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First known survey of cannabis production practices in California
by Houston Wilson, Hekia Bodwitch, Jennifer Carah, Kent Daane, Christy Getz, Theodore E. Grantham, Van Butsic

July-December 2019
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Virus surveys of commercial vineyards show value of planting certified vines
by Kari L. Arnold, Neil McRoberts, Monica L. Cooper, Rhonda Smith, Deborah A. Golino

April-June 2019
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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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Proactive biological control: A cost-effective management option for invasive pests
by Mark S. Hoddle, John Steggall, Kevi Mace

July-September 2018
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Desert REC: Educational outreach and crop breeding
by Jim Downing

October-December 2017
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Modeling identifies optimal fall planting times and irrigation requirements for canola and camelina at locations across California
by Nicholas George, Lucia Levers, Sally Thompson, Joy Hollingsworth, Stephen Kaffka

October-December 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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The UC Global Food Initiative
by Jim Downing

July-September 2017
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Biocontrol program targets Asian citrus psyllid in California's urban areas
by Ivan Milosavljević, Kelsey Schall, Christina Hoddle, Mark Hoddle, David Morgan

July-September 2017
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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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Apps for Ag winner launches community-building app in Davis
by Hazel White

April-June 2017
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Sierra Foothill REC: Quantifying IPM benefits in rangeland systems
by Jim Downing

October-December 2016
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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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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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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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Understanding organic potato fertilization dynamics at Intermountain REC
by Jim Downing

April-June 2016
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Low-input, low-cost IPM program helps manage potato psyllid
by Sean M. Prager, Gregory Kund, John Trumble

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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Phenology of spotted wing drosophila in the San Joaquin Valley varies by season, crop and nearby vegetation
by David R. Haviland, Janet L. Caprile, Stephanie M. Rill, Kelly A. Hamby, Joseph A. Grant

January-March 2016
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Sustaining the promise of the land-grant university system
by Barbara Allen-Diaz

April-June 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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2014 index
Editors

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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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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MAINTAINING LONG-TERM MANAGEMENT: Over 35 years, integrated pest management has reduced pest risks and pesticide use
by Peter B. Goodell, Frank G. Zalom, Joyce F. Strand, Cheryl A. Wilen, Karey Windbiel-Rojas

October-December 2014
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2013 index
Editors

January-June 2014
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AVAILABLE from ANR: Grape Pest Management
Editors

January-June 2014
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Survey of rice storage facilities identifies research and education needs
by Luis A. Espino, Chris A. Greer, Randall G. Mutters, James F. Thompson

January-June 2014
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Rebuilding for the next 100 years
by Barbara H. Allen-Diaz

January-June 2014
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California milestones
by Rose Hayden-Smith, Rachel Surls, Marissa Palin Stein

January-June 2014
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UC Cooperative Extension helps farming sprout in the city
by Robin Meadows

October-December 2013
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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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TIF film, substrates and nonfumigant soil disinfestation maintain fruit yields
by Steven A. Fennimore, Raquel Serohijos, Jayesh B. Samtani, Husein A. Ajwa, Krishna V. Subbarao, Frank N. Martin, Oleg Daugovish, Dan Legard, Greg T. Browne, Joji Muramoto, Carol Shennan, Karen Klonsky

July-September 2013
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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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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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Researchers combat resurgence of bed bug in behavioral studies and monitor trials
by Vernard R. Lewis, Sara E. Moore, Robin L. Tabuchi, Andrew M. Sutherland, Dong-Hwan Choe, Neil D. Tsutsui

July-September 2013
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AVAILABLE from ANR: Organic Strawberry Production Manual and Prune Production Manual
Editors

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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AVAILABLE from ANR: Newly Revised IPM Manuals
Editors

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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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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2012 index
Editors

January-March 2013
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AVAILABLE from ANR: Protecting Citrus
Editors

October-December 2012
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Asian citrus psyllid and huanglongbing disease threaten California citrus
by Jeannette Warnert

October-December 2012
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First phase of Hilgardia Project under way
by Janet White

July-September 2012
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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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Citrus growers vary in their adoption of biological control
by Kelly A. Grogan, Rachael E. Goodhue

January-March 2012
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Letters
by Editor

January-March 2012
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Available from ANR
Editors

October-December 2011
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“Smart” sprayer technology provides environmental and economic benefits in California orchards
by Durham K. Giles, Parry Klassen, Franz J. A. Niederholzer, Daniel Downey

April-June 2011
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Understanding the seasonal and reproductive biology of olive fruit fly is critical to its management
by Hannah J. Burrack, Ray Bingham, Richard Price, Joseph H. Connell, Phil A. Phillips, Lynn Wunderlich, Paul M. Vossen, Neil V. O'Connell, Louise Ferguson, Frank G. Zalom

January-March 2011
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Biological controls investigated to aid management of olive fruit fly in California
by Kent M. Daane, Marshall W. Johnson, Charles H. Pickett, Karen R. Sime, Xin-Geng Wang, Hannah Nadel, John W. Andrews Jr., Kim A. Hoelmer

January-March 2011
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High temperature affects olive fruit fly populations in California's Central Valley
by Marshall W. Johnson, Xin-Geng Wang, Hannah Nadel, Susan B. Opp, Kris Lynn-Patterson, Judy Stewart-Leslie, Kent M. Daane

January-March 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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UC Cooperative Extension sensory analysis panel enhances the quality of California olive oil
by Paul M. Vossen, Alexandra Kicenik Devarenne

January-March 2011
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2010 Index
Editors

January-March 2011
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Available from ANR Communication Services
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October-December 2010
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Letters: April-June 2010
From our readers

April-June 2010
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A quarter century of oak woodland research in the Sierra foothills supports oak restoration
by Douglas D. McCreary

April-June 2010
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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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Sixty-three years of California Agriculture now online
by Janet White

July-September 2009
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As carbon dioxide rises, food quality will decline without careful nitrogen management
by Arnold J. Bloom

April-June 2009
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Climate change will exacerbate California's insect pest problems
by John T. Trumble, Casey D. Butler

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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Research fuels sustainable viticulture revolution
by Robin Meadows

October-December 2008
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Nest boxes can attract wildlife to vineyards
by Janet Byron

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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Innovative outreach increases adoption of sustainable winegrowing practices in Lodi region
by Cliff Ohmart

October-December 2008
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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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Botryosphaeria-related dieback and control investigated in noncoastal California grapevines
by Lynn Epstein, Kaur Sukhwinder, Jean S. VanderGheynst

October-December 2008
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Wine grapes go green: The Sustainable Viticulture Story
by Karen Ross, Deborah Golino

October-December 2008
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Liquid baits control Argentine ants sustainably in coastal vineyards
by Monica L. Cooper, Kent M. Daane, Erik H. Nelson, Lucia G. Varela, Mark C. Battany, Neil D. Tsutsui, Michael K. Rust

October-December 2008
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Pheromone-based pest management can be cost-effective for walnut growers
by Kimberly P. Steinmann, Minghua Zhang, Joseph A. Grant, Carolyn Pickel, Rachael E. Goodhue

July-September 2008
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Solutions sought to protect valuable blueberries from citrus thrips
by Stephanie Klunk, Brenda Dawson

July-September 2008
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Letters
From our readers

July-September 2008
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UC agriculture programs: Investing in California's future
by Robert C. Dynes

April-June 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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Bait formulations and longevity of navel orangeworm egg traps tested
by L.P.S. (Bas) Kuenen, Walt Bentley, Heather C. Rowe, Brian Ribeiro

January-March 2008
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Science briefs: October-December 2007
Editors

October-December 2007
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California farmers adapt mandated marketing programs to the 21st century
by Hoy Carman

October-December 2007
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UC Davis institute focuses on sustainability
by Lyra Halprin

July-September 2007
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Local diffusion networks act as pathways to sustainable agriculture in the Sacramento River Valley
by Mark Lubell, Allan Fulton

July-September 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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California cotton growers utilize integrated pest management
by Sonja B. Brodt, Peter B. Goodell, Rose L. Krebill-Prather, Ron N. Vargas

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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Letters
From our readers

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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Public school districts learning to reduce pesticide risks to children
by Stumbos John

October-December 2005
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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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Healthy Schools Act spurs integrated pest management in California public schools
by Chris A. Geiger, Dennis H. Tootelian

October-December 2005
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Almond growers rely on pest control advisers for integrated pest management
by Sonja Brodt, Frank Zalom, Rose Krebill-Prather, Walt Bentley, Carolyn Pickel, Joseph Connell, Larry Wilhoit, Marcia Gibbs

October-December 2005
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Soil sterilization and organic carbon, but not microbial inoculants, change microbial communities in replanted peach orchards
by Rebecca E. Drenovsky, Roger A. Duncan, Kate M. Scow

July-September 2005
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Early harvest delays berry skin browning of ‘Princess’ table grapes
by Pablo M Vial, Carlos H Crisosto, Gayle M Crisosto

April-June 2005
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Reduced-risk fungicides help manage brown rot and other fungal diseases of stone fruit
by James E Adaskaveg, Helga Förster, W. Doug Gubler, Beth L Teviotdale, David F Thompson

April-June 2005
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Weighing lysimeters aid study of water relations in tree and vine crops
by R. Scott Johnson, Larry E Williams, James E Ayars, Tom J Trout

April-June 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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Collaboration fosters Kearney scientific achievements
by David A Grantz, Linda Marie Manton, Frederick H Swanson

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

April-June 2005
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UC nematologists battle tiny underground pests
by Jeannette Warnert

April-June 2005
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Methyl bromide alternatives … Soil solarization provides weed control for limited-resource and organic growers in warmer climates
by James J Stapleton, Richard H Molinar, Kris Lynn-Patterson, Stuart K McFeeters, Anil Shrestha

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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Managing resistance is critical to future use of pyrethroids and neonicotinoids
by Frank G. Zalom, Nick C. Toscano, Frank J. Byrne

January-March 2005
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Pheromone mating disruption offers selective management options for key pests
by Stephen C. Welter, Carolyn Pickel, Jocelyn Millar, Frances Cave, Robert A. Van Steenwyk, John Dunley

January-March 2005
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Environmental laws elicit evolution in pest management
by Robert Van Steenwyk, Frank G. Zalom

January-March 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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Various novel insecticides are less toxic to humans, more specific to key pests
by Elizabeth E Grafton-Cardwell, Larry D Godfrey, William E Chaney, Walter J Bentley

January-March 2005
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Microorganisms and their byproducts, nematodes, oils and particle films have important agricultural uses
by Larry D Godfrey, Elizabeth E Grafton-Cardwell, Harry K Kaya, William E Chaney

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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ANR Looks to the Future
by W. R. Gomes

October-December 2004
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Low-toxicity baits control ants in citrus orchards and grape vineyards
by Kris E. Tollerup, Michael K. Rust, Keith W. Dorschner, Phil A. Phillips, John H. Klotz

October-December 2004
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Sidebar: Consumers purchase Bt sweet corn
by J.S. James

April-June 2004
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Sidebar: IR-4 Project targets specialty crops
by Robert E. Holm, Daniel Kunkel

April-June 2004
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Sidebar: Biotechnology expands pest-management options for horticulture
by Leonard Gianessi

April-June 2004
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Consumer knowledge and acceptance of agricultural biotechnology vary
by Jennifer S. James

April-June 2004
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California Agriculture readers diverse, well-educated
by Janet White

October-December 2003
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Olive fruit fly populations measured in Central and Southern California
by Richard E. Rice, Phil A. Phillips, Judy Stewart-Leslie, G. Steven Sibbett

October-December 2003
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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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Prospects for integrated control of olive fruit fly are promising in California
by Timothy R Collier, Robert A Van Steenwyk

January-March 2003
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Promising treatment, control options for sudden oak death
by Janet Byron

January-March 2003
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Research budget cuts challenge ANR
by W.R. Gomes

November-December 2002
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UC offers online course for grape pest advisors
Editors

November-December 2002
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Sun setting on water quality exemptions
by Jeannette Warnert

September-October 2002
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Survey quantifies cost of organic milk production in California
by Leslie J. Butler

September-October 2002
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Pheromones control oriental fruit moth and peach twig borer in cling peaches
by Carolyn Pickel, Janine Hasey, Walt Bentley, William H. Olson, Joe Grant

September-October 2002
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Master Gardeners on page and screen
Editors

July-August 2002
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Lessons flow from Klamath Basin water crisis
by Janet Byron

July-August 2002
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Avocado thrips: New challenge for growers
by Mark S. Hoddle, Joseph G. Morse, Phil A. Phillips, Ben A. Faber, Karen M. Jetier

May-June 2002
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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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Armored scale insecticide resistance challenges San Joaquin Valley citrus growers
by Elizabeth Grafton-Cardwell, Yuling Ouyang, Rebecka Striggow, Stacy Vehrs

September-October 2001
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Egg-laying and brochosome production observed in glassy-winged sharpshooter
by Raymond L. Hix

July-August 2001
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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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Letters
From our readers

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

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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Sampling program for grape mealybugs improves pest management
by Chris A. Geiger, Kent M. Daane, Walter J. Bentley, Glenn Y. Yokota, Lee A. Martin

May-June 2001
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Letters
From our readers

May-June 2001
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Partnerships key to sustainable agriculture
by Janet Byron

May-June 2001
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New pest management center based at UC Davis
by Janet Byron

January-February 2001
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Almond and stone fruit growers reduce OP, increase pyrethroid use in dormant sprays
by Lynn Epstein, Susan Bassein, Frank G. Zalom

November-December 2000
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Building the IPM continuum
by Frank G. Zalom

November-December 2000
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Mass releases of wasps can reduce damage from codling moth
by Nick Mills, Carolyn Pickel, Sarah Mansfield, Sandra McDougall, Rick Buchner, Janet Caprile, John Edstrom, Rachel Elkins, Janine Hasey, Kathy Kelley, Bill Krueger, Bill Olson, Russ Stocker

November-December 2000
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Cotton aphid emerges as major pest in SJV cotton
by Larry D. Godfrey, Jay A. Rosenheim, Peter B. Goodell

November-December 2000
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UC IPM: 20 years of progress
Editors

November-December 2000
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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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Algal-bacterial treatment facility removes selenium from drainage water
by Nigel W.T. Quinn, Terrance Leighton, Tryg J. Lundquist, F. Bailey Green, Max A. Zárate, William J. Oswald

November-December 2000
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IPM leads overhaul of PCA licensing exams
by Janet Byron

November-December 2000
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UC scientists apply IPM techniques to new eucalyptus pests
by Timothy D. Paine, Donald L. Dahlsten, Jocelyn G. Millar, Mark S. Hoddle, Lawrence M. Hanks

November-December 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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Publicly funded weather database benefits users statewide
by Doug Parker, Daniel R. Cohen-Vogel, Daniel E. Osgood, David Zilberman

May-June 2000
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How will the Central Valley economy grow?
by Ted K. Bradshaw

January-February 2000
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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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California-Catalonia connection enriches research
by Henry J. Vaux

July-August 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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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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Potpourri: New strategies, funding, partnerships
by W.R. Gomes

July-August 1998
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Verticillium survives heat in Mojave Desert alfalfa
by Donald C. Erwin, Amy B. Howell

July-August 1998
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Pest management record-keeping duties shift with computerization
by Mary Louise Flint, Eileen Cullen, Eric Zilbert, Frank G. Zalom, Gene Miyao, Richard Coviello

July-August 1998
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Science briefs
Editors

July-August 1998
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Steering a course to farmland protection
by Alvin Sokolow

May-June 1998
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IPM helps control elm leaf beetle
by Donald L. Dahlsten, David L. Rowney, Andrew B. Lawson

March-April 1998
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New facilities to foster solutions for exotic pests
by W.R. Gomes

March-April 1998
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Persistent silverleaf whitefly exploits desert crop systems
by Nick C. Toscano, Steve J. Castle, Thomas J. Henneberry, Nilima Prabhaker Castle

March-April 1998
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A better tick-control trap: Modified bait tube controls disease-carrying ticks and fleas
by Robert S. Lane, Leslie E. Casher, Chindi A. Peavey, Joseph Piesman

March-April 1998
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Introduction: Exotic pests
Editors

March-April 1998
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Times and programs change, but Division carries on tradition of public service
by W.R. Gomes

January-February 1998
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Biological control of the blue gum psyllid proves economically beneficial
by Donald L. Dahlsten, Evan P. Hansen, Robert L. Zuparko, Richard B. Norgaard

January-February 1998
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Bats can pack a punch in pest control
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January-February 1998
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Science Briefs
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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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Apple russetting influenced by more than copper sprays
by Beth L. Teviotdale, Mario Viveros, Joseph A. Grant

January-February 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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Q & A: Harry Agamalian, Monterey County farm advisor
by Jeannette Warnert

November-December 1996
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Q & A: Jack Dibble, Entomologist
by Jeannette Warnert

November-December 1996
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Letter
by Kimberly A. Crum, Karen Watts

November-December 1996
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Vintage facilities need creative funding
by W.R. Gomes

September-October 1996
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New technology delivers in new ways
by W.R. Gomes

May-June 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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Californians love, and hate, eucalyptus
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May-June 1996
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UC can build on land-grant idea
by Richard C. Atkinson

March-April 1996
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Silverleaf whiteflies show no increase in insecticide resistance
by Steve Castle, Tom Henneberry, Nick Toscano, Nilima Prabhaker, Steve Birdsall, Dick Weddle

January-February 1996
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Sidebar: Nation's richest insect diversity in California
by Greg Ballmer

November-December 1995
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Conjunctive use of farmland adds value: Winter flooding of ricelands provides waterfowl habitat
by Sylvie M. Brouder, James E. Hill

November-December 1995
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Society responds to contamination: Changes in pest control practices reduce toll on wildlife
by Daniel W. Anderson

November-December 1995
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Competitive grants: Wave of the future?
by Henry J. Vaux

September-October 1995
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Leaf removal improves fungicide control of powdery mildew in SJV grapes
by James J. Stapleton, George M. Leavitt, Paul S. Verdegaal

September-October 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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Electrostatic sprayers improve pesticide efficacy in greenhouses
by John Kabashima, D. Ken Giles, Michael P. Parrella

July-August 1995
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Medfly problem simmers
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July-August 1995
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If medfly infestation triggered a trade ban: Embargo on California produce would cause revenue, job loss
by Jerome B. Siebert, Todd Cooper

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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Minimizing the hazards of dormant sprays to wildlife
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May-June 1995
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Integrated citrus thrips control reduces secondary pests
by Beth Grafton-Cardwell, Ashley Eller, Neil O'Connell

March-April 1995
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Science Briefs
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March-April 1995
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Lady beetle release controls aphids on potted plants
by Mary Louise Flint, Steve H. Dreistadt, Jill Rentner, Michael P. Parrella

March-April 1995
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Coalition promotes sustainable practices
by Dave Campbell

January-February 1995
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Science briefs
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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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Disease, insect pressures make organic production risky in Sonoma County
by Paul Vossen, Desrnond Jolly, Roland Meyer, Lucia Varela, Sue Blodgett

November-December 1994
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In Santa Cruz County, Granny Smith conversions to organic show early success
by Sean L. Swezey, Jim Rider, Matthew R. Werner, Marc Buchanan, Jan Allison, Stephen R. Gliessman

November-December 1994
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In the San Joaquin Valley, mating disruption of codling moth has mixed results
by Walter J. Bentley, Lewis B. Sherrill, Allison Mclaughlin

November-December 1994
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Science Brief
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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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Farming in transition – Editor's note
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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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Cancelling methyl bromide for postharvest use to trigger mixed economic results
by Cherisa Yarkin, David Sunding, David Zilberman, Jerry Siebert

May-June 1994
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Pesticides: Risk, regulation and research
by Frank G. Zalom

May-June 1994
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After methyl bromide: No easy answers
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May-June 1994
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Pest management alternatives needed: Delaney Clause ruling may trigger pesticide cancellations
by Michael W. Stirnrnanri, Rick Melnicoe

January-February 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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Agricultural, environmental issues need interdisciplinary approach
by Barbara Schneeman

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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Why lacewings may fail to suppress aphids … Predators that eat other predators disrupt cotton aphid control
by Jay A. Rosenheim, Lawrence R. Wilhoit

September-October 1993
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Growing a world class institution
by Ann Foley Scheuring

July-August 1993
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Feats of UC science that changed daily life
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July-August 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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Codling moth, navel orangeworm studies show knowing location of pests in walnuts should help disrupt mating, egg laying
by G. Steven Sibbett, Donald L. Flaherty, Kathleen M. Kelley, Richard E. Rice, John E. Dibble

May-June 1993
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Popularity has spawned diversity - and rules - at certified farmers' markets
by Kathleen Peck, Ronald E. Voss, James I. Grieshop, Joan Wright, Martha Stiles

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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Laboratory-selected California red scale parasite is resistant to Sevin
by Kevin M. Spollen, Marjorie A. Hoy

January-February 1993
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Integrated resource management: new coalitions, familiar clientele
by Kenneth R. Farrell

January-February 1993
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Evidence for a new species of whitefly: UCR findings and implications
by Thomas M. Perring, Charles A. Farrar, Tom S. Bellows, Arthur D. Cooper, Russell J. Rodriguez

January-February 1993
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Food safety: a matter of fact
by John E. Kinsella

September-October 1992
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A study asks: Are California's farmers headed toward sustainable agriculture?
by James I. Grieshop, Arnaz K. Raj

March-April 1992
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Exotic pest research well worth the price
by Kenneth R. Farrell

January-February 1992
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Biological control of ash whitefly: a success in progress
by Tom S. Bellows, Timothy D. Paine, Juli R. Gould, Larry G. Bezark, Joe C. Ball, Walt Bentley, Richard Coviello, Jim Downer, Pam Elam, Don Flaherty, Patty Gouveia, Carl Koehler, Richard Molinar, Neil O'Connell, Ed Perry, Greg Vogel

January-February 1992
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UC develops expanded agenda to combat exotic pests
by James M. Lyons

January-February 1992
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Leaf removal in wine grapes: a case study in extending research to the field
by Robert A. Pence, James I. Grieshop

November-December 1991
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Genetic improvement of beneficial insect…: Guthion-resistant parasite ready for implementation in walnuts
by Marjorie A. Hoy, Frances E. Cave, Michael A. Caprio

September-October 1991
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Pest management: the search for alternatives
by Kenneth R. Farrell

July-August 1991
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Pesticides and your food: How safe is “safe”?
by Gary A. Beall, Christine M. Bruhn, Arthur L. Craigmill, Carl K. Winter

July-August 1991
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To control mealybugs, stop honeydew-seeking ants
by Phil A. Phillips, Cindy J. Sherk

March-April 1991
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Vaccinating grapevines against spider mites
by Richard Karban, Gregory English-Loeb, Paul Verdegaal

January-February 1991
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Aphid problems increase on ornamentals
by Stacy L. Vehrs, Michael P. Parrella

January-February 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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Chemical control of amorbia, an insect pest of avocado and citrus
by J. Blair Bailey, Kirk N. Olsen

November-December 1990
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The 1990 Farm Bill sets new courses for agriculture
by Kenneth R. Farrell

November-December 1990
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Citrus skirt pruning – a management technique for Phytophthora brown rot
by Phil A. Phillips, Neil V. O'Connell, John A. Menge

November-December 1990
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Supplemental chemical control for omnivorous looper on avocados
by J. Blair Bailey, Kirk N. Olsen

November-December 1990
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IPM: Monitoring tomato fruitworm eggs in processing tomatoes
by Frank G. Zalom, Craig V. Weakley, Michael P. Hoffmann, L. T. Wilson, James I. Grieshop, Gene Miyao

September-October 1990
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IPM: Leaf removal for pest management in wine grapes
by James J. Stapleton, William W. Barnett, James J. Marois, W. Douglas Gubler

September-October 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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IPM: California's almond IPM program
by Karen Klonsky, Frank Zalom, Bill Barnett

September-October 1990
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IPM Research results: Statewide IPM's first 10 years
by James I. Grieshop, Robert A. Pence

September-October 1990
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Trapping tomato fruitworm in the Central Valley
by Michael P. Hoffmann, Lloyd T. Wilson, Frank G. Zalom, Richard Coviello, Michael Murray, Peter B. Goodell, Donald Rough

September-October 1990
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Integrated pest management in California
by Frank G. Zalom, Mary Louise Flint

September-October 1990
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Progress report: Vice President's task force on pest control alternatives: Overview
by James M. Lyons, Frank G. Zalom

July-August 1990
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Potential pesticide use cancellations in California
by Michael W. Stimmann, Mary P. Ferguson

July-August 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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Agricultural pest control alternatives
by Kenneth R. Farrell

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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The smokybrown cockroach: potential new pest in California
by A. G. Appel, Michael K. Rust, Donald A. Reierson

July-August 1990
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Meeting challenges of the 1990s in agriculture and natural resources
by Kenneth R. Farrell

January-February 1990
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Parasitoid helps control fruit worm in Sacramento Valley processing tomatoes
by Michael P. Hoffmann, Lloyd T. Wilson, Frank G. Zalom, Richard J. Hilton, Craig V. Weakley

January-February 1990
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Suction trap reveals 60 wheat aphid species, including Russian wheat aphid
by Keith S. Pike, David Allison, Leslie Boydston, Calvin O. Qualset, Herbert E. Vogt, Charles G. Summers

November-December 1989
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IPM information delivery to pest control advisers
by Mary Louise Flint, Karen Klonsky

March-April 1989
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Structural pest management: The search for new termite control strategies
by Michael K. Rust, J. Kenneth Grace, David L. Wood, Donald A. Reierson

September-October 1988
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Structural pest management: Insecticide resistance affects cockroach control
by Donald A. Reierson, Michael K. Rust, Arthur J. Slater, Timothy A.M. Slater

September-October 1988
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Structural pest management: Characteristics of decay and insect attack in California homes
by Allison N. Brier, William A. Dost, W. Wayne Wilcox

September-October 1988
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Pest management affects spider mites in vineyards
by Greg M. English-Loeb, Donald L. Flaherty, Lloyd T. Wilson, William W. Barnett, George M. Leavitt, William H. Settle

March-April 1986
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Pheromone monitoring is cost-effective
by Robin T. Ervin, Daniel S. Moreno, John L. Baritelle, Philip D. Gardner

SEPTEMBER-OCTOBER 1985
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Computer simulation of CRS populations
by Joseph G. Morse, Michael J. Arbaugh, Daniel S. Moreno

MAY-JUNE 1985
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Pest management practices in processing tomatoes
by Mary Louise Flint, Karen Klonsky

JANUARY-FEBRUARY 1985
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Pest management in the urban forest
by Donald L. Dahlsten, Ann E. Hajek, Daniel J. Clair, Steve H. Dreistadt, David L. Rowney, Vernard R. Lewis

JANUARY-FEBRUARY 1985
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Aerial movements of mites in almonds: Implications for pest management
by Marjorie A. Hoy, Hugo E. van de Baan, J. J. Rob Groot, Ross P. Field

September 1984
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Use of integrated pest management in alfalfa
by Mary Louise Flint, Karen Klonsky, Frank G. Zalom

January-February 1984
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Monitoring lepidopterous pest damage to processing tomatoes
by Frank G. Zalom, Lloyd T. Wilson, Michael P. Hoffmann, W. Harry Lange, Craig V. Weakley

March-April 1983
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Degree-days: An aid in crop and pest management
by Lloyd T. Wilson, William W. Barnett

January-February 1983
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Black cutworm pheromone trapping in strawberries
by Stephen L. Clement, Edgar D. Show, Michael O. Way

July 1982
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Spider mites and predators in San Joaquin Valley almond orchards
by Marjorie A. Hoy, R. T. Roush, Katherine B. Smith, Les W. Barclay

October 1979
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Expectations of integrated pest management
by J. B. Kendrick

June 1979
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Ozone-pesticide interactions
by Roberto R. Teso, Ronald J. Oshima, M. Ingrid Carmean

April 1979
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Climbing cutworms: Early-season pests of grapes
by John E. Dibble, Johannes Joos, Paul LaVine, Susan Haire, Bruce E. Bearden

February 1979
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Tracing the flight activity of the sunflower moth
by Elmer C. Carlson, Robert L. Witt, Jeffrey C. Miller

November 1978
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A new entomogenous nematode for pest management systems
by James E. Milstead, George O. Poinar

March 1978
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Profitability and risk of integrated pest management
by Darwin C. Hall

February 1978
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IPM in three, fruit and nut crops: Minimizing pear pest control costs through integrated pest management
by William W. Barnett, Clarence S. Davis, Gordon A. Rowe

February 1978
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Integrated pest management in walnut orchards
by Martin M. Barnes, Clarence S. Davis, G. Steven Sibbett, William W. Barnett

February 1978
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Integrated pest management for olives
by Christine A. Shoemaker, Carl B. Huffaker, Charles E. Kennett

February 1978
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Grape pest management in the San Joaquin Valley
by Donald L. Flahetly, William L. Peacock, Frederik L. Jensen

February 1978
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Integrated pest management in almonds
by Richard E. Rice, Martin M. Barnes, Charles E. Curtis

February 1978
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Improving integrated pest management in Southern California citrus
by Louis A. Riehl, Theodore W. Fisher

February 1978
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IPM in field and vegetable crops: Integrated pest management of sugar beet insects
by W. Harry Lange, James S. Kishiyama, F. Jackson Hills

February 1978
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Heat accumulation method AIDS cotton pest management
by Vahram Sevacherian, Nick C. Toscano, Robert A. Van Steenwyk

February 1978
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Integrated pest management on vegetable crops in Southern California
by Jeffrey A. Wyman, Earl R. Oatman, Robert A Van Steenwyk

February 1978
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Integrated pest management on artichoke and tomato in Northern California
by W. Harry Lange, James S. Kishyama

February 1978
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Integrated pest management: Other pests: Integrated pest management research: Mosquito control
by Russell E. Fontaine, Charles H. Schaefer

February 1978
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Urban pest management
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February 1978
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Integrated pest management in highway landscapes
by Dudley E. Pinnock, Kenneth S. Hagen, Daniel V. Cassidy, Richard J. Brand, James E. Milstead, Richard L. Tasson

February 1978
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Development of integrated pest management in California
by Ray F. Smith

February 1978
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Integrated pest management in the United States
by Carl B. Huffaker, B.A. Croft

February 1978
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Implementing integrated pest management in California
by Helmut Riedl, William W. Allen

February 1978
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Integrated pest management
by J. B. Kendrick

July 1977
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Mosquito and chironomid midge control by planaria
by R.F. Legner, H.S. Yu, R.A. Medved, M.E. Badgley

November 1975
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The Performance of Independent Pest Management Consultants: In San Joaquin Cotton and Citrus
by D. C. Hall, R. B. Norgaard, P. K. True

October 1975
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Sorghum midge pest management in the San Joaquin Valley
by C. G. Summers, R. L. Coviello, W. E. Pendery, R.W. Bushing

September 1975
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An integrated insect control program for street trees
by W. Olkowski, C. Pinnock, W. Toney, G. Mosher, W. Neasbitt, R. van Den Bosch, H. Olkowski

January 1974
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Citrus pest management studies in Tulare County
by D. L. Flaherty, J. E. Pehrson, C. E. Kennett

November 1973
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Correcting imbalances spider mite populations in Southern San Joaquin vineyards
by D. Flaherty, C. Lynn, F. Jensen, M. Hoy

April 1972
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Virgin female traps aid control survey for omnivorous leaf roller in San Joaquin Valley vineyards
by M. T. Ali Niazee, E. M. Stafford

January 1972
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