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1. Drought Advisory: Managing Irrigated Pastures and Grass Hay Land Drought Advisory: Managing Irrigated Pastures and Grass Hay Land Drought-stressed hay and forage can be higher in nitrates than usual. Prevent overgrazing to protect the pasture, and test cut hay and forage for nitrate levels to protect your livestock. Authors offer...

2. Farm Safety Series Farm Safety Series Intended to help farm and ranch managers reduce injuries and protect employees. These fact sheets are online only. You may print fact sheets on your computer or ask your county office to print a copy for...

3. Skillet Meals Skillet Meals This publication contains a number of one-dish recipes, in particular, using leftovers. Also shows the food guide pyramid, how to keep leftovers safe, and how to protect your food--and you. Illustrated....

4. Food Safety During Your Pregnancy Food Safety During Your Pregnancy ""It's easy to protect your unborn child from two potentially serious illnesses. All you need is a little knowledge."" This 2-page pamphlet provides information about Toxoplasma gondii and Listeria monocytogenes....

5. 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.

6. Protecting Backyard Apple Trees from Apple Maggots Protecting Backyard Apple Trees from Apple Maggots Pockets of unsprayed ""backyard"" fruit trees have become a threat to the commercial apple industry in the Pacific Northwest. Many homeowner tree fruit sprays have been removed from the market. By using...

7. Big Game From Hunt to Home Big Game From Hunt to Home For your next hunting trip, the information in this bulletin will make sure the meat you bring home will be high quality. Meat from big game animals (deer, antelope, elk, moose, and bear) is a nutritious...

8. 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...

9. Pesticide Movement in Soils-Groundwater Protection Pesticide Movement in Soils-Groundwater Protection Growers who know and understand persistence, half-life, and mobility of chemical pesticides that protect crops, can reduce the risk of pesticides leaching from the rooting zone of crops to groundwater....

10. 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...

11. Home-A-Syst: Drinking Water Well Condition Home-A-Syst: Drinking Water Well Condition Step-by-step instructions on how to rate your drinking water well condition. Explains how to protect your water from contamination.

12. Skillet Meals Skillet Meals This publication contains a number of one-dish recipes, in particular, using leftovers. Also shows the food guide pyramid, how to keep leftovers safe, and how to protect your food--and you. Illustrated....

13. A Ready Reference for Irrigation Manual of Practice A Ready Reference for Irrigation Manual of Practice Designed to protect both surface and groundwater, this manual presents a brief review of the six overall management objectives for irrigated agriculture in Washington State. These are: 1) Minimize water...

14. 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...
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