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1. Performance Quality of Washington's Certified Wheat Performance Quality of Washington's Certified Wheat Various state and federal laws regulating sale and distribution of seeds provide legal protection for buyers and sellers of seed. In addition, the Federal Seed Act of 1939 authorized certification of seeds...

2. Water Quality Publications List Water Quality Publications List A list of water quality publications available from the Bulletin Office at Washington State University.

3. Shell, Interior Quality Egg Grading Card (4-H Individual) Shell, Interior Quality Egg Grading Card (4-H Individual) A pad of 50 green cards, 2.75 x 4.25 in. used to judge shell interior quality of eggs in 4-H contests.

4. Food Safety is Your Business Food Safety is Your Business Quality assurance, an integral part of most businesses today, is also important for livestock producers. Quality assurance is important for profitability, customer confidence, and food safety. Topics covered...

5. 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...

6. 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.

7. 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...

8. 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...

9. Judging Preserved Foods (pk of 25) Judging Preserved Foods (pk of 25) Bundle of 25 sheets. Guidelines for judging quality and safety of canned or dried foods. 3-hole punched.

10. Standards of Quality in Crafts--4-H Member Manual Standards of Quality in Crafts--4-H Member Manual Topics include the language of design (elements, principles, additional concepts, sources and interpretation of shapes and forms) and standards for creative arts handcrafts. Illustrated.

11. Supplementing Cattle on Drought Affected Pastures and Ranges Supplementing Cattle on Drought Affected Pastures and Ranges Extended drought can reduce both the amount and quality of feed for cattle, as well as the minerals available from that feed. Cattle owners need to supplement phosphorus, vitamin A, and protein to avoid...

12. Haymaking on the Westside/Farming West of the Cascades Series Haymaking on the Westside/Farming West of the Cascades Series Reality indicates good quality hay can be produced on the west side of Washington State with proper knowledge, skills, equipment, storage, and perhaps a bit of luck. Aside from luck, this publicaiton provides...

13. Fertilizing with Biosolids Fertilizing with Biosolids Biosolids are a byproduct of municipal wastewater treatment. They contain organic matter and nutrients beneficial for soil, crop, and livestock productivity. Raw sewage solids must be processed to meet...

14. Horse Conformation Analysis Horse Conformation Analysis Here are explanations and drawings for the BSMQTT conformation analysis. This enables one to systematically compare among horses and with the ""ideal"" horse in that breed. The illustrations give clear...

15. Washington Hog of Merit Washington Hog of Merit This publication describes in detail the standards by which hog carcasses are judged for quality. Measurements include hot carcass weight, length, backfat, muscling, acceptable color, and average daily...

16. 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...

17. Food Safety is Your Business (brochure-5 per bundle) Food Safety is Your Business (brochure-5 per bundle) 4-color brochure relating to meat safety in the Washington State Food Safety and Quality Assurance Program (Bundle of 5). The full publication, EB1676 is 22 pages.

18. Taking Care of Streams in Western Washington, Western Oregon, and Coastal Alaska Taking Care of Streams in Western Washington, Western Oregon, and Coastal Alaska Simple tips you can follow to preserve water quality, recreational areas, and the environment around your home. Color photos show plant species native to the Northwest. Street drain warnings remind homeowners...

19. WSU Drought Advisory: Vegetable Crops WSU Drought Advisory: Vegetable Crops Irrigation with sufficient water is vital to productive, profitable vegetable crops. This drought advisory describes 11 strategies for maximizing vegetable quality and profit when the water supply is limited....

20. Washington Steer of Merit Washington Steer of Merit Lists the requirements of the Washington Steer of Merit and the Washington Beef Carcass of Merit programs, including hot carcass weight, yield grade, quality grade, and ribeye area.
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