State Coordinators Agent/CEDH Rutgers coop. ext., Bergen Cty. georgia. Marco T. Fonseca Dept. of Horticulturegeorgia Experiment Station 1109 Experiment St. Of Vermont ext. http://hcs.osu.edu/mg/img/coordinators.html
Extractions: S ALPHA PI - Alabama SHIRLEY L. WHITTEN Walker County Extension Office 1501 North Airport Road Jasper, AL 35504 Phone: 205-221-3392 Fax: 205-221-3393 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org W ALPHA GAMMA - Alaska HOLLIS HALL 3511 Kreb Drive Fairbanks,AK 99709 Phone: 907-479-0617 Fax: E-Mail: email@example.com W KAPPA - Arizona ED MARTIN Maricopa Ag Center 37860 West Smithenke Road Maricopa, AZ 85349-3010 Phone: 520-568-2273 Ext. 244 Fax: 520-568-2556 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org S ALPHA IOTA - Arkansas BILLY MOORE Extension Alternative Agriculture Specialist 6883 South Hwy 23 Booneville, AR 72927 Phone: 479-675-5585 Fax: 479-675-2940 E-Mail: email@example.com W ZETA - Colorado DALE LEIDHEISER 133 Aylesworth NW Fort Collins, Co. 80523 Phone: 970-491-1152 Fax: 970-491-5108 E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org NE ALPHA CHI - Connecticut NORMAN BENDER 111 Poppy Lane East Lyme, CT 06333 Phone: Fax: E-Mail: NORMAN.BENDER@uconn.edu NE MU - Washington DC ANNA MAE KOBBE SOAGRIBG RM 3905 1400 Independence AVE SW Stop 2225 USDA Washington DC 20250-2225 Phone: 202-720-2920 Fax: 202-690-2908 E-Mail: email@example.com
Participant ListB&W Jane McAfee, Delta High, UA coop. ext. Experiment Station. Jo Anne McKeown, EudoraHigh, Eudora Garment Company. Carolyn McKinney, Foreman High, georgia Pacific. http://www.ualr.edu/~strive/participants98.htm
Extractions: HOME Information for Teachers Program Fact Sheet STRIVE Participants 2002 STRIVE Participants NAME: SCHOOL: WORKSITE: Tina Arter Mineral Springs High School Weyerhaeuser Candra Brasel Jasper High School NW Ark. Solid Waste Mgmt. District Randy Bryan J.D. Leftwich High School Dale Bumpers Small Farms Res. Cntr. Deborah Cearley Harmony Grove High School ADHE-SAU, Magnolia Michael Courtney Springdale High School UA-Fayetteville, Plant Pathology Christy Davis Dollarway High School NCTR Danny Davis Newark High School North Central Educational Service Cnt Vicky Dotson Huntsville High School UA-Fayetteville, Poultry Science Edward Foutch Coleman Intermediate School Arkansas Game and Fish Comm. Terri Frost Ashdown Junior High School ADHE-Henderson State Univ. Kelley Geurin Sylvan Hills Middle School UA-Little Rock, Earthquake Center David Green Heber Springs High School Arkansas Game and Fish Comm.
Family And Consumer Science Committee University of georgia CES 224 Dawson Hall Athens, GA 30602 706542-4161 Fax 706-542-4862rodgers@fcs Specialist, Home Economics Southern University coop. ext. http://srdc.msstate.edu/plcsite/rc/fcs/fcs_comm.htm
Family And Consumer Science Committee University of georgia CES 224 Dawson Hall Athens, GA 30602 706542-4161 706-542-4862(Fax) rodgers@fcs Specialist, Home Economics Southern University coop. ext. http://srdc.msstate.edu/plcsite/rc/fcs/comm.htm
Southern Agricultural Economics Association Paul E. cooper, University of Arkansas coop. ext. Yield as a Crop Insurance DecisionCriteria Implications for the 2000 Cotton and Peanut Crops in georgia. http://cals.agnis.vt.edu/~saas/navigator/saas01/agecon.htm
Extractions: Southern Agricultural Economics Association Annual Meetings Program January 28 31, 2001 SAEA OFFICERS: President Hal Harris President-Elect William Park Director Steve Halbrook Director Michael Dicks Director Kimberly Jensen Secretary/Treasurer Robert Nelson J. Walter Prevatt Past-President Mary Marchant Editors Charles Moss James Seale, Jr. Note: all rooms are in the Renaissance Worthington Hotel Sunday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Registration Outside Trinity Ballroom Sunday 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Ag Econ Quiz Bowl Trinity Central Sunday 11:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. SAEA Executive Board Meeting Treaty Oak Sunday 2:30 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. SAAS Board Meeting Post Oak Sunday 4:00 p.m. - 6:30 p.m. SAAS General Session Serving a Changing Food System Multi-disciplinary Symposium Sponsored by the Farm Foundation and SAEA Grand Ballroom Sunday 7:00 pm. - 8:00 p.m. SAAS Reception Sponsored by Southern Farm Bureau Life Insurance Affiliates Grand Ballroom Sunday 2:00 p.m. Tuesday 5:00 p.m. Selected Posters Trinity Ballroom Foyer Poster Presentations will be Tuesday 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 Noon
Ag1 Place Azalea Room II. Session Chair Forrest Steglin, University ofGeorgia. Paul E. cooper, University of Arkansas coop. ext. service. http://www.sedsi.org/program/2003/www/ag1.htm
Extractions: AG1 -> Agricultural Marketing and Production Issues Time: 3:30PM to 5:00 PM on Wednesday, February 26 Place: Azalea Room II Session Chair: Forrest Steglin, University of Georgia Wyoming Hard Red Winter Wheat: Quality Characteristics and Potential Niche Markets by: Steve Torok, University of Wyoming - Laramie (Corresponding) V. Frederick Seamon, Chicago Board of Trade Consumer Taste and Appearance Preferences for Spring Transgenic Sweet Corn expressed under different Knowledge levels by: Charles R. Stark, Jr., University of Arkansas at Monticello (Corresponding) Paul B. Francis, University Of Arkansas At Monticello Paul E. Cooper, University of Arkansas Coop. Ext. Service Representative Farm Adoption of Ultra Narrow Row Cotton under alternative crop and farm legislation conditions by: Robert Goodman, Auburn University (Corresponding) Shannon E. Pickering, Auburn University Discussants: Joey E. Mehlhorn, Middle Tennessee State University Joey E. Mehlhorn, Middle Tennessee State University Joey E. Mehlhorn, Middle Tennessee State University (Return to Program Resources)
ParC Chandrashekar D., Virginia State University Chambers, James, georgia College State StateCommunity College cooper, Paul E., University of Arkansas coop. ext. http://www.sedsi.org/program/2003/www/parc.htm
SCTCSA-2002 -- Participants L. Hawkins (firstname.lastname@example.org), University of georgia, Tifton, GA Vienna,Austria Leonard Kuykendall (email@example.com), AL coop. ext. http://www.ag.auburn.edu/nsdl/sctcsa/sctcsa_2002/participants.html
Adventure GPS Products - Customer List Pennsylvania College of Technology; Pennsylvania State University (coop. ext. ofCincinnati, OH; University of Colorado; University of georgia; University of Guam http://www.gps4fun.com/contact_customer_list.html
Publications For Tony Tyson Feasibility of Using Computer Programs for Managing Irrigation for Peanuts 1995.1995 georgia Peanut Res.ext. Rpt., Univ. of Ga. coop. Res.ext. Pub. http://www.engr.uga.edu/people/faculty/tyson/publications.html
Extractions: Books and Chapters in Books Tyson, A.W. 1996. Landscape chapter. In The Georgia Master Gardener Handbook. G.E.S. Handbook 2, revised June, 1996. Bulletins and Reports Bennett, C.T., J. Davidson, Jr., J. Baldwin, J. Beasley, M. Bader, and T. Tyson. 1995. Feasibility of Using Computer Programs for Managing Irrigation for Peanuts 1994. 1994 Ga. Peanut Res.Ext. Rpt., Univ. of Ga. Coop. Res.Ext. Pub. No. 952. April, 1995. pp. 7787. Bennett, C.T., J.I. Davidson, Jr., Ted Tyson, J. Baldwin, J. Beasley, M. Bader, and Tony Tyson. 1996. Feasibility of Using Computer Programs for Managing Irrigation for Peanuts 1995. 1995 Georgia Peanut Res.Ext. Rpt., Univ. of Ga. Coop. Res.Ext. Pub. No. 962. April, 1996. pp. 106113. Harrison, Kerry and A.W. Tyson. 1995. Factors to Consider in Selecting an Irrigation System. Extension Service Bulletin No. 882. Tyson, A.W., 1995. Irrigation chapter. In Commercial Production of Edible Beans and Southern Peas, UGA Bulletin 1107, April. Tyson, A.W. and K.A. Harrison. 1995. Irrigation for Lawns and Gardens. UGA Bulletin 895, revised February, 1995.
EDUCATION Okla. State Univ. coop. ext. Serv. Circ. 202 pg. Council on Soil Testing and PlantAnalysis, georgia University Station, PO Box 2007, Athens, GA 306120007. http://www.dasnr.okstate.edu/soilsciences/Gordon_Johnson/extension.htm
Extractions: Taylor, G.G., G.V. Johnson and M.W. Smith. 1979. Fertilizing pecan and fruit trees. Johnson, G.V. and B.B. Tucker. 1979. OSU soil test interpretations: 1. pH and Buffer Index. Johnson, G.V. and B.B. Tucker. 1980. OSU soil test calibrations. FS 2225. Stiegler, J.H. and G.V. Johnson. 1981. Farm and home use of gypsum. OSU Extension Facts No. 2200. Johnson, G.V. 1982. How to get a good soil sample. FS 2207. Johnson, G.V. 1982. OSU Soil test interpretations, available nitrogen for small grains. FS 2232. Johnson, G.V. and E. Hanlon. 1982. Classification of irrigation water. FS 2401. Johnson, G.V. and B.B. Tucker. 1982. OSU soil test calibrations. FS 2225. Johnson, G.V. and B.B. Tucker. 1982. OSU soil test interpretations: pH and buffer index. FS 2229. Soil test interpretations, 2B available nitrogen, bermudagrass and other forages. FS 2235 (1983).
Untitled Document Motsinger, RE 1977. Plant susceptibility to major nematodes in georgia A guide to planning crop rotation. Ga. coop. ext. Serv., Athens. http://pppweb.clemson.edu/Nematode/LitCite.html
Extractions: Hoplolaimus columbus Literature Appel, J. A., and S. A. Lewis. 1984. Pathogenicity and reproduction of Hoplolaimus columbus and Meloidogyne incognita on 'Davis' soybean. J. Nematol. 16: 349-355. Arslan, M. 1998. Effect of Columbia lance nematode ( Hoplolaimus columbus Sher) on growth and development of tolerant and intolerant soybean cultivars. Ph.D. Dissertation. Clemson Univ., Clemson, SC. Astudillo, G. E., and W. Birchfield. 1980. Pathology of Hoplolaimus columbus on sugarcane. Phytopathology 70: 655 (Abstr.). Baird, R. E., R. F. Davis, P. J. Alt, B. G. Mullinix, and G. B. Padgett. 1996. Frequency and geographical distribution of plant-parasitic nematodes on cotton in Georgia. J. Nematol. 28(4S):661-667. Hoplolaimus columbus . Nematologica 20:103 (Abstr.). Bird, G. W., O. L. Brooks, C. E. Perry. 1974. Dynamics of concomitant field populations of Hoplolaimus columbus and Meloidogyne incognita . J. Nematol. 6:1904 (Abstr.). Bird, G. W., O. L. Brooks, C. E. Perry, J. G. Futral, T. D. Canerday, and F. C. Boswell. 1974. Influence of subsoiling and soil fumigation on the cotton stunt disease complex, Hoplolaimus columbus and Meloidogyne incognita . Plant Dis. Rep. 58: 541 -544. Blackmon, C. W., and H. L. Musen. 1974. Control of the Columbia (Lance) nematode
USDA - NRCS - NWMC - CSREES Contacts Pollution Prevention University of georgia Driftmier Engineering CenterAthens, GA 30602, firstname.lastname@example.org. Guam, Manuel Duguies, coop. ext. http://wmc.ar.nrcs.usda.gov/partner.dir/afos.dir/contacts/csrees.html
UF Horticulture BLANK 1995. Performance of swine fed pearl millet grain. Proc. First Nat'l. Grain PearlMillet Sym., coop. ext. Ser., Univ. of georgia, Athens, USA. pp. 110114. http://nfrec.ifas.ufl.edu/Marianna/BMyer/Faculty_Marianna_BMyer.html
Extractions: 1. Evaluation of alternative feed ingredients for livestock diets including evaluation of various by-products and wastes from food processing and food service industries. 2. Effective management of pigs raised with a minimum of facilities under North Florida conditions. 3. Influence of diet and rearing environment on subsequent carcass composition and pork quality of growing-finishing pigs.
IT Webbook About The Authors Kriesel (email@example.com) Associate Professor University of georgia 312A firstname.lastname@example.org) CED extension Agent/IT Coordinator Penn State coop. ext. http://www.cas.nercrd.psu.edu/Publications/Webbook/wbAboutAuthors.htm
David Oi's Curriculum Vitae National Pest Control Assoc. National Convention, Atlanta, georgia Oct. Biologicalcontrol of imported fire ants. Alabama coop. ext. System Circular ANR1149. http://cmave.usda.ufl.edu/researchunits/oi.html
Pecan Kernel - Personnel Wetzstein, Dr. Hazel, Horticulture Dept. University of georgia 1311 M.Plant Sci. Pollet, Dr. Dale, Entomology (Project Leader) LA coop. ext. http://pecankernel.tamu.edu/personnel/
Home Based & Micro Business LeaderHome Economics University of georgia 219 Hoke email@example.com MT MarshaGoetting ext. Scale Entrepreneur Specialist University of Nebraska coop. http://fcs.tamu.edu/entrepreneurship/hbbsite/contact.html
Extractions: AL AR AZ DC ... WY AL Georgia Aycock Auburn University Resource Management Specialist 163 Spidle Hall FAX: 205/844-1340 Auburn University, AL 36849-5603 Phone: 334/844-2215 FAX: 334/844-1340 firstname.lastname@example.org AR Sharon Heidingsfelder Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service Extension Human Environment Specialist University of Arkansas P.O. Box 391 Little Rock, AR 72203 Phone: 501/671-2294 FAX: 501/671-2251 email@example.com AZ Janice Shelton The University of Arizona La Paz County P.O. Box BL Parker, AZ 85344 Phone: 520/669-9763 FAX: 520/669-9843 firstname.lastname@example.org AZ Ellen Goldsberry Director Southwest Retail Center for Education and Research The University of Arizona - School fo FCR P.O. Box 210033 Tucson, AZ 85721 Phone: 520/621-1140 FAX: 520/621-3209 email@example.com
Ips Pine Bark Beetle G. Keith Douce, Associate Professor of Entomology, The University of georgia.Order Coleoptera Family Scolytidae. Univ. GA, coop. ext. Serv., Col. Agr. http://www.barkbeetles.org/ips/ips.html
Extractions: Ips pine bark beetle Order Coleoptera G. Keith Douce , Associate Professor of Entomology, The University of Georgia Order Coleoptera: Family Scolytidae Importance Ips beetles are commonly found throughout the South. They usually attack injured or stressed trees, freshly felled trees or logging slash. Infestations are frequently initiated in trees stressed by lightning, logging injury or fire damage. Ips beetles usually attack and kill only one-to-a-few trees in a location. However, in areas in which trees have undergone severe drought stress, ice or wind/hail damage, they frequently buildup large populations and may kill large numbers of trees. Ips beetles are second only to the southern pine beetle in the number of trees killed by southern forest insects. Hosts: Ips beetles attack the major pine species grown in the South. Evidence: Depending upon which of the four Ips Ips pitch tubes are Â½ inch-or-less in diameter are formed as resin exuded as a defense against the beetles boring through the tree bark hardens.