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1. Plant Problem Diagnosis Home and Ornamental Landscape Plant Problem Diagnosis Home and Ornamental Landscape Question form for growers or gardeners to fill out and send with problem sample (leaves, bark section, or roots) or take to Master Gardener clinics. Identifying and understanding your plant problem is...

2. Commercial Tree Fruit and Nut Orchards Publication Order List Commercial Tree Fruit and Nut Orchards Publication Order List A colorful brochure listing WSU/CE publications for commercial orchard growers.

3. 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...

4. Grower Experiences with Mustard and Canola in Eastern Washington 1997-2000 (Alternate Crops Series) Grower Experiences with Mustard and Canola in Eastern Washington 1997-2000 (Alternate Crops Series) Canola, edible rapeseed, and mustards can reduce erosion and applications of agricultural chemicals when used in crop rotations. Growers share their experiences with producing and marketing these crops....

5. WSU Drought Advisory: Mint Irrigation Management WSU Drought Advisory: Mint Irrigation Management This drought advisory bulletin discusses the water requirements of mint. Since mint needs water all summer and has a shallow root system and low salt tolerance, growers have to focus on getting maximum...

6. Jepsen Farm Case Study: Direct Seeding in the Inland Northwest Jepsen Farm Case Study: Direct Seeding in the Inland Northwest Bill Jepsen has been growing continuous spring wheat, spring barley, and occasionally spring mustard on 3,000 acres west of Heppner, Oregon. Jepsen includes a number of trial plots to test alternative...

7. 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.

8. Grower Experiences with Alternate Wheat Crops in Eastern Washington 1997-2000 (Alternate Crops Series) Grower Experiences with Alternate Wheat Crops in Eastern Washington 1997-2000 (Alternate Crops Series) In eastern Washington, alternate nontraditional crops may include any crops other than soft white and white club wheats. Both winter and spring types are usually produced in the area. Growers and researchers...

9. Schultheis Farm Case Study: Direct Seeding in the Inland Northwest Schultheis Farm Case Study: Direct Seeding in the Inland Northwest Art Schultheis and his father, Carroll, were among the first Whitman County, Washington, growers to use a no-till drill. Both have been recognized for their work in conservation: Carroll in 1985, and Art...

10. Grower Experiences with Millet in Eastern Washington 1997-1999 (Alternate Crops Series) Grower Experiences with Millet in Eastern Washington 1997-1999 (Alternate Crops Series) Millet, grown throughout the world, refers to more than 100 different small grain crops. Growers and researchers share their experiences with millet in terms of marketing, planting, weed and pest control,...

11. 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.

12. Grower Experiences with Sunflowers in Eastern Washington 1997-2000 (Alternate Crop Series) Grower Experiences with Sunflowers in Eastern Washington 1997-2000 (Alternate Crop Series) Sunflower, a warm-season broadleaf crop is available commercially in two types: oil and confectionery. Growers share their experiences with producing and marketing sunflower. Possibilities for oil crushing...

13. Developing a Marketing Plan for Fresh Produce Developing a Marketing Plan for Fresh Produce New marketing opportunities for Pacific Northwest vegetable and fruit growers are exciting and inventive. Farm direct marketing refers to farmer-to-consumer sales, through U-pick, roadside markets, farmer's...

14. Plant Disease Identification Request Form Plant Disease Identification Request Form Form for growers to send with samples of diseased plants or take to Master Gardener clinics. Online form revised August 2000 (new mailing addresses). 2 pages.

15. WSU Drought Advisory: Sweet Corn WSU Drought Advisory: Sweet Corn Sweet corn growers must watch long-term forecasts and be flexible in dry spells to manage this high moisture commodity. Explains the general needs of corn, the influence of several factors, and the relative...

16. How to Reduce Bee Poisoning From Pesticides How to Reduce Bee Poisoning From Pesticides This bulletin explains the causes of bee poisoning, describes symptoms, and outlines important preventive steps for pesticide applicators, growers, and beekeepers. Toxicity tables list insecticides, acaricides,...

17. Safflower Production Tips/ Alternative Crops for Dryland Ag Series Safflower Production Tips/ Alternative Crops for Dryland Ag Series This publication represents the status of safflower production knowledge in Washington State as of February 1999. Safflower is a domesticated broadleaf thistle being studied as an alternative crop to cereal...

18. WSU Drought Advisory: Grapes WSU Drought Advisory: Grapes This drought advisory bulletin lists ways that grape growers can make the most efficient use of available water during a short water year, including times when water is most critical to crop size and vine...

19. Insect Diagnosis Request Form Insect Diagnosis Request Form Identification form for growers or gardeners to fill out and send with preserved insects (or insects and damaged plants) or take to Master Gardener clinics. Knowing your insect pest is the first step in...

20. 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....
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