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  • Managing Soil and Structure Quality
    You may have heard or read about improving your soil health or soil quality over the last year as this area of field management gains more attention. But what exactly do the terms mean and how can you incorporate the concepts in your day-to-day soil management practices? In Part 1… Read more »
  • Soil Application of Fungicides in Strawberry
    Strawberry is a high-value specialty crop in California and is susceptible to multiple pathogens that infect roots, crowns, foliage, flowers and fruits. Verticillium wilt caused by Verticillium dahliae, Fusarium wilt caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. fragariae and Macrophomina crown rot or charcoal rot caused by Macrophomina phaseolina are major… Read more »
  • Alternative Nematicides for Root-Knot Nematodes in Melons
    California is one the largest producers of melons in the U.S., and melons most commonly grown in California are cantaloupes and honeydew types. Although some acreage is reported throughout the state, most are grown in the Southern desert valleys and San Joaquin Valley. Root-knot nematodes (RKN), Meloidogyne spp., are the… Read more »
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  • Transforming Agriculture to Mitigate Climate Change and Support Public Health
    Many of us spent most of 2020 sheltering at home, doing our part to curb the pandemic we are weathering as a global community. While there is solidarity in the fact that people around the world are modifying their lives to flatten the curve—wearing masks, socially distancing, and working remotely… Read more »
  • Fundamentals of Hemp Nutrition
    Fertilizer needs for hemp plants are similar to the needs of larger vegetable plants, such as tomatoes. As with other annuals, hemp plants require different nutritional needs during their various growth stages.   Nitrogen, Phosphorous and Potassium In the beginning stage of the life cycle, hemp plants need a dominant… Read more »
  • Organic Almonds: Why and How From A Grower’s Perspective
    Organically grown almonds and organic nut products have become increasingly popular in the last decade and are a growing market segment, according to Josette Lewis, Almond Board of California’s Chief Scientific Officer. Still, just under 1% of almond acreage in California is organic. Many growers are exploring the idea of… Read more »

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