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  • Tips to growing great strawberries

    There’s no doubt Californians have a love affair with strawberries. The delicious berry is the state’s fifth most valuable crop, and California farmers are responsible for about 80 percent of all the strawberries grown in the nation. The home gardener loves them, too, and because of our climate and the variety of berries available, we […]

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  • How to manage septoria disease in wheat

    That makes attention to detail more important than product choice, he believes. “We have the tools to manage septoria, even though the disease is mutating. “But getting behind with spraying is the worst thing you can do. It’s better to be a day or two early than a day or two late.” Spray timings T0 […]

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  • Saving Water, Fertilizer in Durum Wheat

    Irrigation is a must for wheat producers in Arizona’s hot, dry climate, but most of the water comes from the Colorado River, and that supply is being depleted by the long-term drought. Fertilizer is getting more expensive, and when too much fertilizer and water are applied, the excess amounts can percolate too deeply into the […]

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  • New Research On Why Plant Tissues Have A sense Of Direction

    Scientists at the John Innes Centre, Norwich have published new evidence that plant tissues can have a preferred direction of growth and that this characteristic is essential for producing complex plant shapes. The work, carried out by Dr Alexandra Rebocho and colleagues in Professor Enrico Coen’s laboratory, contributes a new piece to the puzzle of […]

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  • Tips to growing great strawberries

    There’s no doubt Californians have a love affair with strawberries. The delicious berry is the state’s fifth most valuable crop, and California farmers are responsible for about 80 percent of all the strawberries grown in the nation. The home gardener loves them, too, and because of our climate and the variety of berries available, we […]

  • How to manage septoria disease in wheat

    That makes attention to detail more important than product choice, he believes. “We have the tools to manage septoria, even though the disease is mutating. “But getting behind with spraying is the worst thing you can do. It’s better to be a day or two early than a day or two late.” Spray timings T0 […]

  • Saving Water, Fertilizer in Durum Wheat

    Irrigation is a must for wheat producers in Arizona’s hot, dry climate, but most of the water comes from the Colorado River, and that supply is being depleted by the long-term drought. Fertilizer is getting more expensive, and when too much fertilizer and water are applied, the excess amounts can percolate too deeply into the […]

  • New Research On Why Plant Tissues Have A sense Of Direction

    Scientists at the John Innes Centre, Norwich have published new evidence that plant tissues can have a preferred direction of growth and that this characteristic is essential for producing complex plant shapes. The work, carried out by Dr Alexandra Rebocho and colleagues in Professor Enrico Coen’s laboratory, contributes a new piece to the puzzle of […]

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