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Yield in almond is related more to the abundance of flowers than the relative number of flowers that set fruit
by Sergio Tombesi, Bruce D. Lampinen, Samuel Metcalf, Theodore M. DeJong

April-June 2017
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Adina Merenlender: Building a new mode of extension for biodiversity conservation
by Jim Downing

April-June 2016
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Introducing cattle grazing to a noxious weed-dominated rangeland shifts plant communities
by Josh S. Davy, Leslie M. Roche, Alexis V. Robertson, Dennis E. Nay, Kenneth W. Tate

October-December 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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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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Sidebar: Importance of herbicide resistance in weeds of natural areas
by Joseph M. DiTomaso

October-December 2014
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Sidebar: Herbicide-resistant weeds unlikely in vegetable crops
by Steve Fennimore, Richard Smith, Michelle Le Strange

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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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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Stinkwort is rapidly expanding its range in California
by Rachel Brownsey, Guy B. Kyser, Joseph M. DiTomaso

April-June 2013
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Research and adoption of biotechnology strategies could improve California fruit and nut crops
by Victor M. Haroldsen, Gabriel Paulino, Cecilia L. Chi-Ham, Alan B. Bennett

April-June 2012
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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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Regulated deficit irrigation reduces water use of almonds without affecting yield
by William L. Stewart, Allan E. Fulton, William H. Krueger, Bruce D. Lampinen, Ken A. Shackel

April-June 2011
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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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Genetics and breeding help build a better, stronger bee
by Kathy Keatley Garvey

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

July-September 2009
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Climate change affects us all
by Barbara Allen-Diaz

April-June 2009
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New pistachio varieties show promise for California cultivation
by Craig E. Kallsen, Dan E. Parfitt, Joseph Maranto, Brent A. Holtz

January-March 2009
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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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Field trials identify more native plants suited to urban landscaping
by S. Karrie Reid, Lorence R. Oki

July-September 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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Growth stage influences level of resistance in glyphosate-resistant horseweed
by Anil Shrestha, Kurt J. Hembree, Neil Va

April-June 2007
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When crop transgenes wander in California, should we worry?
by Norman C. Ellstrand

July-September 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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Drip irrigation can effectively apply boron to San Joaquin Valley vineyards
by William L. Peacock, L. Peter Christensen

July-September 2005
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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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Lygus study validates treatment thresholds
by John Stumbos

April-June 2005
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Blueberry research launches exciting new California specialty crop
by Manuel Jimenez, Francis Carpenter, Richard H Molinar, Kathryn Wright, Kevin R Day

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

April-June 2004
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Rice is more sensitive to salinity than previously thought
by Stephen R. Grattan, Linghe Zeng, Michael C. Shannon, Stacy R. Roberts

November-December 2002
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Graft-transmissible agent causes bark necrosis and stem pitting in plum trees
by Diana B. Marini, Adib Rowhani, Jerry K. Uyemoto

May-June 2002
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World grapples with climate change
by Janet Byron

May-June 2002
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Carefully timed burning can control barb goatgrass
by Joseph M. DiTomaso, Kerry L. Heise, Guy B. Kyser, Adina M. Merenlender, Robert J. Keiffer

November-December 2001
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Australian varieties improve pasture in long-term annual legume trials
by Walter L. Graves, William A. Williams, Charles E. Vaughn, Craig D. Thomsen, Milton B. Jones

November-December 2001
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Integrated strategies offer site-specific control of yellow starthistle
by Joseph M. DiTomaso, Steven F. Enloe, Guy B. Kyser, Steve B. Orloff

November-December 2000
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Genetic engineering to improve quality, productivity and value of crops
by Abhaya M. Dandekar, Neal Gutterson

July-August 2000
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Biodiversity is critical to future health of California's ecology and economy
by Barbara Allen-Diaz

March-April 2000
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Several fungicides control powdery mildew in peppers
by Richard F. Smith, Steven T. Koike, Mike Davis, Krishna Subbarao, Frank Laemmlen

November-December 1999
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New growth regulator herbicide provides excellent control of yellow starthistle
by Joseph M. DiTomaso, Guy B. Kyser, Steve B. Orloff, Stephen F. Enloe, Glenn A. Nader

March-April 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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Geographic races may exist among perennial grasses
by Theodore E. Adams, Charles E. Vaughn, Peter B. Sands

March-April 1999
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Can integrated methods stop starthistle?
Editors

March-April 1999
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Two new seed head flies attack yellow starthistle
by Joe Balciunas, Baldo Villegas

March-April 1999
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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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Fungal pathogen controls thrips in greenhouse flowers
by Brook C. Murphy, Tunyalee A. Morisawa, Julie P. Newman, Steve A. Tjosvold, Michael P. Parrella

May-June 1998
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Scientists see spike in Africanized bee numbers
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March-April 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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Imperial Valley conditions limit Karnal bunt in wheat
by Gerald J. Holmes, Lee F. Jackson, Thomas M. Perring

May-June 1997
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Wholesale nursery surveys reveal inventory, customers and business practices
by Ursula K. Schuch, Grant J. Klein

September-October 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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Millions of generations old: Once lost, diversity of gene pools cannot be restored
by Michael T. Clegg

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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Pioneer in genetics, conservation: Q & A with Ledyard Stebbins
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November-December 1995
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Long-term survival question: Why do oaks produce boom-and-bust seed crops?
by Walter D. Koenig, Jean Knops

September-October 1995
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Vacuums provide limited Lygus control in strawberries
by Carolyn Pickel, Frank G. Zalom, Douglas B. Walsh, Norman C. Welch

March-April 1995
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Single-season drought irrigation strategies influence almond production
by David A. Goldhamer, Timothy E. Smith

January-February 1995
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Alternate-year pruning may provide temporary savings
by Stephen M. Southwick, James T. Yeager, Maxwell Norton, Joseph Osgood, Craig Weakley

November-December 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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Early irrigation cutoff has little effect on French prune production
by David A. Goldhamer, G. Steven Sibbett, Rebecca C. Phene, Donald G. Katayama

July-August 1994
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Growth regulator gives earlier harvest in artichokes
by Wayne L. Schrader

May-June 1994
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Ethephon sprays eliminate the messy, hazardous fruits of flowering pear and liquidambar
by Ed Perry, Allen Lagarbo

March-April 1994
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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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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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IPM reduces pesticide use in the nursery
by Mary Louise Flint, Steve H. Dreistadt, Ellen M. Zagory, Robin Rosetta

July-August 1993
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Crop response to sewage sludge compost: a preliminary report
by Robert F. Bevacqua, Valerie J. Mellano

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

January-February 1993
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Tobacco budworm, pest of petunias, can be managed with Bt
by Nita A. Davidson, Marvin G. Kinsey, Lester E. Ehler, Gordon W. Frankie

July-August 1992
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Normal fruit set is up; shotberries are down: Topical application of ‘Sevillano’ pollen to ‘Manzanillo’ olive proves effective
by G. Steven Sibbett, Mark W. Freeman, Louise Ferguson, Vito S. Polito

May-June 1992
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Researchers take a look at the versatile Poa annua L.: wanton weed and/or golf turf?
by Lin Wu, James A. Harding, Maurizio Borgonovo, M. Ali Harivandi

May-June 1992
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Late-season nitrogen may be efficient way to increase winter wheat protein
by Bruce A. Linquist, Ken G. Cassman, Allan E. Fulton, Lee F. Jackson

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

March-April 1992
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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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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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Over-tree sprinkling reduces abnormal shapes in ‘Bing’ sweet cherries
by Stephen M. Southwick, Kenneth A. Shackel, James T. Yeager, Wesley K. Asai, Matt Katacich

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

July-August 1991
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Environmental horticulture: “Growth” industry in California
by Dennis R. Pittenger, Victor A. Gibeault, Steve T. Cockerham

May-June 1991
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Wild oat competition in short-statured wheat
by David W. Cudney, Lowell S. Jordan, Warren E. Bendixen, Jodie Holt, A. E. Hall, Chris J. Corbett, John S. Reints

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

January-February 1991
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Sorghum seeding rates for best yields
by George F. Worker

January 1977
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Growing bougainvillea as a flowering pot plant
by W. P. Hackett, R. M. Sachs, J. Debie

August 1972
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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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Water stress during flowering of cotton
by D. W. Grimes, R. J. Miller, L. Dickens

March 1970
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Effects of Alar on almonds… delayed flowering… shorter shoots
by Kay Ryugo, D. E. Kester, Don Rough, Felix Mikuckis

January 1970
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Testing fluorine compounds for chemical mowing of turfgrass
by John H. Madison, James M. Johnson, William B. Davis, Roy M. Sachs

August 1969
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Accelerating tomato fruit maturity with Ethrel
by Shuichi Iwahori, James M. Lyons

June 1969
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