DEPT_CENTER_CODE 456. EMPLOYEE RELATIONS OFFICE. 457. virginia TECH RESOURCE AND REFERRAL service.460. 876. RAPPAHANNOCK coop ext service. 877. RICHMOND COUNTY coop extENSION serviceS. http://www.research.vt.edu/intra/webReports/departments_historical.htm
Extractions: UNKNOWN DEPARTMENT AGRICULTURAL AND APPLIED ECONOMICS BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS ENGINEERING ANIMAL AND POULTRY SCIENCES BIOCHEMISTRY AND ANAEROBIC MICROBIOLOGY DAIRY SCIENCE ENTOMOLOGY FORESTRY FISHERIES AND WILDLIFE SCIENCES DIRECTOR, SCHOOL OF FORESTRY HORTICULTURE PLANT PATHOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGY AND WEED SCIENCE POULTRY SCIENCE FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY DIRECTOR, RESIDENT INSTRUCTION OFFICE OF INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR, AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION ANAEROBIC MICROBIOLOGY TIDEWATER AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND EXTENSION CENTER SOUTHERN PIEDMONT AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND EXTENSION CENTER SHENANDOAH VALLEY AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND EXTENSION CENTER ALSON H. SMITH, JR. AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND EXTENSION CENTER WOOD SCIENCE AND FOREST PRODUCTS HAMPTON ROADS AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND EXTENSION CENTER EASTERN SHORE AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH AND EXTENSION CENTER AGRICULTURAL TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM ADMINISTRATIVE COOPERATIVE EXTENSION AG-NATURAL RESOURCE INFOSYS VETERINARY BIOLOGY PATHOBIOLOGY AGRICULTURAL AND URBAN PRACTICE VETERINARY MEDICINE EXPERIMENT STATION VET. SCHOOL MULTIDISC. ED. RESOURCES
Untitled Document ext.); House Bat Mangement (US Fish and Wildlife service). ext.); Moles (Pennsylvaniacoop. ext.); A New Method for Mole Control (West virginia coop. ext.). 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.)
Virginia Caaperattve Exknrlon Service Dairy Guidelines, Va. coop. ext. Serv., Pub. 404103, Revised 1989, (OUT OF purposes only. The virginia cooperative extension service, virginia Polytechnic Institute and State http://www.dasc.vt.edu/James/dasc2474/5r2dg103.htm
Extractions: 2474 - Section 5 - Reading 2 Dairy Guidelines, Va. Coop. Ext. Serv., Pub. 404-103, Revised 1989, (OUT OF PRINT) IONOPHORES FOR DAIRY HEIFERS C. C. Stallings, M. L. Wahlberg, and R. E. James* Average age at first calving in Virginia is 29 months for DHI herds. This is well above the recommended age of 24 to 26 months considered to be optimal under most conditions. There are many reasons for this, but probably the main factor is reduced weight gains due to improper feeding. Generally, 1.4 to 1.8 lbs/day gain should be adequate for larger breeds and 1.0 to 1.4 lbs/day for smaller breeds. There is no substitute for good feed and nutritional management when it comes to getting heifers to grow at a satisfactory rate. However, ionophores have been approved for use with dairy heifers that can improve weight gains by increasing utilization of dietary energy. These feed additives are monensin (marketed as Rumensin) and lasalocid (marketed as Bovatec), products initially used with beef cattle. Monensin has been approved for heifers 400 lbs and above, but lasalocid does not have this restriction. Neither are approved for lactating cows. Best results have been with forages of good to excellent quality. Ionophores will nor promote acceptable gains on low-quality forages. What are Ionophores?
Extractions: Greensville/Emporia Extension Office, Emporia, Va. Two innovative, flue-cured, tobacco producers are exploring bell pepper production as an alternative or additional crop on their farms in Southeast Virginia. Their initial results are very promising. Corky Holloway and Jesse Harrell of Greensville County attribute part of their success to the new SE Va Farmers' Market in Courtland where their green, lobed peppers are cooled, packed, and shipped to distant markets. So that other growers can follow in their footsteps to profitability, the highpoints of their production and marketing strategies are presented below. Corky and Jesse's plantings measured 10.3 and 2.3 acres, respectively. Both grew the variety 'Camelot' and both employed the same production practices, such as greenhouse propagation of seedlings and plant spacing, as they use in their tobacco production. Other enterprises on their farms include cotton, peanut, and grain production. The peppers were harvested by hand by Spanish-speaking farm workers who seasonally work in the tobacco fields. The fruit were picked into buckets, as the buckets were filled, the fruit were transferred to thirty-bushel field bins. These bins are made of plastic and are provided by the farmers' market at no charge. The farmers were responsible for transporting the bins the 50-mile distance to the market.
Extractions: General Science The following program and curricula guides were developed by the USDA's Cooperative Extension Service to support youth education and programs. Also included are resources to assist program leaders develop new programs and/or evaluate existing programs. General Science 4-H electric energy curriculum in Virginia.
Extractions: Environment and Natural Resources The following program and curricula guides were developed by the USDA's Cooperative Extension Service to support youth education and programs. Also included are resources to assist program leaders develop new programs and/or evaluate existing programs. Environment and Natural Resources 4-H discovery: learning outdoorsleader guide: grade 2.
Pubs Main Bulletin 815, Agdex 231, Ohio cooperative extension service, Ohio State University,Columbus The Economics of Wine Productions in virginia, virginia coop. ext. http://viticulture.hort.iastate.edu/pubs/pubsmain.html
Extractions: Sources of Information on the Culture and Management of Grapes Bordelon, B. 1995. Growing Grapes. Purdue Univ. Coop. Ext. Sev., HO-45. (free) Agriculture Communications Service, Media Distribution Center, 301 S. 2nd Street, Lafayette, IN, 47901-1232 (Ph: 800-398-4636), or on the Web as a PDF file Bordelon, B. 1995. Grape Varieties for Indiana. Purdue Univ. Coop. Ext. Sev., HO-221 (free). Agriculture Communications Service, Media Distribution Center, 301 S. 2nd Street, Lafayette, IN, 47901-1232 (Ph: 800-398-4636, or on the Web as a PDF file Cahoon, G., M. Ellis, R. Williams and L. Lockshin. 1991. Grapes: Production, Management and Marketing. Bulletin 815, Agdex 231, Ohio Cooperative Extension Service, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 43235; Ph: 614-292-1607 ($7.25 + postage)
Related Weed Science Websites (12/14/98) coop. State Res., Ed., and ext. service. Utah, Utah State U. http//www.ext.usu.edu/publica/index.htm. virginia,virginia Tech, http//www.ext.vt.edu/resources/. http://www.wssa.net/registration/links/LINKS2.htm
NEWSS COOPERATIVE EXTENSION WEST virginia, Other extension Websites Herbicide Nominclature (WSSA approvedlist). Definitions of terms used in Weed Science (coop. ext. service - Univ. http://www.ppws.vt.edu/newss/extension.htm
SunCorp: Contact: Employee Directory 4654, virginia Salazar, Lead, ext. 4656, 4622, firstname.lastname@example.org. JulieHatfield, Member service Representative, ext. 4632, email@example.com. http://www.suncorp.coop/contact.directory.html
Extractions: Suncorp Employee Directory Colorado Headquarters Utah Operations Center CO Main ..........................720-540-4600 UT Main.............................801-303-4800 CO Toll-Free.....................877-786-2677 UT Toll-Free........................800-727-2266 CO Fax............................303-428-6183 UT Fax...............................801-364-0144 Nebraska Operations Center NE Main...........................402.333.9567 Email................ firstname.lastname@example.org NE Toll-Free.....................800.950.4433 NE Fax............................402.333.9577 Web Site.................... www.suncorp.coop Accounting Mark MacNicholas Controller ext. 4606 email@example.com Cindy Adams Accounting Manager, ext. 4614 firstname.lastname@example.org Stefanie Bickel Accounting Manager, UT ext. 4831 email@example.com Charla Harmon Accountant Asst. ext. 4616 firstname.lastname@example.org Audrey Elliott Accountant, UT ext. 4832 email@example.com Yelena Frumina Accountant, UT ext. 4830 firstname.lastname@example.org ACH Training/System Consulting Ed Beck, AAP ACH System Consultant ext. 4648
CompostContacts.html Joseph Schmidt Comm Dev Specialist Mississippi coop ext service PO Box 6347 TENNESSEEDr. Thomas Samples ext Turf Grass 7967 FX 802257-0112 virginia Gregory K http://www.cfe.cornell.edu/wmi/Compost/CompostContacts.html
University Minutes Archive February 14, 1994 virginia Tech Governance Minutes Archive. February 14, 1994. Expt. Station, aswell as public service not included in extension) and coop. ext./Ag. Expt. http://spec.lib.vt.edu/minutes/cac/1994/February 14 1994.html
Pastures Books - Index Management of Decadent Native Grass Stands By D. Forster, B. Wark, and MH Entz.Managing virginia's Steep Pastures virginia coop. ext. service. Pub. 418005. http://www.forages.css.orst.edu/Topics/Pastures/Media/Publications/Books/
Tree Health Care -- H 481. Hagan, A., Mullen, J. Alabama coop ext service. Powdery Mildew on Ornamentals;1989; ANR407. Hagood, S., Coordinator. virginia coop. extension service. http://www2.champaign.isa-arbor.com/members/INHScompendium/H.html
Extractions: [A] [B] [C] [D] ... [Z] 478. Hacshaylo, J., Finn, R. F., Vimmerstedt, J. P. Deficiency Symptom of Some Forest Trees. Wooster, OH: Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center; 1969; Research Bull. 1015. 68 p. Index terms: disease, nutrition, cultural practices, Ohio, Midwest. 479. Hagan, A. Controlling Entomosporium Leaf Spot on Woody Ornamentals. Alabama Coop Ext Service; 1987; ANR-392. 2 p. (Plant Pathology). Available from: Head, Inf. Serv., ACES, Auburn University, AL 36849-5612. Index terms: disease, deciduous trees, shade trees, leaf spot, Alabama, Southeast. 480. Hagan, A., Mullen, J. Alabama Coop Ext Service. Control of Camellia Flower Blight; 1985; ANR-416. 2 p. (Plant Pathology). Available from: Head, Inf. Serv., ACES, Auburn University, AL 36849-5612. Index terms: disease, camellia, flower blight, Alabama, Southeast. 481. Hagan, A., Mullen, J. Alabama Coop Ext Service. Powdery Mildew on Ornamentals; 1989; ANR-407. 4 p. (Plant Pathology). Available from: Head, Inf. Serv., ACES, Auburn University, AL 36849-5612. Index terms: disease, powdery mildew, Alabama, Southeast. 482. Hagood, S., Coordinator. Virginia Coop. Extension Service. 1990-91 Pest Management Guide for Nursery Ornamentals; 1990; Publication 456-007. 41 p. Available from: Department of Plant Pathology, Physiology, and Weed Science, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, VA 24061-0331. Index terms: insect control, reference, disease control, weed control, deciduous trees, shade trees, conifer, evergreen, Virginia, Midatlantic.
Página Do Clube Da Floresta extension service Christmas Tree Notes North Carolina cooperative extensionservice Guide to the Trees and Shrubs of virginia Gypsy Moth coop. ext. http://www.eb23-pontinha.rcts.pt/floresta.html
State Coordinators Joel Flagler, Ag./Resource Mgmt. Agent/CEDH Rutgers coop. ext., Bergen Cty. Of Vermontext. service 157 Old Guildford Road, 4 Brattleboro, VT. 05301. virginia. http://hcs.osu.edu/mg/img/coordinators.html