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Agricultural managed aquifer recharge — water quality factors to consider
by Hannah Waterhouse, Sandra Bachand, Daniel Mountjoy, Joseph Choperena, Philip A.M. Bachand, Helen E. Dahlke, William R. Horwath

July-September 2020
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Getting the farm to the school: Increasing direct, local procurement in Yolo County schools
by Gail Feenstra, Shosha Capps, Kristy Lyn Levings, Elaine James, Mary Laurie, Mitchell Maniti, Emma Lee

July-September 2017
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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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Economic sustainability modeling provides decision support for assessing hybrid poplar-based biofuel development in California
by Varaprasad Bandaru, Nathan C. Parker, Quinn Hart, Mark Jenner, Boon-Ling Yeo, Jordan T. Crawford, Yuanzhe Li, Peter W. Tittmann, Luke Rogers, Stephen R. Kaffka, Bryan M. Jenkins

July-September 2015
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Sustaining the promise of the land-grant university system
by Barbara Allen-Diaz

April-June 2015
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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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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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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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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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Setting agricultural science strategy in tumultuous economic times
by Julian M. Alston, Philip G. Pardey, Jennifer S. James

January-March 2009
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Sustained public investment needed for agricultural research
by Ted Batkin, Robert Curtis

January-March 2009
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ANR pursues excellence in research, development and delivery
by Richard B. Standiford

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

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

April-June 2004
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Sidebar: Nonprofit institutions form intellectual-property resource for agriculture
by Deborah Delmer

April-June 2004
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Challenges and opportunities for horticultural biotechnology
by Kent J. Bradford, Julian M. Alston, Peggy G. Lemaux, Daniel A. Sumner

April-June 2004
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Horticultural biotechnology faces significant economic and market barriers
by Julian M. Alston

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

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

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

January-March 2004
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Specialty crops and value-added products: a bright spot in California agriculture
by Ellie Rilla

July-September 2003
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Transgenes are revolutionizing crop production
by George Bruening

July-August 2000
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Is California's future hydraulically sustainable?
by Richard E. Howitt

March-April 2000
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New specialty potato varieties give farmers growing and marketing options
by Ron Voss, Herb Phillips, Kent Brittan, Harry Carlson, Nancy Garrison, Mark Gaskell, Manuel Jimenez, Don Kirby, Richard Molinar, Joe Nunez, Richard Smith, Jesus Valencia, Garth Veerkamp

November-December 1999
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Farmers' markets offer new business opportunities for farmers
by Gail Feenstra, Christopher Lewis

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

November-December 1999
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U.S.-Mexico production costs compared: Asparagus, broccoli production likely to shift to Mexicali
by Refugio A. González, George E. Goldman, Rafael Ruíz, José Santana

September-October 1991
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Free trade with Mexico: economic impacts
by Raul Hinojosa-Ojeda, Sherman Robinson, Kirby S. Moulton

September-October 1991
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Sidebar: Is “free trade” really free?: How the FTA will affect California agriculture
by Raul Hinojosa-Ojeda, Sherman Robinson, Kirby S. Moulton

September-October 1991
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A new marketing era for California specialty crops
by Harold O. Carter, Carole Nuckton

March-April 1988
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A new law, a new problem: Pesticides for specialty crops
by J. B. Kendrick

February 1974
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Sewage sludges for agriculture: Production of high value specialty crops, nursery stock and similar crops possible disposal outlet for treated sewage
by R. H. Sciaroni, O. R. Lunt

November 1957
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