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1. Horse Waste and Land Management Manual Horse Waste and Land Management Manual This manual discusses the importance of clean water as a resource for Washington's fish, shellfish, and human populations, and how horse owners/managers can better control the impacts horses have on water...

2. Weed Management for Cover Establishment and Maintenance on Conservation Reserve Program Acres Weed Management for Cover Establishment and Maintenance on Conservation Reserve Program Acres The Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) is an aggressive government program which sets aside millions of highly erodible agricultural acres to improve air and water quality. Successful weed management programs...

3. Home-A-Syst: Improving Animal Lot Management Home-A-Syst: Improving Animal Lot Management A major consideration of animal lot management is preventing pollution of surface and groundwater sources by manure, soil, chemicals or other contaminants. Improved lot management practices not only help...

4. Potato Nutrient Management for Central Washington Potato Nutrient Management for Central Washington This management guide summarizes nutrient management concepts for maintaining high potato yields, while minimizing environmental impact. Topics include: potato growth stages and nutrient demand, soil and...

5. Designing Dairy Free Stalls Designing Dairy Free Stalls Free stalls, individual beds for cows, have become the most popular kind of cow housing. Good management is the key to successful free stalls. This bulletin discusses several characteristics of free stalls,...

6. Pest Management Guide for Commercial Small Fruits Pest Management Guide for Commercial Small Fruits Cultural and chemical controls outlined for blueberries, raspberries, strawberries. Pesticide safety, regulations, and emergency numbers for Washington, timing and integrated pest management methods to...

7. 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.

8. Soil Management for Small Farms/Farming West of the Cascades Series Soil Management for Small Farms/Farming West of the Cascades Series Subjects include: soil and water; what affects the porosity of soil and its effects on irrigation; site and landscape factors; western Washington soils; soil organisms; nutrient management, fertilizers,...

9. Protecting Groundwater: Managing Livestock on Small Acreage Protecting Groundwater: Managing Livestock on Small Acreage The authors discuss responsible land and water stewardship: best management practices for stream banks, barnyards, and feedlots. Subjects covered include livestock waste, pasture fencing, grazing management,...

10. Farming Practices for Groundwater Protection Farming Practices for Groundwater Protection Guidelines for developing Best Management Practices (BMP) on agricultural land in Washington were developed in the 1970s following section 208 of the Clean Water Act. Surface and groundwater defined. Structures,...

11. Weed Control in Strawberry Weed Control in Strawberry Covers weed management, field selection, seedbed preparation, geese as weeders, crop rotation and competition, cultivation, and general management of strawberry beds. Includes a list of recommended herbicides...

12. Managing Livestock Manure to Protect Groundwater Managing Livestock Manure to Protect Groundwater Groundwater is the source of drinking water for the majority of Washington state's population, so groundwater quality must be protected from contamination. Livestock wastes, a potential source of water...

13. Livestock Manure Lagoons Protect Water Quality Livestock Manure Lagoons Protect Water Quality Lagoons treat livestock manure and store the treated products until final use, generally application to soil for recycling into crop production. Storage lagoons can be designed to fit local weather conditions...

14. Nutrient Management for Sweet Spanish Onions in the Pacific Northwest Nutrient Management for Sweet Spanish Onions in the Pacific Northwest This guide to nutrient management strategies focuses on onion production in the Treasure Valley and the Columbia Basin, irrigated by water from the Columbia and Snake rivers. The authors use extensive...

15. Western Washington Fruits and Vegetables Publications List Western Washington Fruits and Vegetables Publications List Covers general--fertilizers, water contamination, conservation, soil management in yards and gardens; insects; small fruits and berries; vegetables; tree fruits and nuts; and publication ordering information....

16. Horse Management Record Horse Management Record Bundle of 10. Tracks monthly expenses, equipment inventory, clinics, and show and exhibition record. 3-hole punched.

17. Horse Production Breeding Record Horse Production Breeding Record Used to record expenses, mare and stallion information, and breeding management. 3-hole punched.

18. Melville Farm Case Study: Direct Seeding in the Inland Northwest Melville Farm Case Study: Direct Seeding in the Inland Northwest Following their father's lead, Kevin and Kurt Melville have continued with the cost-reducing direct-seeding methods on their farm in Oregon's Wallowa Valley. Explains their crop rotations as well as disease,...

19. Crop Profile for Christmas Trees in Washington (Online Only) Crop Profile for Christmas Trees in Washington (Online Only) Presents an overview of the commercial Christmas tree industry in Washington, including comprehensive sections on management of insect, disease, and weed pests. Washington has 425 Christmas tree growers...

20. Frank Lange Farm Case Study: Direct Seeding in the Inland Northwest Frank Lange Farm Case Study: Direct Seeding in the Inland Northwest John and Cory Aeschliman farm 2100 acres in a 17- to 20-inch annual rainfall zone in the Palouse-Colfax, WA, area. Crops are winter wheat/ spring wheat/ spring lentils. Frank hires someone to custom-seed...
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