Abbreviated Titles 1995 : G-H Guide C Guide C new mexico State University, cooperative extension service TX340.G84Guide CNM State Univ coop ext Serv* Guide C - new mexico State University http://www.nal.usda.gov/indexing/lji95/abrtig.htm
Abbreviated Titles 1996 : G TX340.G84. Guide CNM State Univ coop ext Serv* Guide C new mexico State University,cooperative extension service NAL call no. - TX340.G84 Contents. http://www.nal.usda.gov/indexing/lji96/abrtig.htm
Food Safety In Connecticut-Fact Sheets Alaska cooperative ext. www.uaf.edu/coopext/publications/ fhepubs.html new mexico State University cooperative ext. service. www.cahe.nmsu.edu/pubs/_e/ 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
Untitled Document House Bat Mangement (US Fish and Wildlife service). Controlling Pocket Gophers innew mexico (new mexico coop. ext.); Controlling Pocket Gophers (Oklahoma coop. http://www.berrymaninstitute.org/internetpubs.htm
Extractions: On-Line Wildlife Damage Publications General Mammals General Controlling Nuisance Mammals (Missouri Coop. Ext.) WildlifeHow to help wild critters leave the attic or basement (Oregon Coop. Ext.) Armadillo Controlling Armadillo Damage in Alabama (Alabama Coop. Ext.) Controlling Armadillo Damage (Texas Coop. Ext.)
Welcome New Staff please email him at firstname.lastname@example.org new mexico State University inLas Cruces, new mexico. account executive at a fullservice advertising/public http://www.ext.colostate.edu/pubs/octnews/oc000904.html
Extractions: September 2000 Please join us in welcoming Mark Wolfe to the computer support desk and OCT Team. Mark comes to Extension with five years experience in the computer support field and is currently a junior at Colorado State University. While pursuing his bachelors degree in mathematics, Mark will be assisting Tim Rudolph at the computer support help desk in 240 Aylesworth NW. If you have any questions for Mark, please email him at: email@example.com, or call (970) 491-3216. As of October 2, David Hachigian will become Extensions new fact sheet coordinator. His duties will include working with authors to edit and produce fact sheets for print and on-line distribution, as well as manage the fiscal and promotional aspects of the program. As a native of the Southwest, David was born and raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and received his bachelors in print journalism from New Mexico State University in Las Cruces, New Mexico. After graduation and a three-year span in Telluride, David migrated back to Albuquerque, where he worked as both a marketing associate at a technical contracting company and as a public relations account executive at a full-service advertising/public relations agency.
CSREES - State Urban Programs Contacts Maine. Doug Babkirk University of Maine coop.ext. Mississippi. Virgil P. Culver MississippiState University extension service firstname.lastname@example.org. new mexico, http://www.reeusda.gov/ecs/urbanlis.htm
1998 Boll Weevil SERA-IEG Attendance List Gus Lorenz. UA coop. ext. service. PO Box 391. (512) 2659203, (512) 265-9434, email@example.com.Jane Breen Pierce. new mexico State University. 67 E. Foru Dinkus Rd. http://ipmwww.ncsu.edu/Southern_Region/SAAESD/member98.htm
4HMembers firstname.lastname@example.org Linda Schultz, new mexico, 4H Colorado, 4-H Volunteer Specialist,email@example.com Contact the extension service Webmaster. http://extn.msu.montana.edu/4HDiscovery/4HMembers/4hmembers.html
Resources Mapping NMSU coop ext service, Early season Cotton Plant Mapping - NMSU coopext service. Acala 1517 Cotton varieties for new mexico, PR-17 Bt Cotton Seed http://www.cotton.com/html/Resources/resources.htm
Extractions: US Government Resources Finance Industry-Related Sites Cotton Incorporated Cotton Council International International Cotton Advisory Committee AMTEX - The American Textile Partnership ... Thrace Cotton Ginning Mills Government Research USDA ARS Crop Science Research Laboratory, Mississippi State, MS USDA ARS Jamie Whitten Delta States Research Center, Stoneville, MS USDA ARS Cropping Systems Research Laboratory, Lubbock, TX USDA ARS Southern Crops Research Laboratory, College Station, TX ... TREKTRAN Database (Technology Transfer Automated Retrieval System). University and Other Research Cotton Genetics Laboratory, New Mexico State University National Textile Center, University Research Consortium Australian Cotton Research Institute - CSIRO Centre de coopération internationale en recherche agronomique pour le développement Informational Sites The CottonDB Data Collection Site Cotton GRIN CottonDB Genome Database at the Agricultural Genome Information Service (NAL) Yearly Trend of Cotton Acreage (United States) ... Export Sales Push Cotton Prices Higher - Arkansas Pathology and Pests Cotton Diseases - TAES Texas Plant Disease Handbook Cotton Geminiviruses Diseases Of Cotton ( Gossypium ... spp.)
SARE #95-18_Annual Results Paul Montoya, NCRS, Espanola, new mexico Susie Verkamp, High Desert Research Farm,Espanola, new mexico Edmund Gomez, RAIPAP coop. ext. service, NMSU, Alcalde http://wsare.usu.edu/pubs/97_98ar/sa9518.htm
Extractions: To determine the ability of forage Brassicas and oats (Avena sativa L.) to provide late-season forage and hairy vetch and winter rye (Secale cereale L.) to provide early-season forage, when overseeded into sweet corn stalks. To determine the profitability of overseeding forage Brassicas, oats, hairy vetch and winter rye into sweet corn stalks in terms of heifer average daily gain. To determine the ability of forage Brassicas and spring oats overseeded into established pastures to provide increased late-season forage. To disseminate the results of the project to farmers and ranchers. Abstract General characteristics of all sites include soil types that are variable but generally clay loams to sandy loams, with a high-desert climate and elevations of 5,700 to7,000 feet and 9 to 14 inches of precipitation per year as rain and snow. Total holdings of farmer/rancher cooperators range from 2 to 25 acres. The area is mountainous, but field sites are graded with fairly uniform, gradual slopes. Most farmers and ranchers have off-farm employment.
Information About Saltcedar - Tamarix Ramosissima 1991 Summary of range brush control researchdemonstration trials in new mexico.Range Improvement Task Force, NMSU Ag. Exp. Station, NMSU coop. ext. service. http://www.wa.gov/agr/weedboard/weed_info/saltcedar.html
Extractions: Written Findings of the State Noxious Weed Control Board - Class A Weed Saltcedar Tamarix ramosissima Ledeb.) Family : Tamaricaceae Description and Variation : Salt cedar plants are spreading shrubs or small trees, 5-20 feet tall, with numerous slender branches and small, alternate, scale-like leaves. The pale pink to white flowers are small, perfect and regular, and arranged in spike-like racemes. The distinct petals and sepals occur in fours or fives. The fruit is a capsule (Hitchcock and Cronquist 1961). Salt cedar ( Tamarix ) taxonomy is currently in a state of confusion. The number of species in the genus has fluctuated widely because members of the genus have few constant differentiating features, and taxonomists have disagreed over which features are most important. Eight species have been listed as introduced into the United States and Canada. These species can be effectively divided into two groups. Tamarix aphylla , an evergreen tree, does not sexually reproduce in this climate, so it is not seriously invasive. Deciduous, shrubby species, including T. pentandra
Publications And Videos From Other States partners of the cooperative State Research, Education, and extension service. Catalogonly, http//www.uaf.edu/coopext/publications/vid_toc new mexico, HTML, PDF, http://www.oznet.ksu.edu/library/other_st/other_st.htm
Extractions: Skip the navigation header body Thousands of Extension and Agricultural Experiment Station publications* and video tape presentations are available from other states. Also check out the directory of land-grant universities which are state partners of the Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service. STATE PUBLICATIONS VIDEOS Alabama HTML, PDF http://www.acesag.auburn.edu/department/extcomm/medialib/ Alaska Catalog only http://www.uaf.edu/coop-ext/publications/vid_toc.html Arizona HTML, PDF YES, listed with publications Arkansas HTML, PDF YES, limited number California Catalog, PDF Yes, listed with publications Colorado Catalog, PDF, HTML Connecticut No publications listed Delaware HTML Florida HTML Georgia HTML Hawaii HTML Illinois PDF, HTML YES Indiana HTML, PDF Idaho Catalog, PDF YES, See catalog Iowa PDF http://www.exnet.iastate.edu/Pages/video/publicvid.html Kansas PDF YES, same location Kentucky PDF, HTML Louisiana PDF Maine Catalog, HTML, PDF
AGRICULTURAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT SUB-GROUP coop. extension service, SWCDs. NRCS, ext. 6. Develop water conservation partnershipswith underground water districts along the new mexicoTexas stateline. http://weather.nmsu.edu/drought/Plans/Agricult.htm
Extractions: AGRICULTURAL IMPACT ASSESSMENT SUB-GROUP PLANNED MITIGATION ACTIONS SHEET NO. 1 IMPACT PLANNED ACTIONS RESPONSIBLE AGENCY Reduced livestock forage and livestock water on rangelands results in poor animal health, soil erosion and possible economic loss to ranchers 1. Prior to and during drought, use public information program and on-site visits to emphasize importance of rangeland management and planning to equalize stocking rates with available forage and the need for permanent water storage and distribution systems. 2. Prior to drought, use range management techniques such as reduced stocking rates, reserve pastures, removing competitive plants and stored feed to improve sustainability of rangelands under drought conditions. 3. During drought, initiate emergency forage program and/or permit grazing of CRP lands. 4. Special emphasis needs to be placed on problems of Economically Stressed Ranchers who now rely on Federal and State Grazing Leases to sustain their herds. In these areas, there needs to be a coordinated plan of action to be taken by land management agencies to provide grazing and/or supplemental feed assistance to lessees. This action may include changing federal and state grazing regulations during drought situations. 5. For long term drought conditions in areas with high concentrations of Economically Stressed Ranchers, develop supplemental natural resource employment oppurtunities to supplement income losses due to grazing restrictions.
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
This Page Has Moved email firstname.lastname@example.org NM Jared Cahill, Vice President new mexico CU League 6424(Tom), ext. 385-6505 e-mail email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org UT Lynn http://www.cuna.org/data/cu/cuna/lsc_roster.html
Extractions: Home Governmental Affairs Regulatory Advocacy Compliance ... About CUNA The page you are looking for has moved. Please read on for some tips on finding the information you are looking for. We apologize for any inconvenience. We're here to help You are currently in the main area of CUNA's website. Use the compass on the left side of each page to navigate the rest of this website. There are five areas: CUNA.org: (the red button in the middle of the compass) takes you to the CUNA "homepage" and information on Governmental and Legistlative affairs, compliance, regulatory advocacy, News Now, press releases, economics and statistics and much more.
STATE MASTER GARDENER COORDINATORS Margie Klein UNR cooperative extension service 2345 Red Rock Street Las Vegas 4917030Fax (970) 491-7745 E-mail email@example.com. new mexico. http://www.themastergardenershow.com/State_coordinator/
Extractions: List Revised 12/16/02 The Master Gardener Show web site strives to present accurate and timely information as general assistance for the farmers, consumers, agriculturists, homeowners, master gardeners and other constituents of the world. If Your Master Gardener Coordinator has changed, we would like to know about it so we can update this list. Please Contact Us. ALABAMA Mary Beth Musgrove
Extractions: Aston Keauhou Beach -Kahaluu II Utilizing the World Wide Web to Inform, Educate, and Market In the 21st Century Organized by Mitch Flanagan, for the SRM Information and Education Committee, and the Technology Transfer Committee (6 CEUs available for the workshop) Range Management and the Web: Partners in the 21st Century . Mike Haddock, Hale Library, Kansas State Univ., Manhattan, KS 66506-1200. Brief history of the Web; anatomy of URLs; best Web search engines; tips on searching; and evaluation of sites. So You Want to Build a Web Page?