Specialty crops and value-added products: a bright spot in California agriculture
Author AffiliationsCounty Director, UC Cooperative Extension, Marin County.
Hilgardia 57(3):66-66. DOI:10.3733/ca.v057n03p66. July 2003.
Rilla E. 2003. Specialty crops and value-added products: a bright spot in California agriculture. Hilgardia 57(3):66-66. DOI:10.3733/ca.v057n03p66
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