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Bagrada Bug: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Bragrada bug, a stink bug native to Africa, is now found in Southern California where it attacks vegetables and mustards as well as sweet alyssum and other ornamentals. It is especially hard on mustard seedlings. Learn to recognize and manage this pest.

Publication Number:: 74166
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Commercial Cooling of Fruits, Vegetables, and Flowers
This handbook contains detailed descriptions of proper temperature management for perishables and commercial methods of cooling fruits, vegetables, and cut flowers. Includes a complete discussion of design for hydro-cooler and forced-air cooler systems.

Publication Number:: 21567
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Cover Cropping for Vegetable Production
This handbook is one of the most comprehensive, science-based resources available on cover cropping. In addition to species selection information, this handbook addresses the effects of cover cropping on water management, pest management and farm economic

Publication Number:: 3517
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Covercrops for California Agriculture
For many agricultural soils, covercrops offer the only means of supplying the organic matter needed to keep the soil in a high state of productivity. Learn how to select an grow the cover crop that is right for your situation.

Publication Number:: 21471
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Damping-Off Diseases
Damping-off diseases affect vegetable crops worldwide. Learn the basic on how these fungal diseases spread and what you can do to stop them.

Publication Number:: 8041
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Drip Irrigation Salinity Management for Row Crops
Furrow and sprinkler irrigation have long been used for California row crops, but drip irrigation now offers a number of advantages, particularly in areas to are subject to excess salts in soil and irrigation water. See if drip is right for your farm.

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Drought Tip: Water Quality Guidelines for Vegetable and Row Crops
Salinity can have a detrimental impact on irrigated crops which can be exacerbated under drought conditions. This publication provides salt tolerance guidelines for a variety of vegetable and row crops, based on the long-term use of the given water quali

Publication Number:: 8558
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Flower Flies (Syrphidae) and Other Biological Control Agents for Aphids . . .
Flower flies (sometimes known as syrphids or hoverflies) are effective predators against aphids in California vegetable fields. Learn to recognize these aphid eaters and encourage them to help with your pest management. Many color photographs.

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Guidelines for Controlling Listeria monocytogenes in Packing Operations
New handling and packaging techniques can help keep this disease-causing bacterium out of refrigerated and ready-to-eat foods.

Publication Number:: 8015
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Herbicide Resistance: Definition and Management Strategies
An herbicide ceases to be a useful tool for farmers when its target weeds develop resistance to its effects. This publication helps you understand resistance: what causes it, and how you can slow or prevent its development.

Publication Number:: 8012
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Honey Bee Pollination of Cantaloupe, Cucumber, & Watermelon
Honey bees are vital to growing a successful cucurbit crop. Learn about timing, optimum conditions, and contracting with a beekeeper.

Publication Number:: 7224
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How to Attract and Maintain Pollinators in Your Garden
About three-quarters of all flowering plants rely on insects or birds for pollination, and that includes one-third of all crop plants. This publication shows you how to create a landscape that is welcoming for bees and many other pollinators.

Publication Number:: 8498
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Integrated Pest Management for Potatoes in the Western United States, 2nd Ed.
New lower price! This second edition IPM manual guides diagnosis and treatment of more than 120 pests and disorders commonly found in potatoes.

Publication Number:: 3316
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Key Points of Control and Management for Microbial Food Safety: Melons
Information for Producers, Handlers, and Processors of Melons

Most commercial melons that we eat are wholesome and disease-free, but it takes some work and attention to keep it that way. Here are some basic steps to remember.


Publication Number:: 8103
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Leaffooted Bug: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Leaffooted bugs feed on fruits, vegetables, and ornamental plants. The adult bug is 3/4 to 1 inch long and has flattened areas on its back legs that look something like small leaves. This free publication will help you recognize and manage this pest.

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Minimum Tillage Vegetable Crop Production in California
Tillage operations in vegetable production represent time, energy, equipment, and labor that can make up more than 25% of preharvest production costs. Reduced-tillage systems have been developed to control costs and optimize soil management.

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Mulches in California Vegetable Crop Production
Surface mulches are widely used in the production of strawberries and certain high-value vegetable crops. For production practices using polyethylene or cover crop mulches to be successful, production goals must be matched with know how and experience.

Publication Number:: 8129
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Organic Vegetable Production Manual
This award-winning manual is a must-read for growers considering organic practices, and a valuable resource for others. The book provides detailed information on farming vegetables organically, with essential topics for succeeding in a highly competitive

Publication Number:: 3509
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Plasticulture in California Vegetable Production
Farmers up and down California are using plastic mulches, row covers, and tunnels to improve vegetable production or extend the growing season. This publication describes the variety of materials available, their uses, and their potential benefits.

Publication Number:: 8016
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Sclerotinia Diseases
Sclerotinia diseases cause rotting in a variety of vegetable and floral crops. Learn how to recognize and control outbreaks.

Publication Number:: 8042
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Squash Bugs: Pest Notes for Home and Landscape
Squash bugs, Order Hemiptera, are common pests in vegetable gardens. Their specialized mouthparts let them pierce foliage and suck plant sap.

Publication Number:: 74144
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Strip Tillage in California's Central Valley
Strip-tillage, a form of conservation tillage, limits soil disruption to a narrow strip down each planting line, thus helping maintain soil structure and minimize dust. Read about new equipment and techniques, as well as the many benefits of this method.

Publication Number:: 8361
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Vegetable Diseases Caused by Soilborne Pathogens
Pathogens in the soil can seriously curtail vegetable crop production. Learn how to identify and control them and keep your crop disease-free.

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