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Three new Phytophthora detection methods, including training dogs to sniff out the pathogen, prove reliable
by Tedmund J. Swiecki, Matt Quinn, Laura Sims, Elizabeth Bernhardt, Lauralea Oliver, Tina Popenuck, Matteo Garbelotto

October-December 2018
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Coordinated response to inadvertent introduction of pathogens to California restoration areas
by Susan J. Frankel, Janice M. Alexander, Diana Benner, Alisa Shor

October-December 2018
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Soil- and waterborne Phytophthora species linked to recent outbreaks in Northern California restoration sites
by Matteo Garbelotto, Susan J. Frankel, Bruno Scanu

October-December 2018
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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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Phytophthora ramorum can survive introduction into finished compost
by Steven Swain, Matteo Garbelotto

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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UC and the state of California team up against invasive species
by Elizabeth E. Grafton-Cardwell, Annette Jones, Nick Condos

October-December 2014
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EXCLUDING PESTS AND PATHOGENS: Plant health: How diagnostic networks and interagency partnerships protect plant systems from pests and pathogens
by Richard M. Bostock, Carla S. Thomas, Richard W. Hoenisch, Deborah A. Golino, Georgios Vidalakis

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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Sidebar: Coordinated response to PD involves growers, scientists and government
by George Bruening, Bruce C. Kirkpatrick, Thomas Esser, Robert K. Webster

October-December 2014
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Pierce's disease costs California $104 million per year
by Kabir P. Tumber, Julian M. Alston, Kate B. Fuller

January-June 2014
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Totally impermeable film (TIF) reduces emissions in perennial crop fumigation
by Suduan Gao, Bradley D. Hanson, Ruijun Qin, Jose Cabrera, James S. Gerik, Dong Wang, Greg T. Browne

October-December 2013
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Researchers develop alternatives to methyl bromide fumigation
by Robin Meadows

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

July-September 2013
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Radio-frequency identification could help reduce the spread of plant pathogens
by Andrea Luvisi, Alessandra Panattoni, Enrico Triolo

July-September 2012
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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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New Zealand lessons may aid efforts to control light brown apple moth in California
by Lucia G. Varela, James T.S. Walker, Peter L. Lo, David J. Rogers

January-March 2010
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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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Leafroll disease is spreading rapidly in a Napa Valley vineyard
by Deborah A. Golino, Ed Weber, Susan Sim, Adib Rowhani

October-December 2008
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Vineyard managers and researchers seek sustainable solutions for mealybugs, a changing pest complex
by Kent M. Daane, Monica L. Cooper, Serguei V. Triapitsyn, Vaughn M. Walton, Glenn Y. Yokota, David R. Haviland, Walt J. Bentley, Kris E. Godfrey, Lynn R. Wunderlich

October-December 2008
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Plans to control light brown apple moth stir controversy
by Kathy Keatley Garvey

April-June 2008
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Light brown apple moth's arrival in California worries commodity groups
by Lucia G. Varela, Marshall W. Johnson, Larry Strand, Cheryl A. Wilen, Carolyn Pickel

April-June 2008
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Methyl bromide alternatives evaluated for California strawberry nurseries
by Steven A. Fennimore, John M. Duniway, Greg T. Browne, Frank N. Martin, Husein A. Ajwa, Becky B. Westerdahl, Rachael E. Goodhue, Milton Haar, Christopher Winterbottom

April-June 2008
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New controls investigated for vine mealybug
by Kent M. Daane, Walter J. Bentley, Vaughn M. Walton, Raksha Malakar-Kuenen, Jocelyn G. Millar, Chuck A. Ingels, Ed A. Weber, Carmen Gispert

January-March 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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Insecticide treatments disinfest nursery citrus of glassy-winged sharpshooter
by Elizabeth E. Grafton-Cardwell, Christopher A. Reagan, Yuling Ouyang

October-December 2003
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California mealybugs can spread grapevine leafroll disease
by Deborah A. Golino, Susan T. Sim, Raymond Gill, Adib Rowhani

November-December 2002
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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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Insecticides sought to control adult glassy-winged sharpshooter
by David H. Akey, Thomas J. Henneberry, Nick C. Toscano

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

July-August 2001
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Solarization and biofumigation help disinfest soil
by James J. Stapleton, Clyde L. Elmore, James E. DeVay

November-December 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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Sharpshooter on the move
Editors

May-June 2000
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A new sharpshooter threatens both crops and ornamentals
by Matthew J. Blua, Phil A. Phillips, Richard A. Redak

March-April 1999
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DustBusters reduce pollution, wind erosion: Though difficult to achieve, revegetation is best way to stabilize soil
by David A. Grantz, David L. Vaughn, Robert J. Farber, Bong Kim, Tony VanCuren, Rich Campbell, David Bainbridge, Tom Zink

July-August 1998
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Weed control improves survival of transplanted blue oak
by Theodore E. Adams, Peter B. Sands, William B. McHenry

September-October 1997
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Oaks grown from nursery stock have better survival rate
by Theodore E. Adams, Peter B. Sands, Marion E. Stanley

January-February 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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Ozone air pollution increases spray oil phytotoxicity
by William A. Retzlaff, William W. Barnett, Larry E. Williams, Theodore M. DeJong

March-April 1996
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Planted blue oaks may need help to survive in Southern Sierras
by Theodore E. Adams, Neil K. McDougald

September-October 1995
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Urbanization crowds out oaks
Editors

September-October 1995
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Parasitoid shows potential for biocontrol of eugenia psyllid
by Donald L. Dahlsten, Donald M. Kent, David L. Rowney, William A. Copper, Terri E. Young, Richard L. Tassan

July-August 1995
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Soil fumigants provide multiple benefits; alternatives give mixed results
by M. McKenry, T. Buzo, J. Kretsch, S. Kaku, E. Otomo, R. Ashcroft, A. Lange, K. Kelley

May-June 1994
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Gophers love oak — to death
by Theodore E. Adams, William H. Weitkamp

September-October 1992
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Imported fire ants: potential risk to California
by Vernard R. Lewis, Laura D. Merrill, Thomas H. Atkinson, Joanne S. Wasbauer

January-February 1992
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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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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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