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Cooperative Extension San Joaquin County
University of California
Cooperative Extension San Joaquin County

Presentations

Fresh Market Tomato and Pepper Meeting
March 2, 2010, Stockton, CA

Disease Update Fresh Market Tomatoes and Peppers - Brenna Aegerter
Soil Fertility Management for Fresh Market Tomato and Pepper Production - Tim Hartz
Research on Managing Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus - Michelle Le Strange and Tom Turini
Pre-emergence herbicides for field grown peppers - Michelle Le Strange
Evaluation of Insect Repellents and Barriers to Control CMV of Bell Peppers - Joe Nunez
Making Conservation Tillage Work in Fresh Market Tomatoes - Jeff Mitchell
Research Update Worm Control, Herbicides and TSWV resistant varieties - Scott Stoddard


Drip Irrigation of Tomatoes
February 10, 2009 - Stockton, CA

Drip Irrigation Scheduling - Tim Hartz
Managing Fertility in Drip-irrigated Processing Tomatoes - Tim Hartz


2009 Northern San Joaquin Valley Processing Tomato Production Meeting
January 29, 2009, Modesto, CA

Powdery Mildew Control - Brenna Aegerter
Evaluation of Reduced Fall-timed Tillage - Gene Miyao
Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus and Thrips Management - Tom Turini
Crops and Weeds as Sources of Inoculum for Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus - Michelle Le Strange
Update on Weed Control in Tomatoes - Tom Lanini
Developing practical fertility monitoring tools for tomatoes - Tim Hartz
Irrigating Processsing Tomatoes Under Limited Water Supply Conditions - Blaine Hanson


2008 Northern San Joaquin Valley Processing Tomato Production Meeting

January 31, 2008, Modesto, CA
Powdery Mildew Update, Brenna Aegerter
Evaluation of a Triticale Grass Cover Crop, Gene Miyao
Fusarium & Verticillium Wilt Control, Mike Davis
Tomato Resistance Against Root-knot Nematodes, Antoon Ploeg
Spotted Wilt & Tomato yellow Leaf Curl Viruses, Bob Gilbertson
Irrigation & Salinity Management Considerations Under Drip Irrigation, Blaine Hanson
Fertility Management with Drip Irrigation, Tim Hartz

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