ponding and shallow aquifer pumping leaches salts in clay soils
by Mark E. Grismer, Khaled M. Bali

May-June 1997
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Sheep grazing effectively controls weeds in seedling alfalfa
by Carl E. Bell, Juan N. Guerrero

March-April 1997
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New whitefly-transmitted closterovirus identified in tomatoes
by Gail C. Wisler, James E. Duffus, Hsing-Yeh Liu, Ruhui Li, Bryce W. Falk

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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California Agriculture time line
Editors

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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Deep plowing exacerbates lettuce drop in Salinas Valley
by Krishna V. Subbarao, Steven T. Koike, Judith C. Hubbard

September-October 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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How economic incentives for growers can benefit biological diversity
by Richard E. Howitt

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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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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Drip irrigation controls soil salinity under row crops
by Blaine R. Hanson, Warren E. Bendixen

July-August 1995
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March was the cruelest month
Editors

May-June 1995
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Vertical drainage may improve soil salinity and moisture
by Abdul Karim Yusufzai, Mark E. Grismer

March-April 1995
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Invasion of California by exotic pests
by Robert L. Metcalf

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

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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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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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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Farmers increase hiring through labor contractors
by Philip L. Martin, Gregory P. Miller

July-August 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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Conflict within irrigation districts may limit water transfer gains
by Michael D. Rosen

November-December 1992
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Deterring compaction of soil by heavy machinery
by S. K. Upadhyaya

July-August 1992
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How Africanized honey bees will affect California agriculture
by Robert E. Page

January-February 1992
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Farmworker injury and illness: statistical guides to prevention
by Stephen R. Sutter

November-December 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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Implementing CIMIS at the farm level: a grower's experience in walnuts
by Allan E. Fulton, Robert H. Beede, Rebecca C. Phene

September-October 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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Analysis: Demonstration projects compared
by Richard B. Smith, J. D. Oster

March-April 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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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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Controlling Russian wheat aphid in California
by Vernon M. Stern, Steve B. Orloff

January-February 1991
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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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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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Wine grape establishment and production in southern California
by Etaferahu Takele

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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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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Water quality and subsurface soil variabilities affect infiItration
by Jan W. Hopmans, Jim MacIntyre, Randal J. Southard

May-June 1990
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Use of long-range weather forecasts in crop predictions
by Bryan G. Weare

March-April 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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Improving orchard soil structure and water penetration
by Daniel C. Moore, Michael J. Singer, William H. Olson

September-October 1989
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Projections of California crop production to 1985
by Gordon A. King, Harold O. Carter, Daniel J. Dudek

January 1978
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Post-harvest codling moth infestion on pears—a potential threat for next year's crop
by Helmut Riedl, James E. DeTar

November 1977
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Club root control in brussels sprouts using lime for pH adjustment
by N. Welch, A. S. Greathead, J. Inman, J. Quick

April 1976
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Nitrate concentrations in the unsaturated zone beneath some selected row-crop fields
by D. C. Adriano, P. F. Pratt, F. H. Takatori, K. M. Holtzclaw, J. B. Johanson

February 1972
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