Jessica R. Goldberger
Jessica R. Goldberger
Professor | Agriculture & Food Systems | Rural Sociology | Washington State University
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Policy considerations for limiting unintended residual plastic in agricultural soils
M Brodhagen, JR Goldberger, DG Hayes, DA Inglis, TL Marsh, C Miles
Environmental Science & Policy 69, 81-84, 2017
Conventionalization, civic engagement, and the sustainability of organic agriculture
JR Goldberger
Journal of Rural Studies 27 (3), 288-296, 2011
Barriers and bridges to the adoption of biodegradable plastic mulches for US specialty crop production
JR Goldberger, RE Jones, CA Miles, RW Wallace, DA Inglis
Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 30 (2), 143-153, 2015
Non-governmental organizations, strategic bridge building, and the “scientization” of organic agriculture in Kenya
JR Goldberger
Agriculture and Human Values 25, 271-289, 2008
Polyethylene and biodegradable plastic mulches for strawberry production in the United States: Experiences and opinions of growers in three regions
JR Goldberger, LW DeVetter, KE Dentzman
HortTechnology 29 (5), 619-628, 2019
Biological control adoption in western US orchard systems: results from grower surveys
JR Goldberger, N Lehrer
Biological Control 102, 101-111, 2016
Diffusion and adoption of non-certified organic agriculture: a case study from semi-arid Makueni District, Kenya
JR Goldberger
Journal of Sustainable Agriculture 32 (4), 531-564, 2008
Bt corn farmer compliance with insect resistance management requirements in Minnesota and Wisconsin
TM Hurley, J Goldberger, J Merrill
AgBioForum, 2005
Gender and agricultural science: Evidence from two surveys of land‐grant scientists
FH Buttel, JR Goldberger
Rural Sociology 67 (1), 24-45, 2002
A survey of weed management in organic small grains and forage systems in the northwest United States
NE Tautges, JR Goldberger, IC Burke
Weed Science 64 (3), 513-522, 2016
Commercial bakers and the relocalization of wheat in western Washington State
KM Hills, JR Goldberger, SS Jones
Agriculture and Human Values 30, 365-378, 2013
Decisions to direct market: Geographic influences on conventions in organic production
JL Sage, JR Goldberger
Applied Geography 34, 57-65, 2012
Field evidence and grower perceptions on the roles of an omnivore, European earwig, in apple orchards
RJ Orpet, JR Goldberger, DW Crowder, VP Jones
Biological Control 132, 189-198, 2019
Perceptions and outcomes of conventional vs. organic apple orchard management
RJ Orpet, VP Jones, EH Beers, JP Reganold, JR Goldberger, ...
Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment 289, 106723, 2020
University‐industry relationships in Colleges of Agriculture and Life Sciences: The role of women faculty
JA Crowe, JR Goldberger
Rural Sociology 74 (4), 498-524, 2009
Assessing farmer interest in participatory plant breeding: Who wants to work with scientists?
JC Dawson, JR Goldberger
Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 23 (3), 177-187, 2008
Plastic scraps: biodegradable mulch films and the aesthetics of ‘good farming’in US specialty crop production
K Dentzman, JR Goldberger
Agriculture and Human Values 37 (1), 83-96, 2020
From planning to execution to the future: An overview of a concerted effort to enhance biological control in apple, pear, and walnut orchards in the western US
VP Jones, NJ Mills, JF Brunner, DR Horton, EH Beers, TR Unruh, ...
Biological Control 102, 1-6, 2016
Azinphos-methyl (AZM) phase-out: Actions and attitudes of apple growers in Washington State
JR Goldberger, N Lehrer, JF Brunner
Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems 26 (4), 276-286, 2011
Research Orientations and Sources of Influence: Agricultural Scientists in the US Land‐Grant System
JR Goldberger
Rural Sociology 66 (1), 69-92, 2001
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