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Conservation Tillage Tomato Production in California's San Joaquin Valley
Conservation tillage farming systems protect water and soil resources while still letting the grower produce a commercially viable crop. Less tillage also means less labor and equipment time, and that translates into lower overall production costs.

Publication Number:: 8330
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Controlling Offsite Movement of Agricultural Chemical Residues: Tomatoes
Pesticides can be a boon to farms, but residues that reach ground or surface waters threaten wildlife, water quality, and human health. This publication shows how to rate your farm's potential for harm and act to keep these chemicals under control.

Publication Number:: 8457
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Cover Cropping and Conservation Tillage in California Processing Tomatoes
By using cover cropping and conservation tillage, processing tomato growers can reduce their costs and improve their soil at the same time, while still producing an economical crop.

Publication Number:: 8404
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Drip Irrigation of Processing Tomatoes
Using this guide you'll learn how drip irrigation can deliver water and chemicals more precisely and uniformly to your tomato crop. Drip irrigation can increase your yield and revenue, reduce water and fertilizer costs, and curtail diseases.

Publication Number:: 3506
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Fresh-Market Tomato Production in California
California farmers grow more than 550,000 tons of fresh-market tomatoes a year. This publication gives you concise information on culture, pest management, and marketing for this important crop.

Publication Number:: 8017
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Integrated Pest Management for Tomatoes—Fourth Edition
IPM monitoring and treatment guidelines for stinkbugs, aphids, and whiteflies, ways to use weather forecasting models in disease management, and updated information on pesticide susceptibiity of key weed pests. 200 color photos, plus figures, and tables.

Publication Number:: 3274
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IPM FOR TOMATOES (4th Edition) (Minor Damage)
IPM monitoring and treatment guidelines for stinkbugs, aphids, and whiteflies, ways to use weather forecasting models in disease management, and updated information on pesticide susceptibiity of key weed pests. 200 color photos, plus figures, and tables.

Publication Number:: 3274SD
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Key Points of Control and Management of Microbial Food Safety
Information for Producers, Processors, and Handlers of Fresh Market Tomatoes
Most commercially produced tomatoes are wholesome and disease-free, but that result takes a lot of work. Here are some basic steps to remember.

Publication Number:: 8150
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Processing Tomato Production in California
Basic information for commercial growers, including climatic requirements, varieties, planting, fertilization, harvest, and marketing channels.

Publication Number:: 7228
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Tomato: UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines
Download a free copy of these UC-approved guidelines for pest monitoring techniques, pesticide use, and nonpesticide alternatives -- essential tools for anyone making pest management decisions in the field.

Publication Number:: 3470
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Tomato: UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines-Print
Purchase a copy of these UC-approved guidelines for pest monitoring techniques, pesticide use, and nonpesticide alternatives -- essential tools for anyone making pest management decisions in the field.

Publication Number:: 3470P
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Using Transplants in Vegetable Production
Growers who use greenhouse transplants can target early-season markets and often produce multiple crops in a single growing season. In addition, they reduce pest and disease losses, and help ensure a more uniform stand.

Publication Number:: 8013
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Worm Sampling Methods for Processing Tomatoes (DVD)
Describes monitoring procedures and treatment decision guidelines for the major lepidopterous pests and presents integrated pest management practices.

Publication Number:: 6539D
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