Leaves on a coffeeberry shrub (Frangula californica) display symptoms of infection by pathogens in the genus Phytophthora at an ecological restoration site on Mori Point, Pacifica, in San Mateo County. Three articles in this issue (pages 205, 208 and 217) address a serious concern for the restoration of natural areas in California: The inadvertent infestation of restoration sites with multiple Phytophthora species via infected planting stock. Photo by Will Suckow.
Volume 72, Number 4
News and opinion
Recent articles from the Agricultural Experiment Station campuses and UC ANR's county offices, institutes and research and extension centers
Moving perishable produce by rail, rather than by truck, could provide significant benefits for Californians.
4-H teams up with Project Learning Tree, and kids are the winners.
Growers, regulators and native plant restoration experts are together trying to reduce the spread of more than 25 new Phytophthora taxa.