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Scott Stoddard

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Farm Advisor   Vegetable Crops and Limited Resource Farms
Cooperative Extension Merced County
2145 Wardrobe Avenue
Merced, CA 95341-6445
(209) 385-7403
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Education

M.Sc. Soil Science, University of Kentucky. 1995

Specialty

Soil fertility and conservation, tomatoes, peppers, sweetpotatoes, weed management

Areas of Expertise (click to see all ANR academics with this expertise)

Bibliography

Peer Reviewed

  • La Bonte, D.L.; Clark, C.A., et al. (2015). "'Bellevue' Sweetpotato." HortScience 50(6): 930-931.
  • Stoddard, C.S.; Lanini, W.T. (2015). Field bindweed management in drip irrigated processing tomatoes. XIII International Symposium on Processing Tomato, Acta.Hort (ISHS).
  • LaBonte, D.; Clark, C., et al. (2014). "'Burgundy' sweet potato." HortScience 49(5): 669-671.
  • Lanini, W.; Miyao, G., et al. (2014). Sweetpotato (Ipomea batatas). Principles of Weed Control.S. Fennimore and C. Bell. Salinas, California, California Weed Science Society.
  • Stoddard, C. (2014). Tomato (Solanum Lyopersicum). Principles of Weed Control.S. Fennimore and C. Bell. Salinas, California, California Weed Science Society.
  • Stoddard, C.; Davis, C., et al. (2013). Sweetpotato production in California. UC ANR. 7237
  • Stoddard, C. (2013). Tomatoes. UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines. UC ANR. 3470
  • Stoddard, C. (2011). Cucurbits. UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines. UC ANR. 3445
  • LeStrange, M.; Gilbertson, B., et al. (2011). Tomato spotted wilt disease in the Central Valley. CAPCA Adviser. 14: 33-39.
  • Stoddard, C. (2011). Tomatoes. UC IPM Pest Management Guidelines. UC ANR. 3470
  • Smith, T.; Stoddard, C., et al. (2009). Sweetpotato Production in the United States. The Sweetpotato.G. Loebenstein and G. Thottappilly. Springer Science & Business Media B.V.: 287-323.
  • Hartz, T.; Cantwell, M., et al. (2008). Cantaloupe production in California. UC ANR. Publication 7218
  • LaBonte, D.; Villordon, A., et al. (2008). "Murasaki-29 Sweetpotato." HortScience 43(6): 1895-1896.
  • Hartz, T.; Miyao, G., et al. (2008). Processing tomato production in California. UC ANR. Publication 7228
  • Stoddard, C.; LeStrange, M., et al. (2007). Sample costs to produce fresh market tomatoes, San Joaquin Valley Furrow Irrigated. Davis, CA, UCCE.
  • Stoddard, C.; Klonsky, K., et al. (2006). Sample costs to produce sweetpotatoes. Davis, CA, UCCE.
  • Stoddard, C.; Grove, J., et al. (2005). "Fertilizer, tillage, and dairy manure contributions to nitrate and herbicide leaching." Journal of Environmental Quality 34: 1354-1362.
  • LeStrange, M.; Weir, B., et al. (2000). Sample costs to produce fresh market tomatoes in the San Joaquin Valley. Davis, CA, UCCE.
  • Stoddard, C.; Coyne, M., et al. (1998). "Fecal bacteria survival and infiltration through a shallow agricultural soil: timing and tillage effects." Journal of Environmental Quality 27: 1516-1523.

Non-Peer Reviewed

  • Stoddard, C.S. (2015). On-farm research and testing: Suggestions for making a good evaluation. Fresno, California Chapter of the American Society of Agronomy. 1: 31-33.
  • Stoddard, C.S. (2015). Phosphorous and Boron Fertilizer Impacts on Sweetpotato Production and Long-term Storage. CDFA FREP Final Report. https://www.cdfa.ca.gov/is/frep/view.aspx,
  • Stoddard, C.S. (2015). Phosphorous and Boron Fertilizer Impacts on Sweetpotato Production and Storage. Nashville, TN, National Sweet Potato Collaborators Group.
  • Bolba, M.; Stoddard, S. (2015). Potassium nutrition of plants and soil.M. Bolba. http://cesantacruz.ucanr.edu/UC_Blogs/?blogasset=52440&start=6,
  • Stoddard, C.S. (2015). Sweetpotato Tips. http://cemerced.ucanr.edu/news_392/Sweet_Potato_Tips/, 1: 1-3.
  • Stoddard, C.S. (2015). Vegetable Crops Facts. http://cemerced.ucanr.edu/Vegetable_Crops/, 1: 1-4.
  • Stoddard, C. (2014). California Sweetpotato Update. Merced County Farm News.
  • Stoddard, C. (2014). California Update. National Sweet Potato Newsletter. The U.S. Sweet Potato Council, Inc.
  • Stoddard, C.; Lanini, W., et al. (2014). Field bindweed management for processing tomatoes. 2014 California Weed Science Society (Proceedings). 66
  • Stoddard, C.; Lanini, W. (2014). "Field bindweed management in drip irrigated processing tomatoes." Chronica Horticulturae 54(3)
  • Stoddard, C. (2014). Sweetpotato Research Progress Report 2013.
  • Stoddard, C. (2014). Sweetpotato Tips Newsletter.
  • Stoddard, C.; LaBonte, D. (2014). "Testing the new sweetpotato cultivar L-06-52 (LSU52) in California." HortScience 49(9): S43.
  • Stoddard, C. (2014). Vegetable Crops Facts Newsletter.
  • Stoddard, C. (2013). BCTV, Roundup, and Fusarium in tomatoes. Merced County Farm News.
  • Stoddard, C. (2013). California Update. National Sweet Potato Newsletter. The U.S. Sweet Potato Council, Inc.
  • Batuman, O.; McRoberts, N., et al. (2013). Development of a risk assessment system for tomato spotted wilt disease in processing tomato fields in the Central Valley of California. 4th International Symposium on Tomato Diseases, Orlando, FL.
  • Stoddard, C.; Lanini, W. (2013). Field bindweed management for processing tomatoes. 2013 California Weed Science Society (Proceedings). 65
  • Turini, T.; Gilbertson, B., et al. (2013). Research-based tomato spotted wilt virus management plan in central California processing tomatoes. California Chapter of the American Society of Agronomy 2013 Conference (Proceedings).
  • Stoddard, C. (2013). Soil moisture content and irrigation management for vegetables. Merced County Farm News.
  • Stoddard, C. (2013). Sweetpotato Research Progress Report 2012.
  • Stoddard, C. (2013). Sweetpotato Tips newsletter.
  • Stoddard, C. (2013). Sweetpotato Tips Newsletter.
  • Stoddard, C.; LaBonte, D. (2013). "Sweetpotato variety development in California." HortScience 48(9): S15.
  • Stoddard, C. (2013). Sweetpotatoes are healthy eating for the holidays. Merced County Farm News.
  • Stoddard, C. (2013). Vegetable Crops Facts Newsletter.
  • Stoddard, C. (2013). Vegetable Crops Facts Newsletter.
  • Stoddard, C. (2012). California Sweetpotato Update. Merced County Farm News.
  • Stoddard, C. (2012). California Update. National Sweet Potato Newsletter. The U.S. Sweet Potato Council, Inc.
  • Stoddard, C. (2012). California Update. National Sweet Potato Newsletter. The U.S. Sweet Potato Council, Inc.
  • Stoddard, C. (2012). California Update. National Sweet Potato Newsletter. The U.S. Sweet Potato Council, Inc.
  • Aegerter, B.; Miyao, G., et al. (2012). "Control of tomato powdery mildew (Leveillula taurica) and impacts on fruit yield and quality in central California." Phytopathology (Abstract) 102(Supplement 6): S6.7.
  • Stoddard, C.; Schwankle, L., et al. (2012). Determining the water requirements of drip irrigated sweetpotatoes in California. National Sweetpotato Collaborators Group.
  • Stoddard, C.; Turini, T. (2012). Drip Irrigated Double-Row Tomatoes on 80-inch Beds (Final). 2012 Annual Project Report. California Tomato Research Institute.: 1-9.
  • Lanini, W.; Stoddard, C. (2012). Field bindweed management in drip irrigated and furrow irrigated processing tomatoes. 2012 Annual Project Report. California Research Institute.: 143-154.
  • Stoddard, C. (2012). Merced and Yams go Hand in Hand. Merced County Farm News.
  • Stoddard, C. (2012). Sweetpotato Research Progress Report 2011.
  • Stoddard, C. (2012). Sweetpotato Tips Newsletter.
  • Stoddard, C. (2012). Sweetpotato Tips Newsletter.
  • Stoddard, C. (2012). Sweetpotato Tips newsletter.
  • Stoddard, C. (2012). Vegetable Crops Facts Newsletter.
  • Stoddard, C. (2011). Bacterial speck management in tomato fields. Merced County Farm News.
  • Stoddard, C. (2011). California Update. National Sweet Potato Newsletter. The U.S. Sweet Potato Council, Inc.
  • Stoddard, C.; Turini, T. (2011). Drip Irrigated Double-Row Tomatoes on 80-inch Beds. 2011 Annual Project Report. California Tomato Research Institute.: 1-6.
  • Stoddard, C. (2011). Efficacy of nematocides and metam sodium on field production to sweetpotatoes in California. National Sweetpotato Collaborators Group.
  • Cavanaugh, P.; Stoddard, C. (2011). Sweet Potato Early Planting Underway. 15: 4-7.
  • Stoddard, C. (2011). Sweetpotato Tips newsletter.
  • Stoddard, C. (2011). Sweetpotato Tips newsletter.
  • Stoddard, C.; Davis, R., et al. (2011). The hotbed system for sweetpotato planting stock: is soil fumigation necessary. Annual International Research Conference on Methyl Bromide Alternatives and Emissions Reductions.
  • Stoddard, C. (2011). UCCE Statewide Processing Tomato Variety Evaluation Trials, 2011. 2011 Annual Project Report. California Tomato Research Institute.: 25-40.
  • Stoddard, C. (2011). Vegetable Crops Facts. 2
  • Stoddard, C. (2010). California Update. National Sweet Potato Newsletter. The U.S. Sweet Potato Council, Inc.
  • Stoddard, C. (2010). California Update. National Sweet Potato Newsletter. The U.S. Sweet Potato Council, Inc.
  • Stoddard, C.; Turini, T. (2010). Drip Irrigated Double-Row Tomatoes on 80-inch Beds. Annual Project Report. California Tomato Research Institute.: 9-14.
  • Stoddard, C.; Davis, R., et al. (2010). Methyl bromide alternatives show good potential for sweetpotato hotbeds. Annual International Research Conference on Methyl Bromide Alternatives and Emissions Reductions.
  • Stoddard, C.; Davis, R., et al. (2010). "Methyl bromide fumigation alternatives for sweetpotato hotbeds in California, year 2." HortScience 45(4): 506.
  • Stoddard, C. (2010). Norman Borlaug: The greatest human being, and you’ve probably never heard of him. Merced County Farm News.
  • Stoddard, C. (2010). Sweetpotato Tips newsletter.
  • Stoddard, C. (2010). Sweetpotato Tips newsletter.
  • Stoddard, C. (2010). TSWV Update. Merced County Farm News.
  • Stoddard, C.; Turini, T. (2010). UCCE Statewide Processing Tomato Variety Evaluation Trials, 2010. Annual Project Report. California Tomato Research Institute.: 23-36.
  • Stoddard, C. (2010). Vegetable Crops Facts newsletter.
  • Stoddard, C. (2009). California sweet potato update. National Sweet Potato Newsletter.C. Walker. The United States Sweetpotato Council Inc.
  • Stoddard, C. (2009). California sweet potato update. National Sweet Potato Newsletter.C. Walker. The United States Sweetpotato Council Inc.
  • Stoddard, C. (2009). California sweetpotato Industry faces fumigation challenges. Merced County Farm News.
  • Stoddard, C. (2009). Deficit Irrigation for Processing tomatoes. Merced County Farm News.
  • Aegerter, B.; Stoddard, C., et al. (2009). "Evaluation of a forecast model for tomato powdery mildew (Leveillula taurica) in central California." Phytopathology 99: S181.
  • Stoddard, C. (2009). Improving yield and quality of sweet potato in California with proper fertilization. IPNI Insights.
  • Stoddard, C. (2009). Methyl bromide fumigation alternatives for sweetpotato hotbeds in California: Year 2. Methyl Bromide Alternatives Outreach Conference, San Diego, CA.
  • Stoddard, C. (2009). Sweetpotato fumigation challenges. Vegetable West Grower & PCA. 13: 14-17.
  • Stoddard, C.; Saltveit, M. (2009). Sweetpotato storage trial: varieties, fertilizer, and controlled storage. Final report to The Sweet Potato Council of California.
  • Stoddard, C.; Saltveit, M. (2009). Sweetpotato storage trials: variety differences, storage conditions, and fertilizer effects. National Sweetpotato Collaborators Group Annual Report.
  • Stoddard, C.; Saltveit, M. (2009). Sweetpotato Storage Trials: variety differences, storage conditions, and fertilizer effects. NACAA Annual Meeting and Professional Improvement Conference, Portland OR.
  • Stoddard, C. (2009). Sweetpotato Tips newsletter.
  • Stoddard, C. (2009). UCCE Statewide processing tomato variety evaluation trials, 2008. California Tomato Research Institute 2007 Annual Project Report.: 11-31.
  • Stoddard, C. (2009). UCCE Statewide Processing Tomato Variety Evaluation Trials, 2008. The California Tomato Grower. 52: 14-21.
  • Stoddard, C. (2009). Vegetable Crops Annual Report, 2008.R. Mahacek.
  • Stoddard, C. (2009). Vegetable Crops Facts newsletter.
  • Stoddard, C. (2009). Vegetable Crops Facts newsletter.
  • LeStrange, M.; Stoddard, C., et al. (2009). Weeds and Crops as Sources of Inoculum for Tomato Spotted Wilt Virus in California. California Weed Science Society.
  • Stoddard, C. (2008). California sweet potato update. National Sweet Potato Newsletter.C. Walker. The United States Sweetpotato Council Inc.
  • Stoddard, C. (2008). California sweet potato update. National Sweet Potato Newsletter.C. Walker. The United States Sweetpotato Council Inc.
  • Stoddard, C. (2008). California sweet potato update. National Sweet Potato Newsletter.C. Walker. The United States Sweetpotato Council Inc.
  • Stoddard, C. (2008). Methyl bromide fumigation alternatives for sweetpotato hotbeds in California. Methyl Bromide Alternatives Outreach Conference, Orlando, FL.
  • Stoddard, C. (2008). Methyl bromide fumigation alternatives for sweetpotato hotbeds in California. National Sweetpotato Collaborators Group Progress Report 2007. Ashville, NC,
  • Stoddard, C.; LeStrange, M., et al. (2008). San Joaquin Valley Fresh Market Tomato Variety Trials: Field Evaluations 2007.
  • Stoddard, C. (2008). Sweetpotato production over the years. Vegetables West Grower & PCA. 12: 10-11.
  • Stoddard, C. (2008). UCCE Statewide processing tomato variety evaluation trials, 2007. California Tomato Research Institute 2007 Annual Project Report.: 11-31.
  • Stoddard, C. (2008). UCCE Statewide Processing Tomato Variety Evaluation, 2007. The California Tomato Grower. 51
  • Stoddard, C. (2007). California sweet potato update. National Sweet Potato Newsletter.C. Walker. The United States Sweetpotato Council Inc.
  • Stoddard, C. (2007). California Sweet Potato Update. National Sweet Potato Newsletter.C. Walker. The United States Sweetpotato Council Inc.
  • Stoddard, C.; LaBonte, D. (2007). Commercial sweetpotato varieties in California and potential fit of L-01-29. National Sweetpotato Collaborators Group Progress Report 2006.
  • Stoddard, C. (2007). Home grown tomatoes. Merced County Farm News.
  • Stoddard, C. (2007). Methyl bromide fumigation alternatives for sweetpotato hotbeds in California. Methyl Bromide Alternatives Outreach Conference, San Diego, CA.
  • Stoddard, C. (2007). Processing tomato variety evaluation. CAPCA Adviser. 10
  • Stoddard, C.; LeStrange, M., et al. (2007). Sample Costs—Fresh market tomatoes. Vegetables West Grower & PCA. 11: 12, 22.
  • Stoddard, C. (2007). Sweetpotato collaborators group annual meeting recap. National Sweet Potato Newsletter.C. Walker. The United States Sweetpotato Council Inc.
  • Stoddard, C. (2007). Sweetpotato collaborators group to meet February 3-4. National Sweet Potato Newsletter.C. Walker. The United States Sweetpotato Council Inc.
  • Stoddard, C. (2007). Sweetpotato Research Progress Report for the 2006 Season. UCCE Merced County.
  • Stoddard, C. (2007). Sweetpotato Tips newsletter.
  • Stoddard, C. (2007). UCCE Statewide Processing Tomato Variety Evaluation, 2006. The California Tomato Grower. 50
  • Stoddard, C. (2007). Vegetable Crops Facts newsletter.
  • Stoddard, C. (2006). Vegetable Crops Facts. 8: 3.
  • Stoddard, C. (2006). Vegetable Crops Facts. 8: 4.
  • Stoddard, C. (2006). California Sweet Potato Update. National Sweet Potato Newsletter.C. Walker. The United States Sweetpotato Council Inc.
  • Stoddard, C. (2006). Combining dairy manure and no-till—can it be done? San Joaquin County Field Notes. 1: 3.
  • Stoddard, C. (2006). Farm Focus: Managing water in hot weather. Los Banos Enterprise.
  • Stoddard, C. (2006). Grow and Earth Day garden. Merced Sun Star.
  • Stoddard, C. (2006). Herbicide control of nightshade and nutsedge in tomatoes. Vegetable Notes.M. LeStrange. 2: 3.
  • Stoddard, C. (2006). Herbicide control of nightshade and nutsedge in tomatoes. Vegetable Crops Facts. 8: 5.
  • Stoddard, C. (2006). Herbicide trials on California sweet potatoes. Vegetables West Grower & PCA. 10: 18-20.
  • Stoddard, C. (2006). Managing water in hot weather. Merced Sun Star.
  • Stoddard, C. (2006). Nightshade, nutsedge tomato controls viewed. Western Farm Press.
  • Stoddard, C. (2006). Pre-plant Valor, Roundup post, and chemigation of Devrinol in drip irrigated sweetpotatoes: weed and variety effects. National Sweetpotato Collaborators Group Progress Report 2005.
  • Stoddard, C. (2006). Protecting fields with IPM research. Merced County Farm News.
  • Stoddard, C. (2006). Sample costs to produce sweetpotatoes in California. National Sweetpotato Collaborators Group Progress Report 2005.
  • Stoddard, C.; LeStrange, M., et al. (2006). Statewide Fresh Market Tomato Variety Field Evaluations for 2005. Vegetable Notes.M. LeStrange. 2: 2.
  • Stoddard, C.; LeStrange, M., et al. (2006). Statewide Fresh Market Tomato Variety Field Evaluations for 2005. Vegetable Crops Facts. 8: 2.
  • Stoddard, C. (2006). Sweet Potato Production Issues in California. National Sweet Potato Newsletter.C. Walker. The United States Sweetpotato Council Inc.
  • Stoddard, C. (2006). Sweetpotato Research Progress Report for the 2005 Season. UCCE Merced County.
  • Stoddard, C. (2006). Sweetpotato Tips newsletter. UCCE Merced County.
  • Stoddard, C. (2006). Sweetpotato Tips newsletter. UCCE Merced County.
  • Stoddard, C. (2006). Tomato Research Progress Report for the 2005 Season. UCCE Merced County.
  • Stoddard, C. (2006). Tomato woes. Merced Sun Star.
  • Stoddard, C. (2006). UCCE Variety Evaluation Report. The California Tomato Grower. 48: 8-11.
  • Stoddard, C. (2005). Bacterial speck is a threat. Merced Sun Star.
  • Stoddard, C. (2005). Chocolate in the garden? Merced Sun Star.
  • Stoddard, C. (2005). Combining dairy manure and no-till—can it be done? Merced County Dairy Notes Newsletter.
  • Norton, M.; Stoddard, C. (2005). Contribution of selected crops in Merced County. Merced County Farm News.: 5.
  • Stoddard, C. (2005). Home grown tomatoes are summer. Merced Sun Star.
  • Stoddard, C. (2005). Learning just what a Farm Advisor does. Merced Sun Star.
  • Stoddard, C. (2005). Modified crops continue to spur debate. Merced Sun Star.
  • Stoddard, C. (2005). Sweet potato or yam? Merced Sun Star.
  • Stoddard, C. (2005). Sweet potato or yam? Merced County Farm News. Farm Bureau.: 12.
  • Stoddard, C. (2005). Sweetpotato Research Progress Report for the 2004 Season. UCCE Merced County.
  • Stoddard, C. (2005). Tomato Research Progress Report for the 2004 Season. UCCE Merced County.
  • Stoddard, C. (2004). 2003 Sweetpotato Research Progress Report. UCCE Merced County.
  • Stoddard, C. (2004). 2003 Tomato Research Progress Report. UCCE Merced County.
  • Stoddard, C. (2004). As heat wanes, so should irrigation. Merced Sun Star.
  • Stoddard, C. (2004). Con-till – Can it work in California? Merced Sun Star.
  • Stoddard, C. (2004). Effects of different rates of N and K on drip irrigated Beauregard sweetpotatoes. CDFA Fertilizer Research and Education Conference Final Report.
  • Stoddard, C. (2004). Herbicides Studied. The California Tomato Grower. 47
  • Stoddard, C. (2004). Merced and yams go hand in hand. Merced Sun Star.
  • Stoddard, C. (2004). Regulations, Economics driving changes in tomato production. Merced Sun Star.
  • Stoddard, C. (2004). The sweetness of farming on Honcut or Woo. Merced Sun Star.
  • Stoddard, C. (2004). UCCE Statewide Processing Tomato Variety Evaluation Trials, 2003. The California Tomato Grower. 47
  • Stoddard, C. (2004). Uncommon disease year in tomatoes. Merced Sun Star.
  • Stoddard, C. (2003). California’s “Clean Seed” Sweetpotato Program. UC Delivers. UCCE Merced County.
  • Stoddard, C. (2003). Effect of different rates of nitrogen and potassium on drip irrigated Beauregard sweetpotatoes. CDFA Fertilizer Research and Education Conference.
  • Stoddard, C. (2003). Effect of different rates of nitrogen and potassium on drip irrigated Beauregard sweetpotatoes. CDFA Fertilizer Research and Education Conference.
  • Stoddard, C.; Norton, M. (2003). Salinity control. American Vegetable Grower. 51: 26b-27b.
  • Stoddard, C.; Barrett, D., et al. (2003). UCCE Statewide Processing Tomato Variety Evaluation Trials. UCCE Merced County.
  • Stoddard, C. (2002). Fresh market and processing tomato research trials. Research Progress Report. UCCE Merced County.
  • Stoddard, C. (2002). Sweetpotato Research Trial. Research Progress Report. UCCE Merced County.
  • Weir, B.; Hutmacher, R., et al. (2001). Double row 30-inch cotton: field experiences. California Cotton Review. 61
  • Weir, B.; Stoddard, C. (2001). Response to Albion Metalosates by cotton, tomato, and sweetpotato. Plant Nutrition Seminar, Salt Lake City, UT.
  • Weir, B.; Stoddard, C. (2001). Sweetpotato Research Trials. Research Progress Report. UCCE Merced County.
  • Weir, B.; Stoddard, C. (2001). Tomato and melon research trials. Research Progress Report. UCCE Merced County.
  • Weir, B.; Stoddard, C. (2000). Current sweetpotato (Ipomea batatas) research in Merced County. Vegetable Crops Continuing Conference, Davis, CA.
  • Weir, B.; Stoddard, C. (2000). Monitoring worms in muskmelons. Research Progress Report. UCCE Merced County.
  • Weir, B.; Stoddard, C. (2000). Processing and fresh market tomato research trials. Research Progress Report. UCCE Merced County.
  • Weir, B.; Stoddard, C. (2000). Sweetpotato Research Trials. Research Progress Report. UCCE Merced County.
  • Weir, B.; Stoddard, C. (1999). Cantaloupe Variety Trial. Research Progress Report. UCCE Merced County.
  • Weir, B.; Stoddard, C. (1999). Processing Tomato Research Trials. Research Progress Report. UCCE Merced County.
  • Weir, B.; Stoddard, C. (1999). Sweetpotato Research Trials. Research Progress Report. UCCE Merced County.
  • Weir, B.; Stoddard, C. (1999). Using Dual Magnum for weed control in peppers. Research Progress Report. UCCE Merced County.
  • Weir, B.; Stoddard, C. (1998). Evaluation of Metalosate foliar nutrients on processing tomatoes. Research Progress Report. UCCE Merced County.
  • Weir, B.; Stoddard, C. (1998). Fresh Market Tomato Variety Trial. Research Progress Report. UCCE Merced County.
  • Weir, B.; Stoddard, C. (1998). Fresh Market Tomato Variety Trial and Post Harvest Evaluation of Israeli Lines. Research Progress Report. UCCE Merced County.
  • Weir, B.; Stoddard, C. (1998). Fresh Market Tomato Variety Trial and Worm Monitoring Results. Research Progress Report. UCCE Merced County.
  • Weir, B.; Stoddard, C. (1998). Israeli Cantaloupe (Muskmelon) Variety Trial. Research Progress Report. UCCE Merced County.
  • Weir, B.; Stoddard, C. (1998). Sweetpotato Variety Trials. Research Progress Report. UCCE Merced County.
  • Weir, B.; Stoddard, C. (1998). Weed and insecticide control trials on tomatoes and peppers. Research Progress Report. UCCE Merced County.
  • Grove, J.; Stoddard, C., et al. (1997). Nitrogen fertilizer versus manure: nitrate leaching through the vadose zone. Kentucky Water Resources Annual Symposium, Lexington, KY, KY Water Resources Institute.
  • Stoddard, C.; Grove, J., et al. (1996). "Fertilizer, tillage, and dairy manure contributions to nitrate leaching through the vadose zone." Agronomy Abstracts, American Society of Agronomy
  • Grove, J.; Stoddard, C., et al. (1996). Nitrate leaching under corn is not well related to choice of conservation tillage system. Southern Tillage Conference, Jackson, TN.
  • Grove, J.; Stoddard, C., et al. (1996). "Tillage, nitrogen fertilizer, and dairy manure timing effects on corn yield and soil nitrate." Agronomy Abstracts, American Society of Agronomy
  • Grove, J.; Stoddard, C., et al. (1995). Manure as a source of leached nitrate in tilled and untilled soil. Southern Tillage Conference, Jackson, MS.
  • Stoddard, C.; Grove, J. (1994). Combining manure and conservation tillage for profitable yields. Southern Tillage Conference, Columbia, SC.

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