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1. Home-A-Syst: Improving Milking Center Wash Water Treatment Home-A-Syst: Improving Milking Center Wash Water Treatment If not carefully managed, dairy wash water can contaminate both surface water sources and groundwater, including drinking water. Contaminants include organic matter, nutrients, milk solids, chemicals,...

2. Determining the Gross Amount of Water Applied --Surface Irrigation Determining the Gross Amount of Water Applied --Surface Irrigation This bulletin, the size of a 3X5 card, has a table of water measurement over a Cipoletti weir, as well as examples for determining the gross amount of water applied in surface irrigation.

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. 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...

5. Saving Water: Lawns and Other Turf Saving Water: Lawns and Other Turf Drought years prompt us to review lawn watering techniques. The authors remind us a little water deep in the soil profile does more for grass than too much water in the surface inches. They include tips...

6. WSU Drought Advisory: Surface Irrigation Systems WSU Drought Advisory: Surface Irrigation Systems Helps optimize your usable water appropriation using gravity flow. Presents the most efficient slope rates for open systems, gate and valve operation, reducing tailwater runoff, lining the ditches, and...

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. WSU Drought Advisory: Surge Flow Surface Irrigation WSU Drought Advisory: Surge Flow Surface Irrigation Surge flow irrigation is the intermittent application of water to furrows, rills, or borders in a series of on and off periods of constant or variable time spans. This drought advisory explains surge irrigation,...

9. Expressive Arts--Shape Expressive Arts--Shape This manual is about two-dimensional shape--the kind of shape you could draw or paint on a surface. Illustrations.

10. Defining Water Quality Defining Water Quality Explains what makes water vary in its characteristics. Explains both the regulatory and nonregulatory definitions. Tables identify primary and carcinogenic contaminant standards for groundwater and drinking...

11. 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,...

12. Your Yard and Water Quality: Simple Things Gardeners Can Do To Prevent Water Contamination Your Yard and Water Quality: Simple Things Gardeners Can Do To Prevent Water Contamination Several gardeners individually attacking garden pests or fertilizing their lawns can add up to significant pesticide use in a neighborhood, posing a threat to surface and groundwater. To enjoy the benefits...

13. Home-A-Syst: Milking Center Wash Water Treatment Home-A-Syst: Milking Center Wash Water Treatment If not carefully managed, dairy wash water can contaminate both surface water sources and groundwater, including drinking water. Contaminants include organic matter, nutrients, milk solids, chemicals,...
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