Stephen Kaffka
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Ten-year comparison of the influence of organic and conventional crop management practices on the content of flavonoids in tomatoes
AE Mitchell, YJ Hong, E Koh, DM Barrett, DE Bryant, RF Denison, S Kaffka
Journal of agricultural and food chemistry 55 (15), 6154-6159, 2007
Response of safflower (Carthamus tinctorius L.) to saline soils and irrigation: I. Consumptive water use
ES Bassil, SR Kaffka
Agricultural water management 54 (1), 67-80, 2002
Take a closer look: biofuels can support environmental, economic and social goals
BE Dale, JE Anderson, RC Brown, S Csonka, VH Dale, G Herwick, ...
Environmental science & technology 48 (13), 7200-7203, 2014
A low-carbon fuel standard for California part 1: technical analysis
AE Farrell, D Sperling, SM Arons, AR Brandt, MA Delucchi, A Eggert, ...
A landscape perspective on sustainability of agricultural systems
VH Dale, KL Kline, SR Kaffka, JWA Langeveld
Landscape ecology 28 (6), 1111-1123, 2013
Simulating greenhouse gas budgets of four California cropping systems under conventional and alternative management
SD Gryze, A Wolf, SR Kaffka, J Mitchell, DE Rolston, SR Temple, J Lee, ...
Ecological applications 20 (7), 1805-1819, 2010
Safflower production in California
SR Kaffka, TE Kearney
UCANR Publications, 1998
A long‐term comparison of the influence of organic and conventional crop management practices on the content of the glycoalkaloid α‐tomatine in tomatoes
E Koh, S Kaffka, AE Mitchell
Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture 93 (7), 1537-1542, 2013
Short‐term sustainability of drainage water reuse: Spatio‐temporal impacts on soil chemical properties
DL Corwin, SM Lesch, JD Oster, SR Kaffka
Journal of Environmental Quality 37 (S5), S-8-S-24, 2008
Modeling wildlife and other trade‐offs with biofuel crop production
DM Stoms, FW Davis, MW Jenner, TM Nogeire, SR Kaffka
Gcb Bioenergy 4 (3), 330-341, 2012
L Panella, SR Kaffka, RT Lewellen, J Mitchell McGrath, MS Metzger, ...
Yield gains in major US field crops 33, 357-395, 2014
Sugar Beet (Beta vulgaris L) as a Biofuel Feedstock in the United States
L Panella, SR Kaffka
Sustainability of the Sugar and Sugar− Ethanol Industries, 163-175, 2010
Sugar beet performance with curly top is related to virus accumulation and age at infection
WM Wintermantel, SR Kaffka
Plant disease 90 (5), 657-662, 2006
Response of safflower (Carthamus tinctorius L.) to residual soil N following cotton (Gossypium spp.) in rotation in the San Joaquin Valley of California
ES Bassil, SR Kaffka, RA Hutmacher
The Journal of Agricultural Science 138 (4), 395-402, 2002
Response of safflower (Carthamus tinctorius L.) to saline soil and irrigation II. Crop response to salinity
ES Bassil, SR Kaffka
Agric. Water Manage 54, 81-92, 2002
Sugar beet ethanol (Beta vulgaris L.): A promising low-carbon pathway for ethanol production in California
A Alexiades, A Kendall, KS Winans, SR Kaffka
Journal of Cleaner Production 172, 3907-3917, 2018
Bioenergy and food security
P Osseweijer, HK Watson, FX Johnson, M Batistella, L Cortez, L Lynd, ...
Bioenergy & Sustainability: Bridging the Gaps (eds Souza GM, Victoria R …, 2015
Use of saline drainage waters for irrigation
SR Grattan, JD Oster, SE Benes, SR Kaffka
Agricultural Salinity Assessment and Management, 2nd ed.; Wallender, WW …, 2012
Saline-sodic drainage water: A resource for forage production
JD Oster, SR Kaffka, MC Shannon, SR Grattan
Proceedings of the 17th International Congress on Irrigation and Drainage, 11-19, 1999
Measurement and simulation of water-use by canola and camelina under cool-season conditions in California
N George, SE Thompson, J Hollingsworth, S Orloff, S Kaffka
Agricultural Water Management 196, 15-23, 2018
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