Untitled State University, cooperative extension service Administration, Room 1, Ft. Collins,CO 80523. Phone (970)4916281. E-mail email@example.com. http://tall.tamu.edu/links.htm
Extractions: List of all other leadership programs in the U.S. and other countries that you can reach. Alabama Dennis Evans, Director, Alabama Agriculture and Forestry LEADERS Program. Auburn University 204 Duncan Hall-ACES Auburn , AL 36849-5635. Phone (334)844-5552. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Arkansas Dr. Joe Waldrum, Director, The LeadAR Program. University of Arkansas, Cooperative Extension Service, PO Box 391, Little Rock, AR 72203. Phone (501)671-2076. Fax (501)671-2046. E-mail: email@example.com Arizona Everett Rhodes, Executive Director, Project CENTRL, Center for Rural Leadership, University of Arizona, 820 E. Cottonswood Lane, Casa Grande, AZ 85222. Phone (520)316-0909. Fax (520)836-1750. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Australia Mike Beckingham, Executive Director, Australian Rural Leadership Program, PO Box 298 Deakin West-ACT 2600, Australia. Phone 02-6281-0680. Fax 02-6285-4674. E-mail: arlp2interact.net.au Canada Dr. Scott McLean, Director, Canadian Agriculture Lifetime Leadership Program, University of Saskatchewan , 117 Science Place, Saskatoon, SK Canada S7N 5C8. Phone (306)966-5591. Fax (306)966-5567. E-mail: email@example.com
Big List Central ohio Software, Inc. Delaware, ohio USA; Centre Bridge Inn; Centreville- Buckley's Tavern; Convective Development - Delaware Weather Info; coop. ext. http://www.travel-delaware.com/PageC.html
Seed Lot Sampling coop. ext. Agriculture and cooperative extension Services of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa,Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, ohio, South Dakota 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.
Midwest Biological Control News and Other Arthropods in the Yard and Garden, Colorado State University coop. ext. TheOhio State University extension has several Home, Yard and Garden Fact http://www.entomology.wisc.edu/mbcn/rev404.html
Extractions: There are many short extension bulletins or other educational materials produced by various states that address biological control in the home garden. A few of these have been mentioned in previous issues. All are excellent resources, regardless of which state you live in. Reducing Insecticide Use in the Home Garden , Iowa State University Pm-1502. This 6 page publication discusses many options for managing insect pests in the home garden, including the use of beneficial insects. Common Natural Enemies , Purdue University Coop. Ext. Service E-92. Four pages of color photos of predators, parasites and pathogens common in the Midwest, and accompanying text to explain the lifestyles of these three groups of natural enemies. Beneficial Insects and Other Arthropods in the Yard and Garden , Colorado State University Coop. Ext. No. 5.550. Another 4-page fact sheet explaining predators and parasites, with line drawings of lady beetles lacewings hover flies , a damsel bug minute pirate bug ground beetle , wasps, tachinid fly and spider The Ohio State University Extension has several Home, Yard and Garden Fact Sheets
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
"GreenSheets" Gardening Factsheets Search All Regions in the WebGarden Factsheet Database The ohio State University. MarylandCoop. ext.Grounds and Gardens Publications. Univ. http://www.geocities.com/RainForest/1329/greensheets.htm
Extractions: GreenSheets Keyword Searches for Horticultural FactSheets Here are all the places I go to when I want "just the facts!" Start at the top and work your way downyou should find the answer to your gardening question or problem. I don't try the larger databases until last because I have found that if I go directly to the sites they catalog, I always find other topics that aren't exactly what I was looking forbut are interesting just the same! If you are a southern gardener use Aggie Horticulture, FAIRS in Florida, or Missouri first then the WebGarden which catalogs several southern extension services. If you find any non-working sites, please write me at firstname.lastname@example.org I have also listed some sites at the bottom of this page that have factsheets that aren't searchable, but are available for downloading or reading. Note! Many of the publications are in Adobe Acrobat format. You will need an Acrobat reader to view and print them. You will also need to configure your WWW reader to use Acrobat as a helper application. Follow this link to obtain the free reader and for instructions on configuring your WWW software.
Weather Forecasts And Information North Carolina Weather NC Forecast Products NWS Products for North Carolina including Observations, Forecasts, and Climate Data. NCARS Automated Weather Station Network http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/weather/weather.html