California Agriculture, September-October 1995
Volume 49, Number 5
Oak rescue efforts: What have we learned?
peer-reviewed research articles
Long-term survival question: Why do oaks produce boom-and-bust seed crops?
by Walter D. Koenig, Jean Knops
Planted blue oaks may need help to survive in Southern Sierras
by Theodore E. Adams, Neil K. McDougald
Blue oak acorns more viable in Madera County than Kern County
by Ralph L. Phillips, Neil K. McDougald, Douglas McCreary
Optimizing tomato distribution to processors lifts profits little
by Catherine A. Durham, Richard J. Sexton, Joo Ho Song
Consistent annual treatment helps future olive leaf spot control
by Beth L. Teviotdale, G. Steven Sibbett
Leaf removal improves fungicide control of powdery mildew in SJV grapes
by James J. Stapleton, George M. Leavitt, Paul S. Verdegaal
Farm labor contractors play new roles in agriculture
by Dawn Thilmany, Philip L. Martin
editorial, news, letters & science briefs
Competitive grants: Wave of the future?
by Henry J. Vaux
Urbanization crowds out oaks
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