Food Safety In Connecticut-Fact Sheets Alaska cooperative ext. www.uaf.edu/coopext/publications/ fhepubs.html North dakota State University ext. service. www.ag.ndsu.nodak.edu/ndsuindex.html http://www.canr.uconn.edu/ces/foodsafety/expert/hotlinkstab.html
Extractions: Food Safety Topics Foodborne Illness Safety At Home Meat Poultry Fish/Seafood Milk/Dairy Eggs Fruits/Vegetables Food Processing New Technologies Seasonal Issues For More Help Cooperative Ext. Foodsafety Resource Web Sites Alabama Cooperative Ext. System http://www.aces.edu/dept/extcomm/publications/he/hefn.html Alaska Cooperative Ext. www.uaf.edu/coop-ext/publications/fhepubs.html Clemson University Cooperative Ext. Service http://hgic.clemson.edu/ Colorado State University Cooperative Ext. www.colostate.edu/orgs/safefood Cornell Cooperative Ext. www.cce.cornell.edu/food/resources.html Delaware Cooperative Ext. http://bluehen.ags.udel.edu/deces/fnf/fs-list.htm Iowa State University Ext. www.extension.iastate.edu/Pages/families/fs/homepage.html Kansas State University Cooperative Ext. Service www.oznet.ksu.edu/foodsafety/ Maryland Cooperative Ext. www.agnr.umd.edu/ces/fcs/nutrition.html Michigan State University Ext. http://foodsafe.fshn.msu.edu/main.html Mississippi State University Ext. Service http://www.ext.msstate.edu/fce/foodsafety/fs.html Montana State University Ext. Service www.montana.edu./~wwwnutr/extension/index.html
CSREES - Diversity And Pluralism - Institutional Diversity Contacts Information on Diversity and Pluralism at cooperative State, Research, Education, and extension service Ann Berry. Louisiana coop. ext. service, LSU. firstname.lastname@example.org Nutrition, Youth, and Family services. North dakota State University extension http://www.reeusda.gov/diversity/contacts.htm
Extractions: Adults - Emerge the next summer and feed on foliage and pollen. Do not reinfest stored products. Red and Gray Sunflower Weevil (Smicronyx fulus and S. Sordiadus). The red sunflower seed weevil adults are reddish brown, and the gray sunflower seed weevil are slightly larger and gray in color. The larvae of both species are small, cream colored, legless, and C-shaped in appearance. Seed weevil adults emerge in mid summer and feed on sunflower buds. As the sunflower matures, the adults feed on pollen, and, as the seeds mature, eggs are deposited within the seed. After developing in the seed, the larvae drop to the ground, overwintering in the soil. The insect is univoltine in North Dakota, cannot survive in storage, and is not a stored product pest (Figure 25). (Slide courtesy of D. K McBride, and top caption courtesy North Dakota Coop. Ext. Service.)
WasteContacts.html http//www.uaf.edu/coopext/publications/ North Carolina extension service. http//www.ces.ncsu.edu/resources/. North dakota. http//www.ext.nodak.edu/extpubs/ http://www.cfe.cornell.edu/wmi/GenInfo/WasteContacts.html
Extractions: Index Search Home Table of Contents Fitterer, S.A., B.L. Johnson, and A.A. Schneiter. 1996. Grain amaranth harvest timeliness in eastern North Dakota. p. 220-223. In: J. Janick (ed.), Progress in new crops. ASHS Press, Alexandria, VA. METHODOLOGY RESULTS SUMMARY REFERENCES ... Table 2 The majority of the grain amaranth ( Amaranthus spp., Amaranthaceae) grown in the world is hand-harvested. Harvesting by combine is necessary if amaranth grain production is to compete economically with other crops (Krishnan et al. 1987). Crop harvest management is critical, as amaranth shatters readily (Myers and Putnam 1988). Preliminary studies indicate that losses caused by seed shattering can decrease yields of some cultivars over 1100 kg/ha (Shroyer et al. 1990). Tucker (1986) reported that mechanical harvesting recovered only 50% of the potential yield. Amaranth is a plant with high plasticity, and adjusts to a range of environmental conditions (Putnam 1990). Plants grown in thin stands branch more, have thick stalks, and mature late while plants grown at high densities are smaller with thin stalks and are better suited for mechanical harvest. Increased lodging often occurs at high plant populations. Harvesting should begin as soon as practical to minimize grain shattering and losses due to wind. Direct combine harvest of grain amaranth prior to frost can be complicated by variation of grain maturation in the inflorescence and by high stem and leaf moisture at the time of grain maturity (Krishnan et al. 1987). Shattering losses can be severe, particularly when a light frost kills portions of the flower, but does not kill the entire plant (Weber and Kauffman 1990). If plants are harvested while wet, seeds often adhere to wet plant tissue and may be non-harvestable (Tucker 1986).
Extractions: FORT COLLINS Jessica Davis, Colorado State University Cooperative Extension soil science specialist, was recognized recently at the annual Cooperative Extension awards banquet for her distinguished service to the organization. Davis received the F. A. Anderson Award, which is given to a campus professional each year for distinguished service to Cooperative Extension, last week. Davis, who works on campus, spearheads a Cooperative Extension and applied research program in environmental soil sciences that fuses together campus, county and area staff. Her programs address a variety of problems that affect agriculture and natural resources management in Colorado. She has increased awareness and facilitated change in manure management in Colorado, said Milan Rewerts, Colorado State Cooperative Extension director. One of her first steps after joining Cooperative Extension in 1995 was to organize tours and develop workshops about manure management, efforts which reached a broad audience in several states and even Canada. She has served as technical advisor on manure issues for the Colorado Water Quality Control Commission, Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, Colorado Counties Incorporated and individual counties. She also has educated special interest groups through presentations and written seven fact sheets.
Abbreviated Titles 1995 : S coop ext Serv SD State Univ* South dakota beef report Animal and Range SciencesDepartment, Agricultural Experiment Station, cooperative extension service, http://www.nal.usda.gov/indexing/lji95/abrtin.htm
Abbreviated Titles 1995 : D-E Univ S D coop ext Serv* extension Circular University of South dakota, cooperative extension service 275.29 SO85 ext http://www.nal.usda.gov/indexing/lji95/abrtie.htm
Abbreviated Titles 1996 : E Cir Univ S D coop ext Serv*. extension Circular University of South dakota, cooperative extension service. NAL call http://www.nal.usda.gov/indexing/lji96/abrtie.htm
Extractions: Pesticide Applicator Training Extension Plant Science College of Agriculture and Biological Sciences South Dakota State University Welcome to the Extension Pesticide Education/Applicator Training web site! Use the menu below to access specific pages! Restricted Use Pesticide Recordkeeping Information Pesticide Pesticide Container Recycling Collection Dates Pesticide Safety and Proper Use Information Commercial Applicator Recertification Training Dates Private Applicator Training Dates - By County South Dakota Pesticide Laws and Regulations (SD Dept of Ag) Pesticide Education Coordinator Waste/Unusable Pesticides Information
CASD Committee Member List Youth, Family services North dakota State University 970) 4916208 Mrewerts@coop.ext.colostate.edu. StateUniversity cooperative extension service Box 7602 http://www.casd.cornell.edu/consortium/members.htm
CompostContacts.html Schmidt Comm Dev Specialist Mississippi coop ext service PO Box hall PO Box 2207DSouth dakota State Univ 6886347 TENNESSEE Dr. Thomas Samples ext Turf Grass http://www.cfe.cornell.edu/wmi/Compost/CompostContacts.html
USDA Forest Service, Cooperative Forestry R2 Rocky Mountain Region (Colorado, Kansas, Nebraska, South dakota, parts of Hilo,HI 96720 Phone 808933-8121 ext. http//www.fs.fed.us/r6/coop/Programs/ucf http://www.fs.fed.us/spf/coop/ucf_contact_fed.htm
Extractions: Federal Coordinators Forest Service Regional Coordinators provide program direction, technology transfer, and technical and financial assistance to states within their region. The national headquarters office provides national leadership and coordination among agencies and other national groups. The office establishes policies, strategies and direction, etc. in consultation with the National Urban Community Forestry Advisory Council, National Association of State Foresters, and other agencies and parters. In the map below, find your state and the administrative name of the region which coordinates programs in your state. Click on the name of the region below to find the name(s) of the federal coordinator(s) for your state. Region One Region Two Region Three Region Four ... National Headquarters R1 Northern Region (Northern Idaho, Montana, North Dakota) Glenn Roloff
Extractions: WASHINGTON, DC 20006 August 11, 1980 MEMORANDUM FOR HEADS OF AGENCIES SUBJECT: Prime and Unique Agricultural Lands and the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) The accompanying memorandum on Analysis of Impacts on Prime or Unique Agricultural Lands in Implementing the National Environmental Policy Act was developed in cooperation with the Department of Agriculture. It updates and supersedes the Council's previous memorandum on this subject of August 1976. In order to review agency progress or problems in implementing this memorandum the Council will request periodic reports from federal agencies as part of our ongoing oversight of agency implementation of NEPA and the Council's regulations. At this time we would appreciate receiving from your agency by November 1, 1980, the following information: identification and brief summary of existing or proposed agency policies, regulations and other directives specifically intended to preserve or mitigate the effects of agency actions on prime or unique agricultural lands, including criteria or methodology used in assessing these impacts.
Extractions: Judge Cynthia Rothe-Seeger Nature of Action: Administrative Proceeding Counsel: Appellant: Appellee: William W. Binek , State Agency Appellee: Kaler Law Office Amicus curiae: Amicus curiae: Amicus curiae: Serkland Law Firm Term: 12/1991 Argument: 12/10/1991 10:00AM NW cite: 488 N.W.2d 860 Docket entries: NOTICE OF APPEAL: 06/17/1991 MOTION TO IGNORE THE BANKRUPTCY TRUSTEE AS A ACTION BY CHIEF JUSTICE (does not include. GRANTED include oral argument) MOTION TO FILE AMICUS CURIAE BRIEF (St. Paul Bank for Cooperatives) ACTION BY CHIEF JUSTICE (does not include. GRANTED oral argument) MOTION TO FILE AMICUS CURIAE BRIEF (J. Nygard)
USDA - NRCS - NWMC - CSREES Contacts New Hampshire, John Porter, UNH coop. ext. North dakota, Charles Linderman, CarringtonResearch extension NDSU extension service PO Box 219 Carrington, ND 58421, http://wmc.ar.nrcs.usda.gov/partner.dir/afos.dir/contacts/csrees.html
Extractions: Purdue Agriculture Agronomy Extension ... Small Grains Info State Ext. Small Grains Specialists The USDA Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service provides an important link between research-based agricultural information and those individuals directly involved with the production and marketing of agricultural products in the U.S. The state Extension small grain specialists listed in this document, usually located at land-grant colleges and universities , are responsible for educational programming relative to small grain (wheat, barley, rye, oats) production and management issues within their respective states. Many of these individuals also conduct applied field research on important small grain issues in their states. Please let me know of corrections or additions to this list. Dr. Paul L. Mask
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Laurence D. Charlet NDSU coop. extension service, Bulletin E8241-8. North dakota extension servicePublications Sunflower Seed Weevil http//www.ext.nodak.edu/extpubs http://www.fargo.ars.usda.gov/sun/ldc_res.htm
Extractions: email@example.com Research directed to reduce crop losses and input costs for the sunflower producer by developing integrated management systems for the sunflower stem weevil, Cylindrocopturus adspersus , the sunflower beetle, Zygogramma exclamationis , the banded sunflower moth, Cochylis hospes , the sunflower midge, Contarinia schulzi , and the red sunflower seed weevil, Smicronyx fulvus . Investigations are conducted to develop an understanding of the biology, population dynamics, and plant-insect interactions of the pest species. The efficacy of different management strategies are determined including cultural and biological control and plant resistance. Studies are also conducted to identify the natural enemies of the sunflower pests and elucidate their biology and impact as mortality factors.