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Tina Saitone: Understanding the beef market, and whether sheepdogs are earning their keep
by Jim Downing

October-December 2016
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Laura Snell: Studying the wild horses of northeastern California
by Jim Downing

October-December 2016
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Diagnostics in animal health: How UC helps exclude and minimize impact of livestock pathogens
by John M. Adaska, Edward R. Atwill, Glenn A. Nader

October-December 2014
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Yellow starthistle continues its spread in California
by Michael J. Pitcairn, Steve Schoenig, Rosie Yacoub, John Gendron

April-June 2006
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Orchard-system configurations increase efficiency, improve profits in peaches and nectarines
by Kevin R Day, Theodore M DeJong, R. Scott Johnson

April-June 2005
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West Nile virus spreads
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July-September 2004
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UC researchers evaluating genetically engineered alfalfa
by Jeannette Warnert

April-June 2004
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Science briefs: April-June 2003
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April-June 2003
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Eradication costs calculated: Red imported fire ants threaten agriculture, wildlife and homes
by Karen M. Jetter, Jay Hamilton, John H. Klotz

January-February 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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Research on animal-borne parasites and pathogens helps prevent human disease
by Robert S. Lane, John R. Anderson

November-December 2001
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Methane generators turn agricultural waste into energy
by John Stumbos

September-October 2001
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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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Q&A: Developing nations key to solving global food, resource problems
by Alex McCalla

July-August 2000
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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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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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Growth reflects society's changing views of animals
by Lynn Narlesky

September-October 1998
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Veterinary medicine: Mandates and missions for the 21st century
by Bennie Osburn

September-October 1998
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Perspective: Statewide farmland protection is fragmented, limited
by Steve Sanders

May-June 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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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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Sidebar: Giardia also threatens drinking water supplies
by Tim Stephens

March-April 1997
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Research and reason can minimize foodborne and waterborne illnesses
by Dean O. Cliver, Edward R. Atwill

March-April 1997
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California Agriculture time line
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November-December 1996
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Displaced by agriculture, urban growth: California wildlife faces uncertain future
by Thomas E. Kucera, Reginald H. Barrett

November-December 1995
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In California: ‘Agrobiodiversity’ key to agricultural productivity
by Calvin O. Qualset, Patrick E. McGuire, Marilyn L. Warburton

November-December 1995
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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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On the California border, exotic pests pose growing problem for California
by Robert V. Dowell, Conrad J. Krass

January-February 1992
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Seasonal activity of two human-biting ticks
by Robert S. Lane

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 activity on California dairies
by Bradley A. Mullens, Jeffery A. Meyer, Shirl E. Bishop, Thomas A. Shultz

May-June 1988
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Influence of variety and cutting stage on oat hay yields
by C. A. Schoner, T. E. Kearney, J. D. Prato

May 1976
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Eyeworms and face flies in California
by C. J. Weinmann, J. R. Anderson, P. Rubtzoff, G. Connolly, W. M. Longhurst

November 1974
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Breeding of mares: Management and accurate records may increase percentage of live foals
by Perry T. Cupps

May 1949
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Horses: Stomach worms controlled
by C. E. Howell

March 1949
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