VRIC's mission is to foster appropriate research, collect and disseminate information relevant to consumers, growers and processors in the California vegetable industry and to continue its role as a leader and nationally-recognized source of research and information in support of the vegetable industry.
UC Vegetable Research & Information Center
Dept. of Plant Sciences, MS4
One Shields Avenue
Davis, CA 95616
Phone: (530) 752-1748 Fax: (530) 752-4604 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Imperial County Agricultural Briefs newsletter :: Mar. 2014 **NEW**
|Monterey County Crop Notes newsletter :: Jan.-Feb. 2014 **NEW**
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** Iris yellow spot virus: new concern for onion on central coast
** Efficacy of at-planting and basal applications of insecticides on cabbage maggot in seeded-broccoli
** Powdery mildew of pepper: biology and management
** Automated thinner/weeders for lettuce production
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|UCCE Statewide Processing Tomato Variety Evaluation Trials, 2013|
|Vegetable Planting Guide for the Sacramento area|
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