Dan Bryant

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Citrus industry gears up traps and lab for Huanglongbing, ACP
The California Citrus Research Board (CRB) has mounted an aggressive, three-pronged campaign to repel the devastating
European wine grapes to aid SJV returns?
Can lesser-known European varieties improve returns for the San Joaquin Valley wine grape industry? That’s what
New data sharpens grape RAI
New information on powdery mildew of grapevines developed by UC Davis scientists provides a more precise temperature
Challenges for organic crops
“The major challenge when using organic sources of nitrogen is knowing how much to apply and how fast it will be
Nitrogen rate and timing critical for organic crops
The major challenge when using organic sources of nitrogen is knowing how much to apply and how fast it will be
New data sharpens grape powdery mildew index
New information on powdery mildew of grapevines developed by UC Davis scientists provides a more precise temperature
Lesser-known European wine grapes might aid SJV returns
Can lesser-known European varieties improve returns for the San Joaquin Valley wine grape industry? That's what
Biopesticides in mainstream ag
It is not widely known, but more than 80 percent of the currently available biopesticides are in use by mainstream
Fusarium wilt threat to lettuce grows
Fusarium wilt is an expanding threat to coastal California lettuce, even with use of resistant varieties, according to
OFAC chief touts joint PCA-CCA status
Pest control advisors (PCAs) and certified crop advisors (CCAs) can broaden their professional expertise by qualifying
Grape prices driving vineyard values
The value of a grape vineyard is determined by many factors, a key element being the value of the grapes and, in turn,
Enhancing honey bee habitat
Practices to enhance habitat of native bees, a key pollinator resource for almonds, citrus, and other crops, are
TYLC virus alert sounds in California
Tomato yellow leaf curl virus, one of the world’s most damaging diseases of tomatoes, is being eyed closely by plant
Curly top vaccine for tomatoes?
A potential solution to one of the most damaging diseases in California processing tomatoes and other Western crops, a
Economist examines agricultural policy
Biofuels policy may sustain high feed prices, farm subsidies will remain but with more pressure on efficiency, and
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