Table of contents
88The Dean Retires After 21 Year at the Helm
Sustainable Agriculture Takes Root in Utah
90 Computer Program Help Agriculture Prepare for Environrnental Regulations
92 Sustainable Agriculture: Easy to Support, Difficult to Implement
97 The Fieldwork of Innovation
Better Methods of Pest Control
99 Several Insects Promise to Control Weeds
102 New Farming Tactics May Not Reduce Need for Herbicides
104 Studies Examine Biocontrol of Russian Wheat Aphid
105 Research in Brief
Conserving and Protecting Water
109 Conserving Water by a Reduction in Leaching
110 Is There Enough Water for Both Farms and Cities along the Wasatch Front?
113 Helping Ranchers Make the Right Choices
114 Training Livestock Could Cut Oil, Pesticide Use
115 A Ban on Grazing Unlikely to Improve Some Rangeland
118 Saving Endangered Plant while Stopping Grasshoppers
121 Integrated Pest Management Gain a Foothold in Fruit Orchards
125 Study Weigh Advantage, Disadvantages
"Utah Science Vol. 52 No. 3, Fall 1991,"
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Available at: http://digitalcommons.usu.edu/utscience/vol52/iss3/1