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Does Leaf Cover Interfere With Herbicide Efficacy In Grapevines? [sponsor content]
GrapesDoes Leaf Cover Interfere With Herbicide Efficacy In Grapevines? [sponsor content]
October 8, 2014
A raking study investigated what effect falling grape leaves has on herbicide efficacy. See the results here from researcher John Read More
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GrapesReview Of Glyphosate Resistance Of Horseweed [sponsor content]
October 8, 2014
Horseweed has been in the deeper soils of Sonoma County, California, for a few years but is now a problem. Read More
Weeds That Tolerate Glyphosate In The Western United States [sponsor content]
GrapesWeeds That Tolerate Glyphosate In The Western United States [sponsor content]
October 8, 2014
Some weeds have shown a natural tolerance to glyphosate. John Roncoroni, farm advisor at the University of California, gives a Read More
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Pest ControlHow To Control Septoria and Early Blight In Tomatoes
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Tactics on how to identify and control Septoria and early blight in tomatoes are presented in this video. Read More
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October 6, 2014
This video provides information on lettuce drop symptoms, conditions conducive to the disease, and management practices. Read More
Postharvest Fungicide Treatments For Decay Management In Cherries [sponsor content]
Crop ProtectionPostharvest Fungicide Treatments For Decay Management In Cherries [sponsor content]
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Take a look the results of efficacy tests for postharvest fungicide treatments, as shared by Jim Adaskaveg, plant pathologist at Read More
Postharvest Sanitation Washing Of Cherries Using Oxidizing Materials [sponsor content]
Crop ProtectionPostharvest Sanitation Washing Of Cherries Using Oxidizing Materials [sponsor content]
September 22, 2014
Take a look the results of efficacy tests for fruit surface sanitation treatments, as shared by Jim Adaskaveg, plant pathologist Read More
Where Do Decay Problems In Cherries Come From? [sponsor content]
Crop ProtectionWhere Do Decay Problems In Cherries Come From? [sponsor content]
September 22, 2014
Jim Adaskaveg, plant pathologist at the University of California, explains the major postharvest decay organisms, the problems they cause and Read More
Managing Nematodes In Florida Citrus
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September 11, 2014
This video provides information on identifying the major nematodes threats to Florida citrus and provides management tips. Read More
When Should Growers Treat Fields With Nematicides? [sponsor content]
Crop ProtectionWhen Should Growers Treat Fields With Nematicides? [sponsor content]
September 2, 2014
If fields are not fumigated first, when should they be treated with nematicides? Michael McKenry, Nematologist Emeritus at UC Riverside Read More

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