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1. 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...

2. Ensley Farm Case Study: Direct Seeding in the Inland Northwest Ensley Farm Case Study: Direct Seeding in the Inland Northwest The Ensleys, Mike, Jack, and Jeremy, farm 2000 acres near Colfax, WA. Crops are winter wheat/ spring cereal/ spring legume or chemical fallow. Jack Ensley's two main passions are soil conservation and...

3. Grower Experiences with Flax and Linola in Eastern WA 1997-2000 (Alternate Crop Series) Grower Experiences with Flax and Linola in Eastern WA 1997-2000 (Alternate Crop Series) Developed from plants that produce oils for industrial use, both flax and Linola produce edible oils. Flax also can be grown for fiber. Growers share their experiences with production and marketing.

4. John Rea Farm Case Study: Direct Seeding in the Inland Northwest John Rea Farm Case Study: Direct Seeding in the Inland Northwest John Rea farms 8000 acres in a 7- to 9-inch annual rainfall zone 20 miles west of Walla Walla, WA. Crops are continuous spring cereals: hard red and soft white spring wheat, and spring barley. No-till...

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. 1999 Enterprise Budgets, Summer Fallow, Winter Wheat Rotations and Hard Red Spring Wheat Annual Cropping, 1999 Enterprise Budgets, Summer Fallow, Winter Wheat Rotations and Hard Red Spring Wheat Annual Cropping, Adams County, WA For producers and financiers, use of this system will assist in making workable cost and production estimates. Using an ""average"" farm in both the 7- to 10-inch and the 10- to 13-inch rainfall zones...

7. Thomas Farm Case Study: Direct Seeding in the Inland Northwest Thomas Farm Case Study: Direct Seeding in the Inland Northwest The Thomases, Mike Sr. and Mike Jr., farm 1,700 acres in the steeply sloping Skyrocket Hills near Prescott, WA. Crops are winter wheat/ spring wheat/ chemical fallow. The Thomases direct-seed all their...

8. 1997 Enterprise Budgets, Winter Wheat, Dry Pea Rotation, Columbia County, WA 1997 Enterprise Budgets, Winter Wheat, Dry Pea Rotation, Columbia County, WA This publication presents estimated costs and returns for this common crop rotation. It will help producers and others identify enterprise strengths and weakensses and determine financial requirements....

9. Grower Experiences with Selecting and Using No-Till Drills in Eastern, WA 1997-2000 (Alternate Crop Series) Grower Experiences with Selecting and Using No-Till Drills in Eastern, WA 1997-2000 (Alternate Crop Series) No-till drills are changing the appearance of farming for traditional and alternative cropping. As more farmers convert acreage to direct seeding crops in rotation, they share personal experiences on use...

10. Aeschliman Farm Case Study: Direct Seeding in the Inland Northwest Aeschliman Farm Case Study: Direct Seeding in the Inland Northwest John and Cory Aeschliman farm 4000 acres in a 15- to 20-inch annual rainfall zones from south of Dusty to Colfax, WA. Crops are winter wheat/ spring wheat/ continuous spring grains or chemical fallow on...

11. WA State 4-H Dog Bowl Rules WA State 4-H Dog Bowl Rules Topics include: Objectives, Contestants and Eligibility, Officials, Teams, Questions, Play Procedures, Team Awards.
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