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April 1975

Cover: Moth introduced for biological control of Russian thistle: (top) adult Coleophora parthenica, 12x; (lower left) egg of moth, 30x; (lower right) larva in stem of thistle, lox.

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California Agriculture, April 1975

Volume 29, Number 4

Research Articles

Biological control of russian thistle
by R. B. Hawkes, R. D. Goeden, A. Mayfield, D. W. Ricker
pp3-4
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Food system coordination
by Leon Garoyan
pp4-6
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Urbanization and streamflow in the Berkeley hills
by Joe R. McBride
pp6-7
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Effect of additive on corn and oat silage preservation
by W. B. Hight, D. L. Bath, W. R. Sheesley, Darrel Miller
pp8-9
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Sealing bunker silos: Effect on silage losses
by W. B. Hight, D. L. Bath, Darrel Miller
pp10-12
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Wax and meal changes in jojoba seed development
by Demetrios M. Yermanos
pp12-13
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Lesion nematode control in apples
by R. Rackham, J. D. Radewald, C. L. Hemstreet, F. Shibuya
pp14-15
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Root-knot nematode control in cantaloupe
by J. D. Radewald, D. G. Kontaxis, F. Shibuya
pp15-16
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Surface runoff in dairies
by A. C. Chang, K. Aref, D. C. Baier
pp16-17
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Sunburn protection for newly-grafted Payne walnuts
by G. S. Sibbett, M. Bailey
pp18
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Editorial, News, Letters and Science Briefs

EDITORIAL: Is the cow a white elephant?
by J. B. Kendrick
pp2
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