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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
October 6, 2014
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]
September 22, 2014
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
Pest ControlManaging Nematodes In Florida Citrus
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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