EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS ji ORI(;ON s1-? FE NJ VI RS I IV LXII NSR)N SFRvI(;I: ANt) 1 II1 ()RI(;ON [RRAL AC R!( EXPIRI NI IN I SlA 11 ON LXI 8289 JULY 199() 1 lE - . I I This catalog lists publications, computer software, and videotape programs available from the Oregon State University Extension Service and the Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station. Extension publications are written is a popular style for a general interest audience and have various series number designations. Agricultural Experiment Station publications, designated CI, SB and TB, report research results and are written for a more technical audience than Extension publications. Ordering Information Many OSU Extension Service publications are available for sale at the prices listed in this catalog. Prices listed are based on the production cost and may change as we revise and reprint publications. You may order up to six no- publications without shipping and handling fees. 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Contents 4 4 4 4 5 5 6 7 7 7 8 8 10 11 12 13 13 13 14 14 14 14 15 15 15 16 17 18 18 19 19 20 20 20 21 22 23 23 Agriculture Oregon's Agricultural Industry Agricultural Health and Safety Animal Health and Nutrition Animal Pests and Predators Beef Caule Bees Buildings and Equipment Crops Alternative and Miscellaneous Crops Cereal Crops Forage and Hay PotatoesCommercial Seed Crops Dahy Fertilizer (see also Crops, Gardening) Food Processing Gardening (see also Fertilizer, Insect Identification and Control, Small Fruits, Tree Fruits and Nuts, Vegetables) Berries Diseases and Pests Flowers and Shrubs Vegetables Horticulture (see also Crops, Gardening, Wines and Winemaking) Christmas Trees Small Fruits (see also Gardening) Tree Fruits and Nuts (see also Gardening) VegetablesCommercial (see also Crops, Gardening) Ornamentals Insect Identification and Control (see also Gardening) Irrigation Lams Marketing and Management (see also CommunitySmall Business) Agricultural Economics Agricultural Marketing Management Business Management in Agriculture Pesticide Training Materials Plant Disease Identification and Control (see also Gardening) 23 24 24 25 25 25 26 27 Poultry Rabbits Rangeland Sheep and Goats Small and Part-time Farming Soils Weed Identification and Control (see also Crops) Wines and Winemaking 27 27 27 28 28 Community Impact Analysis Leadership Planning Public Policy, Government and Taxes 29 29 29 30 Regional Economics Small Business Energy Forestry (for Christmas tree information, see AgricultureHorticulture) 30 31 31 31 31 31 31 32 32 32 32 32 33 34 34 34 34 34 34 35 35 35 37 37 37 37 38 38 38 38 38 38 39 39 40 40 40 41 41 41 42 42 42 43 Forest Business Management Forest Issues Forest Measurement Forest Protection Identification Kinds of Assistance Logging Management Planning Marketing Forest Products Multiple Use Reforestation Stand Management Wood Processing Home Aging (see also Familes and Children) Clothing and Textiles Clothing Appearance Clothing Care Clothing Construction Clothing Selection Textiles Families and Children (see also Aging) Family Finance (see also Food Buying) Foods and Nutrition (see also MarineSeafood Preparation) Fish and Game Preparation Food Buying (see also Family Finance) Food Preparation Food Preservation and Storage Nutrition Home Health and Safety Household Equipment Housing and Home Furnishings MarIne Resources Business and Economics Engineering and Technology Marine Safety Natural Resources Recreation SeafOOd Preparation (see also HomeFoods and Nutrition) Seafood Technology Computer Software InformatIonal Brochures VIdeotape Programs PublIcations Order Form 3 A, Oregon's Agricultural Industry EC 917 EC 1233 Farming and Ranching in Oregon: A picture of diversity Oregon Agricultural Conunodities: Farm Values and Processed Values Agricultural Health and Safety Poisonous Plants Encountered in Oregon 25 Residential, Commercial, Industrial, Recreational and Governmental Pest-Control Operations EC 1159 Agricultural and Silvicultural Pest-Control Operations EC 1340 Why Do Septic Systems Fail? Septic Tank-Soil Absorption Systems EC 1341 Holding Tanks EC 1342 Septic Tank Maintenance EC 1343 Pesticides in Groundwater in the United States of EM 8406 America $5.50 PNW 228 Safe Chain Saw Operation 50 PNW 278 First Aid For Pesticide Poisoning 50 WRAES 16 Preventing Inner Ear Damage from Agricultural Noise WRAES 22 Farm/Home Workshop Safety Check WRAES 33 Work-Related Skin Problems WRAES 58 Step Ladder Safety/Straight Ladder Safety WRAES 63 Hand Lifting WRAES 64 Hand Signals for Agriculture WRAES 66 Chain Saw Safety WRAES 69 Extension Ladder Safety EC 801 EC 1158 Animal Health and Nutrition CA L21318 EC 950 EC 1046 EC 1052 EC 1053 EC 1060 EC 1065 FS 107 FS 108 FS 234 FS 248 FS 303 FS 306 PNW 157 SB 641 SB 665 WREP 39 4 Protecting Your Dog From Disease Caused By Eating Raw Fish 25 Preventing Prussic Acid Poisoning of Livestock 25 Poisonous Plants and Range Management Alternatives The California Mastitis Test 250 Understanding Calf Scours Cattle VaccinesWhich to Use? What You Should Know About Anaplasmosis Vibriosis in Range Cattle Nitrates in Cattle Feeding Feeding Grass Straws to Cattle and Horses Acute Emphysema of Cattle Preventing Selenium Deficiency in Livestock Detecting and Controlling Trichomoniasis in Beef and Daiiy Cattle White Muscle and Other Selenium-Responsive Diseases of Livestock 250 Chromic Oxide in Range Nutrition Studies Winter Nutrition of Fall-Calving Cows and Calves By-Products and Unusual Feedstuffs in Livestock Rations $2.25 Animal Pests and Predators EC 909 EC 910 EC 913 EC 914 EC 987 EC 1078 BC 1115 EC 1117 BC 1123 KS 44 PNW 225 TB 130 Predation by Coyotes and Other Animals Predator Control: History and Policies Deterrents to Predators of Livestock The Impact of Coyotes on Wildlife Mole Control 25 Controlling Ground Squirrel Damage to Field Crops, Ditches, and Dams 25 Controlling Pocket Gopher Damage to Lawns, Gardens, and Golf Courses 25 Controlling Pocket Gopher Damage to Agricultural Crops 25 Endangered and Threatened Species: The What, Where, and Why 5O The M-44 In Coyote Damage Control $2.25 Building an Electric Antipredator Fence 5O A Computer Simulation Study of Deer in Mendocino County, California Beef Cattle CI 641 CI 688 EB 831 BC 752 BC 934 BC 935 BC 951 EC 1033 BC 1035 EC 1051 BC 1061 BC 1062 BC 1063 BC 1064 BC 1066 BC 1067 EC 1068 BC 1069 EC 1070 BC 1071 BC 1072 EC 1073 EC 1074 EC 1075 BC 1210 EC 1345 Grass Straw as a Beef Feed: A Research Review Production and Marketing Strategies for Oregon High Desert Rangeland Cattle Producers 1968-1978 The Oregon Carcass of Merit Program 75 Evaluation and Judging of Beef Cattle Feeding Beef Cattle During Periods of Feed Shortages Creep Feeding and Early Weaning of Beef Calves How to Select, Grow, and Manage Replacement Heifers 75 Beef Production for Small Farms 50 Growing Out Young Bulls Synchronizing Estrus in Beef Cows Nitrate Poisoning in Beef Cattle Urinary Calculi in Beef Cattle Bloat Prevention and Treatment in Beef Grass Tetany in Beef Cattle Shrinkage in Beef Cattle Breeding Soundness of Bulls The A.I. Program for Beef Infectious Respiratory Diseases in Beef Preconditioning of Calves Beef Implants and Feed Additives Reproductive Tract Anatomy and Physiology of the Cow Care and Management of Calves at Weaning How to Handle Calving Difficulties Beef Ration BalancingThe Ins and Outs Using Forage Analysis to Formulate Winter Rations for Beef Cattle in Mid-Columbia Counties 25 Using National Sire Summaries to Improve Selection Skills 50' 5 EM 8237 EM 8253 EM 8322 PNW 173 SB 625 STOCK FEED TB 73 TB 96 TB 102 TB 110 TB 113 TB 140 WREP 100 WREP 101 Oregon Beef Cattle Improvement Program and Procedures $1.25 A Management Calendar for Fall Calving A Management Calendar for Spring Calving Freeze Marking Farm Animals 25 Stockwater's Effect on Cattle Performance on the High Desert Stocker-Feeder Management Guide (a collection of materials in a 3-ring binder with preprinted chapter dividers) $35.00 plus $3.00 shipping and handling on single-copy orders Beef Cattle Breeding Research in the Western Region Amount of Selection Applied and Response of Traits in Four Inbred Lines of Beef Cattle Some Factors Affecting Feed Efficiency in Beef Cattle Effect of Diethylstilbestrol on Growth and Carcass Quality of Beef Cattle The Effect of Initial Weight, Time on Feed, and Prefinishing Environment Upon Feedlot Performance of Steers Grass Straw in Finishing Rations for Cattle and Sheep A Modified Basis Contract for Feeder Cattle 50 Basis Contracting for Livestock 50 Bees EC 857 FS 240 FS 311 PNW 79 PNW 155 PNW 198 PNW 245 SB 598 SB 630 SB 636 SB 653 SB 656 SPOOl TB 125 TB 126 WREP 15 WREP 32 6 Removing Bees From Buildings 25 Controlling Wax Moths in Honeycombs Controlling Nosema Disease in Honey Bees Beekeeping $1.00 Alkali Bees: Their Biology and Management for Alfalfa Seed Production in the Pacific Northwest 50 Honey Bee Diseases and Their Control 25 Evaluating Honey Bee Colonies for Pollination A Guide for Growers and Beekeepers 25 Artificial Beds for Alkali Bee Propagation Chalk Brood Disease in the Leafcutting Bee A Natural Light Sapyga and Parasite Emergence Trap in Leafcutting Bee Management (Megachile rotund ata) Etiology and Epizootiology of Chalkbrood in the Lealcutting Bee, Megachile rotund ata (Fabricius), with Notes on Ascosphaera Species Inhibition of Chalkbrood Spore Germination In Vitro (Ascosphaera aggregata:Ascosphaerales) Biology and External Morphology of Bees $2.50 Bees of Northwestern America: AGAPOSTEMON (Hymenoptera:Halictidae) Bees of Northwestern America HAUCTUS (Hyrnenoptera:Ha!ictidea) How to Reduce Bee Poisoning from Pesticides 50 Parasites, Predators, and Nest Destroyers of the Alfalfa Leafcutting Bee, Megachile rotund ata 75 Buildings and Equipment EC 1032 EC 1076 EC 1108 Cattle Facilities Planning Farm Buildings 50 Managing Storage Facilities for Livestock Manure Obtaining Permits for Livestock Operations EC 1273 Hovers for Farrowing Buildings EC 1275 Selecting, Using, and Maintaining EC 1332 Pneumatic Tools for Installing Fasteners into Wood 75 Controlling Odors from Confined Animal FS 282 Operations Why Ventilate Animal Buildings? FS 302 ND AE-084 Temporary Grain Storage on the Farm 25 ND AE-094 Grain Drying Tables 25 ND AE-701 Grain Drying 25 Building Hobby Greenhouses 25 PNW 171 Pole-type Farm Building Construction 50 PNW 211 Protective Shelters For Beef Calves on PNW 264 Range 25 Basic Ventilation Considerations for PNW 307 Livestock or Poultry Housing 50 Troubleshooting a Mechanical Ventilation PNW 308 System for Livestock or Poultry Housing 50 Calibrating and Using a Backpack PNW 320 Sprayer $1.00 Limitations of Single- and Multi-man SB 609 Platform Harvesting Aids Effect of a Solid Windbreak in a CattleSB 646 Feeding Area Douglas-fir Bark as a Trickling Filter TB 124 Medium for Animal Waste Disposal Systems WRAES 89 Herringbone AJ. Breeding Chute WRAES 98 Cattle Trap WRAES 102 Hobby Greenhouse Design Notes Crops Alternative and Miscellaneous Crops CI 658 CI 679 CI 683 EC 1009 EC 1237 EM 8398 FG 15 FS 93 FS 223 Annual Weed Control in Furrow-Irrigated Mint The Economics of Producing and Marketing Soybeans in Oregon Selectivity and Efficacy of Diuron for Weed Control in Peppermint Soil Samples for Redbacked Cutworm in Peppermint 75 Growing Meadowfoam in the Willamette Valley New Crops for Oregon: Rapeseed 50 Peppermint (Western OregonWest of Cascades) Suggestions for Peppermint Wilt Control Cropping Peppermint on Soils Infested with Vertidillium Wilt 7 PNW 182 PNW 251 SB 648 TB 83 Insects onMint $1.50 A Sampling Plan For the Two-spotted Spider Mites in Mint 250 Meadowfoam (Limanthes ciba): Its Research and Development as a Potential New Oilseed Crop for the Willamette Valley of Oregon The Effect of Lime and Phosphorus on the Yield and Phosphorus Content of Legumes in Western Oregon Cereal Crops CI 691 CI 698 EC 1093 EC 1171 EC 1235 EC 1244 Winter Wheat Fertilization in the Northeast Intermountain Region of Oregon White Wheat Marketing Margins Between the Pacific Northwest and Japan The Hessian Fly in Oregon 25 Oregon Cereal Variety Profile: Hill 81 and Stephens Wheats 25 Oregon Cereal Variety Profile: Micah BarleyA Spring Barley for Irrigated Areas Oregon Cereal Variety Profile: FloraA Winter Triticale EC 1251 Oregon Cereal Variety Profile: MalcolmA Soft White Winter Wheat EC 1264 Oregon Cereal Variety Profile: OvesonA Soft White Winter Wheat FG 8 Spring Grains (Western OregonWest of Cascades) FG 9 Winter Wheat (Western OregonWest of FG 37 Cascades) Irrigated Spring-Planted Small Grains Mineral Soils (Eastern OregonEast of Cascades) FG 40 Irrigated Semi-Dwarf Wheat (Eastern Oregon East of Cascades) FG 54 FG 71 FS 250 FS 269 FS 272 FS 298 FS 308 FS 309 PNW 331 SB 611 SB 668 SB 670 TB 121 TB 135 Winter Wheat (Non-IrrigatedColumbia Plateau) Field Corn (Eastern OregonEast of Cascades) Take-All Root Rot of Winter Wheat Growing Winter Wheat on Poorly Drained Soil The Winter Grain Mite The Wheat Stem Maggot Recognizing and Controlling Cephalosporium Stripe: A Disease of Cereal Grain Evaluating Grain for Livestock Feed Triticale 25 Rye Flour Volatiles (Secale Cereale) Contribution of the Oregon Wheat Industry to Oregon's Economy Intensively Managed Irrigated Hard Red Winter Wheat Production Fertilizer Experiments with Winter Wheat in Western Oregon Crested Wheat Production; Impacts on Fertility, Row Spacing, and Stand Age Forage and Hay CI 625 CI 644 8 Alfalfa Variety Tests in the Columbia Basin, Blue Mountains and Snake River Valley "Sick" Alfalfa CI 694 EC 943 EC 1002 BC 1054 BC 1077 BC 1086 BC 1153 BC 1157 BC 1249 BC 1259 FG 1 Alfalfa Production Practices and Variety Performance in Southern Oregon Forage Quality: What It Is and Why It Is important Verticillium Wilt for Alfalfa 25 Alfalfa Silage Managing Pastures in Western Oregon 75 Making Lime-Pelleted Seeds 25 Growing Cereals For Forage 25 From Forage to ProfitHow to Establish and Manage a Productive Pasture in Western Oregon 75 Horse Owner's Guide to Buying Hay 75 Conserving Forage as Round Bale Silage Irrigated Clover Grass Pastures (Western OregonWest of Cascades) FG 4 Subclover-Grass Pastures, Western Oregon (Excepting Coos, Curry, Jackson, Josephine Counties) FG 10 Field Corn (Western OregonWest of Cascades) FG 17 Red Clover (Western OregonWest of FG 18 Cascades) Alfalfa (Willamette Valley and Northwest Oregon) FG 20 FG 21 FG 36 FG 38 FG 58 FG 63 FS 253 FS 254 FS 255 FS 256 FS 257 FS 258 FS 259 FS 260 FS 261 FS 262 FS 263 FS 264 FS 265 FS 266 FS 283 FS 284 FS 285 FS 287 FS 288 FS 289 FS 290 FS 291 Alfalfa (Eastern OregonEast of Cascades) Irrigated Clover-Grass Pastures (Eastern OregonEast of Cascades) Tall Fescue (Western OregonWest of Cascades) Irrigated Pastures (Central Oregon) Irrigated Clover-Grass Pastures (Southwest Oregon) Subclover-Grass Pastures Western Oregon (Coos, Curry, Jackson, Josephine Counties) Growing Alfalfa for Forage Growing Alsike Clover for Forage Growing Red Clover for Forage Growing White Clover for Forage Growing Subterranean Clover for Forage Growing Big Trefoil for Forage Growing Birdsfoot Trefoil for Forage Growing Kentucky Bluegrass for Forage Growing Orchardgrass for Forage Growing Perennial Ryegrass for Forage Growing Tall Fescue for Forage Growing Meadow Foxtail for Forage Growing Reed Canarygrass for Forage Growing Timothy for Forage Growing Sainfoin for Forage Growing Sweetclover for Forage Growing Strawberry Clover fer Forage Growing Rape and Kale for Forage Growing Field Peas for Forage Growing Smooth Bromegrass for Forage Growing Sorghum and Sudangrass for Forage Growing Annual Ryegrass for Forage 9 FS 292 FS 296 PNW 223 PNW 244 Growing Vetch for Forage Growing Turnips for Forage Testing the Quality of Alfalfa Hay 5O Selecting Alfalfa Varieties for the Pacific Northwest 75 SB 610 Recycling Nitrogen and Sulfur in GrassClover SB 617 SB 626 SB 633 SB 635 SB 649 SB 651 SB 662 TB 84 TB 99 TB 115 TB 139 TB 141 TB 149 Pastures Pulping Characteristics of Willamette Valley Grass Straws Seasonal Responses of Perennial Forage Grasses to Nitrogen Applications Effective Nodulation and Production of Subterranean Clover with Pelleted and Small Amounts of Lime Irrigated Pastures for Range Livestock The Influence of Seeding Rates on Yield and Stand of Alfalfa in Oregon's Wilamette Valley The Influence of Seeding Rates on Quality of Alfalfa in Oregon's Willamette Valley Phosphorus and Sulfur Fertilization of Established Subclover in Western Oregon Seasonal Yield and Chemical Content of Forage Mixtures on Pine Woodland Meadow Site in Northwestern Oregon Effect of Fertilizers on Irrigated Grass-Legume Pastures on an Astoria Soil Series Performance by Cattle and Sheep on SubcloverGrass Pastures Meiotic Irregularities in Tall Fescue Genotypes and Their Fl Hybrids Alfalfa Hay Quality in Oregon Seasonal Forage Production and Quality on Four Native and Improved Plant Communities in Eastern Oregon PotatoesCommercial CI 671 CI 678 EC 844 EC 860 EC 954 EC 1107 FG 19 FG 56 FG 57 FS 77 PNW 236 PNW 248 PNW 257 PNW 295 10 Cover Crop and Residue Management for Wind Erosion Control on Sandy Soils During Potato Planting Oregon Potato Variety Trials 1978 Tobacco Rattle Virus in Oregon Potatoes Controlling Green Peach Aphids on Potatoes Controlling Bacterial Soft Rot and Blackleg Potatoes 25 Selecting Fans for Commercial Potato Storage 5O Potatoes (Western OregonWest of Cascades) Irrigated Potatoes (Central Oregon and Kiamath Areas) Irrigated Potatoes (Columbia Basin-Maiheur County) Use of Soil Fumigation For Control of Verticillium Wilt of Potatoes Designing Bulk Potato Storage Structures 5O Potatoes: Influencing Seed Tuber Behavior 5O Potatoes Storage and Quality Maintenance in the Pacific Northwest 75 Insulation and Vapor Barriers in Potato Storage Buildings 75 TB 129 WREP 64 Effect of Fertilizers on Yield and Quality of Potatoes in the Willamette Valley Management of Potato Insects in the Western States $1.25 Seed Crops Time Isolation as a Safeguard to Varietal CI 623 Purity in Perennial Ryegrass, Annual Ryegrass and Orchardgrass Seed Production of Arrowleaf Clover in CI 635 Western Oregon Economic Characteristics of Farms CI 643 Producing Grass Seed in Oregon's Willamette Valley Production of Subterranean Clover Seed in CI 693 Western Oregon Bilibug Control in Orchard Grass Seed EC 850 Fields Inoculating Alfalfa and Clover Seed 25 EC 1055 The Oregon Seed Certification Program EC 1090 Burning Grass Seed Fields in Oregon's EM 8397 Willamette Valley: The Search for Solutions $3.50 Annual Ryegrass Seed (Western Oregon FG 5 West of Cascades) Fine Fescue Seed (Western OregonWest FG 6 of Cascades) Bentgrass Seed (Western OregonWest of FG 7 Cascades) Crimson Clover-Vetch-Austrian Peas FG 30 (Western OregonWest of Cascades) Bluegrass Seed (Northeast Oregon) FG 31 Blue Grass Seed (Western OregonWest of FG 44 Cascades) Orchard Grass Seed (Western Oregon FG 45 West of Cascades) Perennial Ryegrass Seed (Western FG 46 OregonWest of Cascades) FS 273 PNW 265 PNW 266 PNW 267 PNW 268 PNW 269 PNW 270 PNW 271 PNW 272 Winter Rapeseed Production in Western Oregon Turnip and Rutabaga Seed Production in the Pacific Northwest 25çt Cucurbit Seed Production in the Pacific Northwest 50 Spinach Seed Production in the Pacific Northwest 25 Cabbage, Brussels Sprouts, Cauliflower and Kohirabi Seed Production in the Pacific Northwest 250 Kale and Collard Seed Production in the Pacific Northwest 250 Mustard and Chinese Cabbage Seed Production in the Pacific Northwest 250 Table Beet and Swiss Chard Seed Production in the Pacific Northwest 25 Carrot, Parsnip and Parsley Seed Production in the Pacific Northwest 25 11 Lettuce Seed Production in the Pacific Northwest 25 Radish Seed Production in the Pacific NorthPNW 274 west 25 Forty Years of Testing...Grass & Legume Varieties SB 600 for Seed Yields in Oregon Fertilizing Kentucky Bluegrass and Fine Fescue for SB 601 Seed Production in Northeastern Oregon flower Seed Production Trials in Southern Oregon SB 619 Separating Seeds by Length With Special Indent TB 88 Cylinders Orchardgrass Seed Production in Western Oregon TB 108 Kentucky Bluegrass Seed Production in Western TB 114 Oregon Magnetic Separation of Seeds TB 137 WAEB 1309 Wheat Seed Quality 25 Alfalfa Seed Insect Pest Management WREP 12 PNW 273 Dairy CI 639 CI 651 EC 1007 EC 1091 EC 1102 EC 1103 EC 1104 EC 1206 EM 8350 EM 8408 EM 8412 An Economic Analysis of Alternative Milk Production Systems: Oregon Milk Marketing Area One 1971 The Influence of Feed Costs and Milk Price on Forage Production on Coastal Dairy Farms Planning A Dairy Waste Handling System Starting a Dairy in Oregon 25 Selecting a Dairy Waste Management System for the Willamette Valley Selecting a Dairy Waste Management System for Eastern Oregon Selecting a Dairy Waste Management System for the Oregon Coast Somatic Cell CountsWhat They Mean to Dairy Managers 25 Increasing Dairy Efficiency 5O Good Farm Equipment Sanitation Means Better Quality Milk Tests 5O Managing Daiiy Grazing for the Most Efficient Yields 5O FS 194 FS 201 FS 247 FS 280 FS 310 NCREP 267 NCREP 275 Energy for Dairy Cows So You Own a Cow...Now What? Energy Savings Through Higher Producing Cows Feeding Calves for Veal Selecting and Culling Dairy Cattle Coliform-Infected Dairy Cows Mastitis Control Program for Strep. Ag.-Infected Dairy Cows NCREP 277 MastitisA Closer Look NCREP 278 Non-Ag. Strep.-Jnfected Dairy Cows PASC 311 PASC 312 PNW 71 PNW 259 PNW 321 12 (Environmental Strep) Feeding the Newborn Calf 75 Feeding the Daiiy Heifer 75 Housing for Dairy Calves 250 Buying and Selling Forages Based on Moisture Content 25 Designing Dairy Free Stalls 25 SB 658 WRAES 92 WREP 13 WREP 38 WREP 67 WREP 70 WREP 110 Evaluating Dairy Waste Management Systems' Influence on Fecal Coliform Concentration on Runoff Detecting Stray Currents in Milking Parlors Dry Cow Feeding Management 25 Dairy Calf Housing Evaluating Daiiy Herd Reproductive Status Using DHI Records 50 Routine Fertility Examinations as Part of a Reproductive Daiiy Herd Health Program 75 Understanding the Basics of Managing Dairy Labor 25çt Fertilizer (see also Crops, Gardening) BC 1094 FG 00 FG 3 FG 64 FG 74 PNW 239 TB 142 Calculating the Fertilizer Value of Manure From Livestock Operations 75 Set of Fertilizer Guides (a collection of fertilizer guides, listed throughout this catalog) $2.50 Liming Materials for Oregon Fertilizing With Sewage Sludge A List of Analytical Laboratories Serving Oregon How to Calculate Manure Application Rates in the Pacific Northwest 25 Effect of Temperature on Nutritional Requirements of Plants Food Processing CI 624 CI 629 CI 632 FS 176 TB 111 TB 118 TB 123 Cherry Brining and Finishing The Chemical and Preservative Properties of Sulfur Dioxide Solution for Brining Fruit Procedure for Secondary Bleaching Brined Cherries with Sodium Chlorite Procedures for Sanitation in Retail Frozen Desserts Reclaiming Used Cherry Brines Quality and Yield of Brined Cherries Measuring Textural Characteristics of Fresh Fruit and VegetablesApples, Carrots, and TB 128 Cantaloupes Properties of Starch as Related to the Characteristics of Starch-Structured Breads Gardening (see also Fertilizer, Insect Identification and Control, Small Fruits, Tree Fruits and Nuts, Vegetables) EC 824 BC 871 BC 1228 EC 1247 Soil and Water Management for Home Gardens 250 Planning a Home or Farm Vegetable Garden 750 Planning and Preparing Your Vegetable Garden Site 25 Gardening with Composts, Mulches, and Row Covers 50 13 FS 220 FS 225 FS 246 FS 270 FS 304 PNW 151 PNW 152 PNW 164 PNW 165 PNW 170 Collecting and Storing Seeds from Your Garden Producing Transplants at Home Constructing Coldframes and Hotbeds Raised Bed Gardening Cover Crops for Home Gardens Propagating Herbaceous Plants from Cuttings 25 Propagating Deciduous and Evergreen Shrubs, Trees and Vines with Stem Cuttings 25 Propagation from Bulbs, Corms, Tubers, Rhizomes and Tuberous Roots and Stems 25 Layering to Renew or Multiply Plants 25 Propagating Plants from Seed 50 Berries EC 1303 EC 1304 EC 1305 EC 1306 BC 1307 EC 1308 BC 1309 EC 1310 Growing Blackberries in Your Home Garden 75t Growing Blueberries in Your Home Garden 50 Growing Grapes in Your Home Garden $1.50 Growing Raspberries in Your Home Garden 75 Growing Strawberries in Your Home Garden 75 Blueberry Cultivars for Oregon 75 Grape Cultivars For Your Home Garden 75 Raspberry Cultivars for Oregon Diseases and Pests Biology and Control of the Garden Symphylan BC 845 FS 139 FS 242 FS 277 FS 286 Blossom-End Rot of Tomatoes Discourage Plant Diseases in Your Home Garden How to Control Slugs How to Control Cabbage Maggots in Your Vegetable Garden Flowers and Shrubs FS 1 FS 12 FS 95 FS 154 FS 162 PNW 185 TB 148 Preparing Winter Storage for Fuchsias, Geraniums and Tuberous Plants Azalea and Rhododendron Care and Culture Dahlia Culture Preserving Cut Holly Care and Handling of Poinsettias Plant Materials for Landscaping 50 Easter Lily Growth and Development Vegetables Growing Rhubarb in Oregon 25 BC 797 EC 876 BC 886 EC 1004 EC 1226 EC 1227 EC 1231 EC 1260 EC 1268 BC 1333 FS 138 14 Grow Your Own Cabbage Grow Your Own Green Beans Growing Potatoes in the Home Garden 25 Grow Your Own Cucumbers Grow Your Own Peppers 25çt Grow Your Own Beets, Carrots, Radishes, and Other Root Crops 25 Grow Your Own Sweet Corn 50 Grow Your Own Lettuce, Spinach, and Swiss Chard 50 Grow Your Own Tomatoes 25 Garlic for the Garden Horticulture (see also Crops, Gardening, Wines and Winemaking) EC 1258 Living Mulch Options for Precision Management of Horticultural Crops 50 Christmas Trees PNW 6 Growing Christmas Trees in the Pacific Northwest 75 PNW 219 Managing Weeds and Vegetation in Christmas Trees 50 PNW 226 Developing High Quality True Fir Christmas Trees 75 PNW 227 Developing Sheared Douglas-fir Christmas Trees $1.00 WAEB 735 Recognition and Management of Christmas Tree Pests 75 WAEB 1479 Conversion of Christmas Tree Lands to Timber Stands $1.00 Small Fruits (see also Gardening) CI 655 Progress Report of Table Grapes in the EC 953 BC 1168 EC 1175 EC 1203 EM 8413 FG 14 FG 48 FG 49 FG SO Northern Willamette Valley Improving Bee Pollination of Commercial Caneberries 25 Strawberry Production, Returns, and Costs in Oregon and Washington 75 The Strawberry Crown Moth 50' Controlling Root Weevils in Commercial Strawberries, Caneberries, and Blueberries 50 1990 Pest Control Guide for Wine Grapes in Oregon $2.00 Strawberries in Western Oregon (West of the Cascades) Loganberries, Boysenberries and Marion Blackberries Red Raspberries (Western OregonWest of Cascades) Black Raspberries (Blackcaps) (Western OregonWest of Cascades) FG 51 Thornless Evergreen Blackberries (Western OregonWest of Cascades) FG 75 PNW 176 PNW 215 PNW 220 PNW 247 SB 620 SB 624 South Coastal Oregon Cranberries Commercial Red Raspberry Production $1.00 Highbush Blueberry Production $1.00 Controlling Damage of Vertebrate Pests to Grapes 25 Cranberry Production in the Pacific Northwest $7.50 Alternate-Year Production of Thorniess Evergreen Blackberries: Technical and Economic Feasibility Color and Pigment Analyses in Fruit Products 15 Strawberry Breeding and Evaluation for Mechanical Harvesting WAEB 1388 Small Fruit Pests: Biology, Diagnosis and Management $3.00 TB 131 Tree Fruits and Nuts (see also Gardening) Liming for Filbert Production in Western Oregon Integrated Control of Pear Psylla in Oregon's Hood River Valley Rain Beetle Grub Control in Orchards of the MidCI 684 Columbia, Oregon, Area: Summary of 1974-75 Fumigation Tests Controlling Diseases and Insects in Home EC 631 Orchards Control of Walnut Blight in Oregon BC 646 Shell Perforation and Poor Sealing of Walnuts BC 647 Apple Bud Development BC 650 Training and Pruning the Home Orchard 75 BC 733 Growing Prunes 25 EC 773 Growing Tree Fruits and Nuts in the Home BC 819 Orchard 50 Pollination and Fruit Set of Pear 25 EC 986 Pruning to Restore an Old, Neglected Apple EC 1005 Tree 50 Pollination and Fruit Set of Apple 25 BC 1087 Filbert and Walnut Production, Returns, and Costs BC 1173 in Oregon and Washington 75 Selecting Peach Varieties for the Willamette BC 1181 Valley 50 Growing Hazelnuts in Oregon $1.00 BC 1219 Training and Pruning Commercial Peach BC 1236 Orchards 50 Scab-Immune Apple Varieties For New BC 1334 Orchards 50 Apples FG 23 Sweet Cherries (Oregon) FG 25 Sweet Cherry Varieties and Pollinizers for Oregon FS 57 Care of Physically Injured Fruit and Nut Trees FS 60 Using Leaf Analysis to Diagnose Nutrient FS 118 Disorders in Tree Fruits and Small Fruits Mechanical Harvesting of Prunes in Oregon FS 132 When to Pick Apples and Pears FS 147 Controlling Walnut Husk Flies FS 168 Stone Fruit Pollination FS 172 Training and Pruning Sweet Cherry Trees for FS 202 Mechanical Harvesting Pruning Sweet Cherry Trees for Hand Harvest FS 207 How to Find Help Identifying Fruit Trees FS 238 Control of Premature Ripening of Bartlett Pears FS 241 The Apple Maggot in Oregon FS 271 Grafting Fruit Trees 50 PNW 62 Nutrient Disorders in Tree Fruits 25 PNW 121 Meadow Mouse Control in Tree Fruit PNW 154 Orchards 25 Training and Pruning Apple and Pear Trees 50 PNW 156 PNW 156-S Pods y Gala de Manzanos y Perales (Training and Pruning Apple and Pear Trees) CI 650 CI 660 16 PNW 174 PNW 208 PNW 221 PNW 235 PNW 282 PNW 313 PNW 319 PNW 328 PNW 332 PNW 341 SB 632 SB 634 TB 82 TB 93 TB 132 TB 143 Orchard Spraying in the Pacific Northwest $2.00 Rootstocks for Apple in the Pacific Northwest 25 Cold Resistance of Stone Fruit Flower Buds 50 Growing Walnuts in the Pacific Northwest 50 Bee Pollination of Tree Fruits 75 Managing Orchard Floor Vegetation in the Pacific Northwest 75 Gala/A New Early-Maturing Apple Variety 25 Using Horticultural Spray Oils to Control Orchard Pests 50 Evaluating Orchard Performance and Practices from Packout Records 75 Choosing Pear Rootstocks for the Pacific Northwest 25 Phenology and Plant Species Adaptation to Climates of the Western United States Integrated Pest Management of Insects and Mites Attacking Pears in Southern Oregon Effects of Long-Term Fertilizer and Management Practices on Growth and Yield of Pears Grown in a Clay Adobe Soil Stony Pit of Pear in Oregon Fluoride Investigations in The Dalles Area 1968-1974 Fluoride Investigations at the Mid-Columbia Experiment Station: 1961-1979 VegetablesCommercial (see also Crops, Gardening) EC 1172 EC 1180 EM 8300 FG 11 Snap Bean and Sweet Corn Production, Returns, and Costs in the Pacific Northwest $1.00 Detecting and Controlling the Corn Earworm in the Willamette Valley 50 Enterprise Budgets for Snap Beans, Sweet Corn, Table Beets, and Carrots in the Willainette Valley, 1984 $1.75 Sweet Corn (Western OregonWest of Cascades) FG 13 Table Beets (Western OregonWest of Cascades) FG 27 Broccoli (Western OregonWest of Cascades) (Also applicable to Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage and Cauliflower) FG 28 Bush Beans (Western OregonWest of Cascades) FG 29 Carrots (Western OregonWest of Cascades) FG 55 FG 62 Peas (Western OregonWest of Cascades) Sweet Corn (Eastern OregonEast of Cascades) 17 FG 65 OnionsMinerals Soils (Eastern OregonEast of Cascades) FG 67 FG 68 FG 72 FS 82 FS 83 FS 212 FS 222 FS 235 PENN PNW 150 PNW 243 PNW 277 TB 97 OnionsMuck SoilsWillamette Valley Western Oregon Vine Crops (Cucumbers, Melons, Squash. 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of Producing Ethyl Alcohol from Agricultural Products in Oregon The Demise of an Agricultural Lender: The Case of the Wiliamette Production Credit Association International Trade and the Oregon Economy 50 Vineyard Economics: The Costs of Establishing and Producing Wine Grapes in the Willamette Valley $230 Trends in Oregon Fannland Value The Costs of Owning and Operating Farm Machinery in the Pacific Northwest $2.75 Cooperative Mergers: Their Objectives, Success, and Impact on Growth The Short-Run Demand for a Reduction of Delivery Time in the Provision of Farm Machinery Parts: A Conceptual Framework The Impact of International Trade on U.S. Employment Levels and Composition Long-run Projections of Bartlett Pear Prices and Production Economics of Federal Range Use and Improvement for Uvestock Production Economic Analysis of Water, Nitrogen, and Seedling Rate Relationships in Corn Production on Woodburn Soils A Study of the Economics of Force Molting in Commercial Egg Production Economic 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A Survey of Farmers and Managers Management CI 702 EC 1012 EC 1017 EC 1097 EC 1335 EC 1336 EC 1337 EC 1338 Financial Adversity in Agriculture: An Overview Food Store Money Management The Function and Scope of Financial Audits and Auditors Setting Farm Business Goals 25 Agricultural Labor Information: Oregon Workers' Compensation Insurance Federal Unemployment Ta (FUTA) Oregon Employment Tax Federal Income Tax Withholding 21 EC 1339 EC 1348 EC 1349 EC 1350 EC 1351 EC 1352 EC 1353 EC 1354 EC 1355 EC 1356 EC 1357 EM 8311 EM 8338 EM 8390 SB 666 WREP 34 WREP 73 WREP 99 WREP 104 WREP 107 WREP 108 Agricultural Labor Information: Oregon Withholding Tax Agricultural Labor Information: Fair Labor Standards Act Farm Labor Contractor Certification/Licensing Social Security Tax Self-Employment Tax Agricultural Labor Information: How to Use "Agricultural Labor Information" Publications Intrastate/Interstate Clearance System Migrant and Seasonal Agricultural Worker Protection Act Agricultural Labor Information: Form 1-9, Employment Eligibility Verification Agricultural Labor Information: H2A Program Clearance Orders Agricultural Labor Information: Work-Day Report, ESA-92 Using Microcomputers in Farm and Ranch Management $4.00 Using FINPACK for Farm Financial Analysis and Planning: Two Videotape Case Studies $17.00 Oregon Farm and Ranch Business and Production Record Book I: Financial Records & Analysis $25.00 The Impact of Debt and Income Variation on the Simulated Financial Performance of Large Pacific Northwest Grass Seed-Grain Farms How to Analyze an Investment in Farmland 75 Analyzing Agricultural Investments 75 Selection and Implementation Of a Farm Record System 50 Financial Analysis of Proposed Farm Adjustments with a Partial Budget 50 Introduction to Database Management Systems for Agricultural Record Keeping $1.00 Selecting a Database Management System for Agricultural Record Keeping 75 Business Management in Agriculture EM 8339 EM 8340 EM 8341 EM 8342 EM 8343 EM 8344 EM 8345 EM 8346 EM 8347 EM 8348 EM 8382 EM 8383 EM 8384 22 Strategic Planning for Financial Success $1.00 Identifying Farm/Ranch and Family Goals $2.00 Selecting and Implementing a Farm Record System $2.00 Preparing a Balance Sheet $1.75 Preparing an Income Statement $2.00 Analyzing Financial Performance $2.00 Preparing a Cash Flow Statement $1.75 Analyzing Business Adjustments: Whole-Farm Budgeting $2.00 Analyzing Business Adjustments: Partial-Farm Budgeting $2.00 Facilitator's Guidelines for Business Management in Agriculture $5.00 Analyzing Land Investments $3.00 Farm Machinery and Equipment: Buy, Lease, or Custom Hire? $1.50 Obtaining and Using Credit Effectively $2.00 EM 8385 EM 8386 Analyzing and Selecting Enterprises $2.50 Managing Risk $1.75 Pesticide Training Materials CORN ANIM CORN AQUA CORN FOOD CORN FUMI CORN PEST CORN SEED CORN STRU CORN PLANT EM 8392 EM 8403 WAEB 669 WOOD APPL Pesticide Applicators Training Manual/ Animal $5.00 Pesticide Applicators Training Manual! 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