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  • Top honors go to UC Davis Plant Sciences students

    Added January 29, 2015
    Marcelo Moretti (left) and Rafael Pedroso (right) at the 2015 CWSS meeting

    This is the second year that Rafael Munhoz Pedroso—a graduate student in Dr. Albert Fischer's lab—was awarded first place by the California Weed Science Society (CWSS) for his student oral research presentation. This year his research work...

  • UC Davis developing faster, more accurate robotic cultivator

    Added January 29, 2015
    Fluorescent seedlings will help a robotic cultivator target weeds in planted fields like this one in the Salinas Valley. (Steve Fennimore/UC Davis photo)

    From the UC Davis News Service • January 21, 2015   Controlling weeds could soon become more effective, affordable and sustainable for vegetable growers in California and beyond, thanks to a system under development at UC Davis that...

  • Calling all farmers (Big, Small, Urban, Conventional, Organic, etc...) we want to hear your thoughts about weeds and weed control

    Added January 28, 2015

    The California Weed Science Society publishes a Journal and Research Update twice yearly. The purpose of the journal is to provide weed management professionals with information about the people, projects, and issues that are of particular...

  • New organic herbicide registration for California

    Added January 26, 2015
    Table1 New Organic Herbicide Getting Registered in California-1

    New Organic Herbicide Registration for California Richard Smith, Farm Advisor University of California Cooperative Extension, Monterey County A new organic herbicide, Suppress, from Westbridge Company is now in the 30-day waiting period with the...

  • Coastal Apple Varieties

    Added January 22, 2015
    UC apple

    A local Santa Barbara backyard grower has been experimenting with many different apple varieties and has found some unusual success at growing a wide variety of them that according to their published chilling hours requirements should not do well in...

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Top honors go to UC Davis Plant Sciences students
Posted 1/29/2015 - This is the second year that Rafael Munhoz Pedroso—a graduate student in Dr. Albert Fischer's lab—was awarded first place by the California Weed Science Society (CWSS) for his student oral research presentation. This year his research work...

UC Davis developing faster, more accurate robotic cultivator
Posted 1/29/2015 - From the UC Davis News Service • January 21, 2015   Controlling weeds could soon become more effective, affordable and sustainable for vegetable growers in California and beyond, thanks to a system under development at UC Davis that...

Calling all farmers (Big, Small, Urban, Conventional, Organic, etc...) we want to hear your thoughts about weeds and weed control
Posted 1/28/2015 - The California Weed Science Society publishes a Journal and Research Update twice yearly. The purpose of the journal is to provide weed management professionals with information about the people, projects, and issues that are of particular...

New organic herbicide registration for California
Posted 1/26/2015 - New Organic Herbicide Registration for California Richard Smith, Farm Advisor University of California Cooperative Extension, Monterey County A new organic herbicide, Suppress, from Westbridge Company is now in the 30-day waiting period with the...

Coastal Apple Varieties
Posted 1/22/2015 - A local Santa Barbara backyard grower has been experimenting with many different apple varieties and has found some unusual success at growing a wide variety of them that according to their published chilling hours requirements should not do well in...

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