Impact of increasing energy costs on pump-irrigated agriculture
AuthorCharles V. Moore
Author AffiliationsCharles V. Moore is Agricultural Economist, Economics, Statistics, and Cooperatives Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, stationed at University of California, Davis.
Hilgardia 35(1):23-24. DOI:10.3733/ca.v035n01p23. January 1981.
AbstractHigher energy costs may cause crop shifts, especially in the heavily pumpirrigated Sacramento and San Joaquin valleys
Moore C. 1981. Impact of increasing energy costs on pump-irrigated agriculture. Hilgardia 35(1):23-24. DOI:10.3733/ca.v035n01p23
Also in this issue:Flight habits of the alfalfa seed chalcid, Bruchophagus roddi Guss. (Hymenoptera: Eurytomidae)
Revitalizing U.S. agricultural and food research
Price savings at California consumer co-ops
Effectiveness of pheromone mass-trapping of the smaller european elm bark beetle
Fungicide protects grapevines from Eutypa
The case for regional groundwater management
Is overdrafting groundwater always bad?
Sex pheromone offers promise for control of artichoke plume moth
Zorro annual fescue for emergency revegetation
Managing range and pasture to suppress tarweed
Cold storage of French prunes may expand dehydrator capacity
Parasitic nematode may control carpenterworm in fig trees
Donations for agricultural research, July 1, 1979—June 30, 1980
The citrus clonal protection program