Adventure GPS Products - Customer List Pennsylvania College of Technology; Pennsylvania State University (coop.ext. Larimer County, CO; Los Angeles County IMPACT; missouri Dept. http://www.gps4fun.com/contact_customer_list.html
New Literature For New Crops Small Farm Center, Univ. California, coop. ext., Davis. SB306.U6K651989. Knox,EG and AA Theisen. Univ. missouri. Agricultural Experiment Station. 1990. http://www.hort.purdue.edu/newcrop/proceedings1996/v3-151.html
Extractions: Index Search Home Table of Contents Potter Gates, J. 1996. New literature for new crops. p. 151-154. In: J. Janick (ed.), Progress in new crops. ASHS Press, Alexandria, VA. LIBRARIES, CENTERS, AND SERVICES DATABASES AGRICOLA (AGRICultural OnLine Access) AGRIS International ... NEW CROP MONOGRAPHS 1980-1995 The United States government has long recognized the importance of agriculture in keeping people well-fed, well-clothed, and well-housed, as well as acknowledging the role of science in helping to achieve and sustain those conditions through exploration and research. In the pursuit of new crops, the importance of bibliographic information in the success of such exploration and research cannot be over-emphasized. Since 1862, the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA), through the National Agricultural Library (NAL), has collected, compiled, and disseminated information relevant to that mission. The National Agricultural Library (NAL), part of the USDA's Agricultural Research Service (ARS), is the largest agricultural library in the world. NAL has 10 subject specific information centers that provide customized services to the agricultural community and others. All of the Centers can be accessed electronically through the NAL gopher and the NAL homepage (see addresses below). The Centers include: Agricultural Trade and Marketing, Alternative Farming Systems, Animal Welfare, Aquaculture, Biotechnology, Food and Nutrition, Plant Genome Database. Rural Technology Transfer, and Water Quality.
Seed Lot Sampling coop. ext. with the US Department of Agriculture and cooperative extension Servicesof Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan, Minnesota, missouri, Nebraska, North http://www.ext.nodak.edu/extpubs/plantsci/smgrains/ncr403w.htm
Extractions: M.K. Misra, agricultural engineer. Sponsored by the Extension Services of Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri. North Dakota, Ohio, and Wisconsin in cooperation with ESUSDA. Careful sampling of a seed lot is an important step in obtaining a sample which accurately reflects the characteristics of the seed lot. Aside from carefully controlled production and conditioning practices, painstaking sampling is actually the first step in assuring accuracy and precision in seed testing. The purpose of seed testing is to obtain information regarding the planting value of seed in any particular seed lot. For testing to be meaningful, seed samples must be properly collected. Seed tests often generate information which must, by law, appear on the seed label and/or is required for obtaining a phytosanitary certificate. Both the seed producer and the buyer rely on accurate laboratory information. Seed testing laboratories therefore must have modern equipment and well trained analysts. However, seed lot sampling may be beyond the control of the seed analyst conducting tests on the submitted sample. And if the submitted sample is not representative of the seed lot, the laboratory analyses cannot accurately reflect the planting value of that seed. The Seed Lot A seed lot can be defined as a quantity of seed with every portion or every bag uniform within permitted tolerances as to percentage of pure seed, inert matter, other crop seed, germination and dormant seed, weed seed, and rate of occurrence of noxious weed seeds. A quantity of seed which is not uniform within permitted representative tolerances should not be classified as a seed lot. Any variation should be reduced by further conditioning, by mixing, or by separating the quantity in question into two or more uniform lots.
Databases South Dakota extension Horticulture Publications Maryland coop. ext.Grounds andGardens Publications Univ. of Wyoming Publications missouri extension Gopher http://gardeninglaunchpad.com/DtB.html
Extractions: Ohio State University has merged its PlantFacts database with other OSU horticultural resources to provide a free, integrated search tool for gardeners. In addition to more than 60,000 pages of fact sheets from U.S. and Canadian universities, this site now includes images, videos, a glossary of common horticultural terms, and FAQs:
CES CYF Network Human Resources Database Miller, Jacque, Area extension Agent, San Luis Valley, Colorado State UniversityCoop. ext. Moore, Dean, USDA Teen Program Specialist, University of missouri. http://www.cyfernet.org/profdata/view.asp
Extractions: The purpose of the CYFERnet Professionals Databaase is to facilitate networking, collaboration and technical assistance among the children, youth and family programs and staff of the Cooperative Extension Service. Search Results Name Position Institution Abell, Ellen Extension Specialist and Associate Prof Auburn University Adams, Marilyn Spokesperson, President, and Founder Farm Safety 4 Just Kids Adcock, Bryan Child and Family Development Specialist University Outreach and Extension Anderson, Sarah Associate Director - Family, Youth and 4-H University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Servi Anthony, Wilbon Extension Educator Prevention University of Illinois Extension Arrington, Wandra Extension Youth Development Agent Alcorn State University Cooperative Extension Atkins, Beth Curriculum Development Specialist Virginia Tech Bailey, Sandra (Sandy) Montana State University Barbour, Joella Family and Human Developement Agent Virginia Cooperative Extesnion Barker, Heidi
National Weather Service - Paducah, KY This NWR service addition will include alerts for shortfused convective warningssuch as severe thunderstorm warnings tornado warnings 270.744.6440 ext. http://www.crh.noaa.gov/pah/nwr/mediaadv.shtml
Extractions: NOAA Weather Radio Media Advisory ...NOAA Weather Radio Service Changes for Pope County in Southern Illinois... Recent NOAA Weather Radio (NWR) signal strength evaluations were conducted in and near Pope County, Illinois to determine if coverage could be provided for Pope County from the Mayfield, Kentucky NWR transmitter, which had recently been upgraded.
Extractions: Wildfire Links for the Homeowner This page is provided as a public service by , an ISP Most web information written to aid people who live in wildfire areas is buried within large government sites, and difficult to locate. The sites listed below address one or more topics related to wildfires. Some of these sites are short, and others are complex and inclusive.
OKLAHOMA ALFALFA This normally happens in areas of the Midwest near the latitude of northern Missouriand Iowa. Dec. 4, 1996. Stillwater, OK. Okla. coop. ext. Serv. PT-96-16. http://www.agr.okstate.edu/alf-asso/96-news/dec96.htm
Extractions: OKLAHOMA ALFALFA 368 AG Hall OSU Agronomy Department Stillwater, OK 74078 Volume 20 No. 11 December 1996 We welcome contributions and suggestions. Comments about and contributions to the NEWS are welcome and can be submitted to any of the directors. NEWS Hopefully most of you controlled your weeds in October or early November while they were actively growing and easy to kill. If you sprayed your weeds in alfalfa a couple of weeks ago while we were having that warm weather, I would expect those weeds to be gone by spring. If you got your alfalfa in early and did not control the volunteer wheat and cheat this fall, consider flash grazing in late December or January. When alfalfa plants are shaded, they stop growing and stand loss is possible. Competitive effects of weeds can be decreased by flash-grazing them off when the soil is dry or frozen. Try to get all of the grazing done in less than a 2-week period for any part of the field. Prolonged grazing and regrazing new shoots can decrease plant vigor and thin stands. It is too cold now for any of the herbicides to control weeds in new stands so you will need to wait until March to evaluate your situation. If the weed problem is tansy mustard or cutleaf eveningprimrose, then good control is possible with 2,4-DB after it warms up. However, spring applications of 2,4-DB are not highly effective on other broadleaf weeds such as shepherdspurse, henbit, and chickweed. If there is a ryegrass problem, it can be controlled with POST PLUS in the spring. Control of most other cool-season grasses with POST PLUS applied in the spring will be poor.
Herbarium, Department Of Botany, NC State University MICH. University of Michigan. +. MIN. University of Minnesota. List of types. MO.missouri Botanical Garden. +. NCSC. North Carolina State University. List of types.NEBC. http://www.cals.ncsu.edu/botany/ncsc/type_links.htm
Extractions: NC Agric. Res. Service Online Collections Databases Below are links to various national and international institutions that allow web-based querying of their specimen collections. The links are arranged alphabetically according to the herbarium code assigned each institution in the Index Herbariorum We welcome any additions and corrections to the listing. Please forward comments to the Curator, Alexander Krings Herbarium Abbreviation Institution Online Type Collection Database A Harvard University, Arnold Arboretum AFS Herbarium, American Fern Society, incorporated into MICH AMES Harvard University ARIZ University of Arizona BEDF Harvard University C University of Copenhagen CAS California Academy of Sciences COLO University of Colorado DS Stanford University, Dudley Herbarium