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1. Supplementing Cattle on Drought Affected Pastures and Ranges Supplementing Cattle on Drought Affected Pastures and Ranges Extended drought can reduce both the amount and quality of feed for cattle, as well as the minerals available from that feed. Cattle owners need to supplement phosphorus, vitamin A, and protein to avoid...

2. Teaching 4-H Oral Reasons Teaching 4-H Oral Reasons Teaches leaders how to help 4-H members give oral reasons for judging items and exhibits. Emphasizes knowledge and gives steps for oral reasoning process.

3. Calibrating and Using a Backpack Sprayer Calibrating and Using a Backpack Sprayer This publication explains appropriate areas of use for backpack sprayers and offers suggestions for choosing one that meets your needs. Describes types of pumps, sprayer tank volume, nozzles, booms, and...

4. Critical Temperatures for Blossom Buds - Cherries (On-line Only) Critical Temperatures for Blossom Buds - Cherries (On-line Only) A useful frost guide for anyone with an orchard or just a few cherry trees. Full color close-ups of blossom buds at various stages are keyed to a chart that gives susceptibility to cold temperatures at...

5. Children's Growth and Guidance Children's Growth and Guidance This publication tells how children grow, and gives growth patterns for ages one through twelve.

6. Irrigation Management Practices to Protect Groundwater and Surface Water Quality in the State of WA Irrigation Management Practices to Protect Groundwater and Surface Water Quality in the State of WA Gives growers best management practices for preserving water quality when irrigating crops.

7. Wildlife Ecology and Forest Habitat Wildlife Ecology and Forest Habitat Discusses how to manage habitat for deer, elk, bear, birds, cougar, lynx, bobcat, wolf, coyote, fox, and small mammals. Tells what types of food, water supply, and shelter each type of animal needs, and...

8. Fall and Winter Gardening in the Pacific Northwest Fall and Winter Gardening in the Pacific Northwest Many cool-season crops produce well in the fall. You may be able to hold them over in the garden in areas west of the Cascades, or where winters are mild. By using protection in mild-winter areas, you...

9. Managing Downy Brome Under Conservation Tillage Systems in the Inland Northwest Cropping Region Managing Downy Brome Under Conservation Tillage Systems in the Inland Northwest Cropping Region Downy brome, Bromus tectorum L., is commonly called cheatgrass. Its rapid growing habit and prolific seed production make it a difficult weed to control in winter wheat. This bulletin gives specific recommendations...

10. Disease Control in Home Lawns Disease Control in Home Lawns Chart of diseases gives symptoms, conditions favoring disease, presence in Washington, cultural and fungicidal management. Home lawn fungicides registered for home use.

11. Home-A-Syst: Household Wastewater Treatment Home-A-Syst: Household Wastewater Treatment This worksheet helps you rank the risk of contaminating your drinking water by how you dispose of household wastewater. Filling out the worksheet gives you specific actions to take to protect your water...

12. Great Vegetable Salads Great Vegetable Salads Veggies have no cholesterol or fat and they're good for reducing diets. This 4-page publication gives weight watching tips, fresh veg facts, shopping hints and buying vegetables in season, good-tasting...

13. Teaching 4-H Oral Reasons Teaching 4-H Oral Reasons Teaches leaders how to help 4-H members give oral reasons for judging items and exhibits. Emphasizes knowledge and gives steps for oral reasoning process.

14. Plant Diseases: An Introduction Plant Diseases: An Introduction The basics of plant diseases are neatly presented on a single fact sheet. Gives brief explanations and an illustration of one very sick plant showing most common appearances of disease on plants. A great...

15. Suggestions for Vegetable Exhibits at Fairs Suggestions for Vegetable Exhibits at Fairs Gives hints on how to exhibit about any vegetable grown in the Pacific Northwest in a simple table. Coordinates with EB1103, which provides more detail.

16. Control of Sheep Keds Control of Sheep Keds The scientific name of the sheep ked, or tick, is Melophagus ovinus. This pest affects the health of domestic or mountain sheep and goats, causing damage to skin and wool, in some cases up to a 25% reduction...

17. Fall and Winter Gardening in the Pacific Northwest Fall and Winter Gardening in the Pacific Northwest Many cool-season crops produce well in the fall. You may be able to hold them over in the garden in areas west of the Cascades, or where winters are mild. By using protection in mild-winter areas, you...
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