Peer Reviewed Paper on Five Year Strawberry Study with Acadian

September 20, 2016 No comments yet

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Five-Year Acadian Strawberry Study Presented at the International Strawberry Symposium, August 2016

September 20, 2016 No comments yet

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Results From Real World Replicated Testing, California Plant and Soil Conference

February 11, 2016 No comments yet

Soil and Plant Conference Feb 2016

Commercial Extract of the Brown Seaweed Ascophyllum nodusum, Five Years of Strawberry Trials

February 11, 2016 No comments yet

Five Year Strawberry Summary PGR Conference July 2015

Making Sense of Biostimulants Presentation

February 11, 2016 No comments yet

CAPCA Organic-Sustaniable Production on the Coast 7-9-15

Meister Publishing Bio Controls 2015 Conference

February 11, 2016 No comments yet

BioConference Meister March 2015

Spring 2014 Citrus and Avocado Meeting

March 13, 2014 No comments yet

I recently presented some relevant topics for discussion at AGRX in Oxnard, CA. The subject matter included soil amendment, soil adjuvants for water saving, nutrient use efficiency, young tree establishment programs and my own observations from the effects of this past winter’s lack of rain. Click on the link to read more. Spring 2014 Citrus […]

Holden Research and Consulting Interviewed for Article on Forbes.com

January 10, 2014 No comments yet

I get to work with some interesting technology. I was interviewed by Forbes.com last week about one of my recent projects and here is the article from that interview. Cool Planet: A Company That Makes Biochar And Gasoline

Recent Published Work: Brown Seaweed Extract Suppresses Avocado Thrips and Persea Mites

January 10, 2014 No comments yet

Some of my research data has been published in the proceedings of the First World Congress on the Use of Biostimulants in Agriculture from November, 2012. A Commercial Extract of the Brown Seaweed Ascophyllum nodosum Suppresses Avocado Thrips and Persea Mites in Field-Grown Hass Avocados, A Practical Field Perspective David Holden1, Robin E. Ross2 1 […]

Pesticides and Food Safety

October 28, 2013 No comments yet

Having worked in the research and development of new pesticides now for over thirty years, I think I can confidently say that the development side of new pesticides is providing much safer and more effective pesticides for use in the agricultural production of food and fiber.  The problem though continues to be the perception that […]