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Integration of grazing and herbicide application improves management of barb goatgrass and medusahead in pasture and rangelands
by Travis M. Bean, Josh S. Davy, Guy B. Kyser, Elise S. Gornish

April-June 2021
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Surveys of 12 California crops for phytoseiid predatory mites show changes compared to earlier studies
by Elizabeth E. Grafton-Cardwell, Walter Bentley, Mary Bianchi, Frances E. Cave, Rachel Elkins, Ping Gu, David Haviland, David Headrick, Mark Hoddle, James McMurtry, Maria Murrietta, Nicholas Mills, Carolyn Pickel, Stephanie Rill, Menelaos C. Stavrinides, Lucia G. Varela, Larry Godfrey, Yuling Ouyang

July-September 2020
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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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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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Mapping forests with Lidar provides flexible, accurate data with many uses
by Maggi Kelly, Stefania Di Tommaso

January-March 2015
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MANAGING NEWLY ESTABLISHED PESTS: Growers, scientists and regulators collaborate on European grapevine moth program
by Monica Cooper, Lucia Varela, Rhonda Smith, David Whitmer, Gregory Simmons, Andrea Lucchi, Roxanne Broadway, Robert Steinhauer

October-December 2014
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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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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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Collaboration fosters Kearney scientific achievements
by David A Grantz, Linda Marie Manton, Frederick H Swanson

April-June 2005
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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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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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European grapes tested in North Coast vineyards
by Mandy Erickson

November-December 2001
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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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Geographic races may exist among perennial grasses
by Theodore E. Adams, Charles E. Vaughn, Peter B. Sands

March-April 1999
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Parasitoid wasp controls blue gum psyllid
by Donald L. Dahlsten, David L. Rowney, William A. Copper, Richard L. Tassan, William E. Chaney, Karen L. Robb, Steven Tjosvold, Mary Bianchi, Priscilla Lane

January-February 1998
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Obscure scale declines after parasitic wasp introduced
by Lester E. Ehler

November-December 1997
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Field-based phenological model predicts pink bollworm emergence
by Carol J. Adams, Ronald S. Hamilton, C.A. Beasley

September-October 1996
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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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Integrated citrus thrips control reduces secondary pests
by Beth Grafton-Cardwell, Ashley Eller, Neil O'Connell

March-April 1995
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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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Tomatoes respond to simple drip irrigation schedule and moderate nitrogen inputs
by Timothy K. Hartz, Michelle LeStrange, Donald M. May

March-April 1994
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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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IPM: California's almond IPM program
by Karen Klonsky, Frank Zalom, Bill Barnett

September-October 1990
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