Chapter 12 and farm bankruptcy in California
Hilgardia 43(6):28-31. DOI:10.3733/ca.v043n06p28. November 1989.
A study of bankruptcy plans confirmed in California suggests the new Chapter 12 provisions of the Bankruptcy Code have increased the bargaining power of financially distressed farmers relative to their lenders. But Chapter 12 may lead to higher interest rates on new agricultural loans.
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Fusarium ear rot of corn
Pesticide residues and cancer risks
Water seepage from unlined ditches and reservoirs
Wood volume equations for central coast blue gum
Water marketing effects on crop-water management
Cold-tolerant rose clovers
Turfgrass alternatives with low water needs
Suction trap reveals 60 wheat aphid species, including Russian wheat aphid
Subclovers as living mulches for managing weeds in vegetables
Sexuality and genetic behavior in the fungus Hypomyces (Fusarium) solani f. sp. cucurbitae