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1986 11-12 December
16th California Alfalfa Symposium
Sacramento, California
Department of Agronomy and Range Science Extension
University of California, Davis, CA 95616

Proceedings

Year-PG Article Title Author(s)
86-01 Successfully Establishing Alfalfa On Clay Soils In The Sacramento Valley
Toenjes
86-06 Relative Advantages Of Different Dormancies Of Alfalfa Grown In Central And Northern California
Marble
86-36 Irrigating Alfalfa For Maximum Profit
Hanson, Marcum, Benton
86-44 Are You Making A Profit Growing Alfalfa?
Meyer, Marcum, Wilson
86-47 Food Security Act Of 1985
Frick
86-48 Utilizing Bagged And Baled Alfalfa On The Dairy Farm
King
86-50 Effective Dodder Control
Orloff, Canevari, Schmierer, Vargas, Cudney
86-62 Frustration In The Field: A Grower’s Perspective On Dodder Control
Nebeker
86-68 The Use Of Soil Residual Herbicides In Northern San Joaquin And Sacramento Valley Alfalfa Production Areas
Norris
86-71 Development And Use Of Near Infared Reflectance Spectroscopy (Nirs) For Testing Forages
Bath
86-74 The Use Of Alfalfa Hay Analysis In Animal Nutrition
Larsen
86-78 Hay Sampling And Testing Using Nirs At Dairyman’s
Collar
86-80 New Advancements In Nirs Technology, Quality And Minerals In Two Minutes?
Patteson
86-84 The Use And Maintenance Of The Nirs In The Laboratory
Ferreira
86-86 Alfalfa Weed Management In Northeastern California
Schmierer
86-93 Weed Management In Seedling Alfalfa
Canevari
86-100 The Relationship Of Alfalfa Stand To Weeds
Bell
86-105 The Impact Of Changing Fuel Prices On Alfalfa Product Costs
Klonsky
86-110 New Marketing Approaches For Alfalfa Hay
Ross
86-112 Market Potential For Alfalfa Exports And Where Are The Markets
Anderson
86-117 Fall-Winter California Forage Outlook With “Fewer” Cows
Cothern