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Agricultural easements: A farmland preservation tool
Red imported fire ants discovered in Sacramento
California a supercolony of Argentine ants
SOD found on UC Berkeley campus
Mondavi gift benefits UC Davis wine and food sciences
Introduction: California increases support for agricultural easements
Agricultural easement programs: Saving agriculture or saving the environment?
Agricultural easements limited geographically
Landowners, while pleased with agricultural easements, suggest improvements
Central Valley leaders cautious about agricultural easements
Eradication costs calculated: Red imported fire ants threaten agriculture, wildlife and homes
Minimum tillage practices affect disease and yield of lettuce