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- Rutledge, Zachariah and Pierre Mérel. "A Declining Farm Labor Supply Could Cost California Farmers Billions."
- Ayres, Andrew B. and Caitlin A. Peterson. "Dryland Cropping May Present a Cost-Effective Response to Dust From Idled Lands."
- Sayre, James E. "Developments in the Avocado Sector and Their Implications for California Producers and Consumers."
Most Popular Articles in the Last Five Years
- Hanbin Lee, Richard J. Sexton, and Daniel A. Sumner. "Voter-Approved Proposition to Raise California Pork Prices."
- Brittney K. Goodrich and Jennie L. Durant. "Going Nuts for More Bees: Factors Influencing California Almond Pollination Fees."
- Ellen M. Bruno, Richard J. Sexton, and Daniel A. Sumner. "The Coronavirus and the Food Supply Chain."
- Ellen M. Bruno and Katrina Jessoe. "Climate Change and California’s Water Supply: How Can We Adapt?"
- Olena Sambucci and Julian M. Alston. "The True Value of California Wine Grapes."