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Farm Water Quality Planning
Food Safety & Preservation
Forest Stewardship
Fruit & Nut Trees in the Home Garden
Genetic Engineering and Biotechnology
Home Vegetable Gardening
Lawns & Landscape
Lunch Box Series / La Lonchera
Master Gardener Tip Sheets
Money Talks
Nutrition & Health Info Sheets
Organic Vegetable Production in California
Pest Notes for Home & Landscape
Rangeland Management Series
Rangeland Monitoring Series
Sample Production Costs & Profitability Analysis
Small Grains
Soil, Water, & Irrigation
Understanding Working Rangelands
Vegetable Crop Production in California
Youth Development through Veterinary Science
¡Esté alerta! La abeja africanizada en California
Información sobre cómo prepararse para la entrada en California de la abeja de miel africanizada.

Information on how to "bee prepared" for the movement of the africanized honey bee into California.

Publication Number:: 8069
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A Field Key to Lygus Species of the Central San Joaquin Valley
Correct identification of captured Lygus bugs and similar-looking insects is a key to accurate research and pest control.

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Agritourism Enterprises on Your Farm or Ranch: Understanding Regulations
Agritourism can be a great boon to the California grower, but you have to be aware of your legal responsibilities, get your permits, and follow the rules regarding land use, zoning, public health, and other areas. This gives you a brief overview.

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Agritourism Enterprises on Your Farm or Ranch: Where to Start
This publication gives you a game plan for navigating the maze of permits, plans, and approvals you will need to get in order before you launch a potentially profitable agritourism enterprise on your California farm or ranch.

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Agua Pura: Exploring Salmon and Steelhead in California Communities
Through the 13 activities in this 4-H Youth Development unit, participants will explore relationships between the people and the salmon and steelhead that live, or once lived, within their community's watershed.

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Almond Leaf Scorch
Almond leaf scorch is a bacterial disease that kill otherwise healthy trees -- or, if undetected and untreated, entire orchards -- within just a few years. Learn to recognize the disease and take action early to save your trees and your livelihood.

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Alternaria Diseases
Apples, broccoli, tomatoes, citrus, and a wide variety of other food crops are susceptible to Alternaria diseases. Learn how to recognize symptoms and control outbreaks.

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Ascochyta Blight of Garbanzos
Ascochyta blight is a major disease of garbanzos in California. Learn how to control of the disease after harvest in infected fields and prevent its spread into new areas.

Publication Number:: 8259
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Asian Citrus Psyllid
Plant hosts, life cycle, crop damage, and pest management information for this pest of citrus and other closely related plants.

Publication Number:: 8205
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Assessing Compost Quality for Agriculture
Before you can evaluate the suitability of a compost for a particular application, you need to have an understanding of several compost properties. This publication describes these properties and proposes reasonable limits for five common types of compost

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Avoiding Weed Shifts and Weed Resistance in Roundup Ready Alfalfa Systems
Glyphosate-resistant alfalfa can reduce weed-control costs and potentially improve the quality of your harvested crop. Learn the proper management steps you need to take to help prevent weed shifts and herbicide resistant weeds.

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Barb Goatgrass
Barb goatgrass is a winter annual grass native to Europe and western Asia. It first appeared in California in the early 1900s, but only recently has it begun to spread widely, crowding out native vegetation. Learn to identify and manage this hardy weed.

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Barb Goatgrass and Medusahead: Timing of Grazing and Mowing Treatments
Barb goatgrass and medusahead are invasive annual grasses that cause economic or environmental detriment. Learn how to identify the optimum timing of grazing and mowing treatments for management in your situation.

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Bay Area Ranching Heritage: A Continuing Legacy
Part of the Understanding Working Rangelands series. Livestock grazing has been practiced in California for more than 200 years, and it continues to benefit local communities today, not least by helping keep open space available for recreation use.

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Bee Alert: Africanized Honey Bee Facts
Information on how to "bee prepared" for the movement of the Africanized honey bee into California.

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Beef Care Practices
A thorough introduction to the issues and decisions facing a beef cattle producer in California.

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Bio-Security in 4-H Animal Science 1: Understanding Disease Transmission
Livestock shows are an important part of 4-H, but members need to be aware of the disease risks involved when stock from different farms come together in one place. This 3-part curriculum teaches principles and practices of livestock health safety.

Publication Number:: 8438
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Bio-Security in 4-H Animal Science 2: Livestock Disease: Understanding the Risks
Livestock shows are an important part of 4-H, but members need to be aware of the disease risks involved when stock from different farms come together in one place. This 3-part curriculum teaches principles and practices of livestock health safety.

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Bio-Security in 4-H Animal Science 3A: Maps, Good Recordkeeping, and Tracking...
Livestock shows are an important part of 4-H, but members need to be aware of the disease risks involved when stock from different farms come together in one place. This 3-part curriculum teaches principles and practices of livestock health safety.

Publication Number:: 8440
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Bio-Security in 4-H Animal Science 3B: Maps, GPS, Good Recordkeeping...
Livestock shows are an important part of 4-H, but members need to be aware of the disease risks involved when stock from different farms come together in one place. This 3-part curriculum teaches principles and practices of livestock health safety.

Publication Number:: 8441
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Biology and Management of Horseweed and Hairy Fleabane in California
Horseweed and hairy fleabane are showing increased resistance to chemical controls, including glyphosate. By learning about their biology and other control alternatives, you can do a better job of keeping on top of this pest problem.

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California Naturalist Series: Natural History of the Sierra Nevada
Whether you hike along the Pacific Crest Trail, fish a trout stream, ski the steep eastern slopes, or picnic beneath the canopy of a valley oak, Californians love the Sierra Nevada. Learn more about its natural features and conservation challenges.

Publication Number:: 8535
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Carrot Production in California
Basic information for commercial growers, including climatic requirements, varieties, planting, fertilization, harvest, and marketing channels.

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Cattle Management Strategies To Minimize Foothill Abortion
A tick-borne bacterial disease, commonly known as foothill abortion, kills cow fetuses in herds grazing in parts of the intermountain West. Learn identification and management practices to help protect your herd.

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