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  • Credit checklist: analysis of an opinion 

    Unknown author (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 1966-09)
  • Creeping Buttercup 

    Unknown author (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension.Corvallis, Oregon : Oregon State University. Extension Service.Moscow, Idaho : University of Idaho. Extension.Washington, D.C. : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture., 1996-01)
    Introduced as an ornamental from Europe, this weed has become the most troublesome member of the buttercup family. Found in lowland pastures and wet areas, the yellow buttercup is toxic and can taint milk and cause illness ...
  • Criteria and procedures for granting tenure 

    Unknown author (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 1977-10)
  • Critical nutrient ranges in Washington irrigated crops 

    Dow, A. I. (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 1980-12)
  • Critical Temperatures for Blossom Buds - Cherries 

    Ballard, James K.; Proebsting, Edward L.; Tukey, Ronald B.; Mills, Harlan (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 1997-09)
    A useful frost guide for anyone with an orchard or just a few cherry trees. Full color close-ups of blossom buds at various stages are keyed to a chart that gives susceptibility to cold temperatures at different growth ...
  • Critical Temperatures for Concord Grapes 

    Proebsting, Edward L.; Brummund, Vern P.; Clore, W. J. (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 1991-06)
    As bud development stages are reached, their susceptibility to frost increases markedly. To prevent unnecessary die-off, this table presents the critical temperature ranges for kill rates of 90% & 10% for various stages ...
  • Critical temperatures for concord grapes 

    Proebsting, Edward L.; Brummund, Vern P.; Clore, W. J. (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 1978-03)
  • Crop and soil recommendations for eastern Washington, non-irrigated 

    Unknown author (Pullman, Washington : State College of Washington. Extension Service., 1951-02)
  • Crop and soil recommendations for western Washington, 1951 

    Unknown author (Pullman, Washington : State College of Washington. Extension Service., 1951-02)
  • Crop corps volunteer 

    Unknown author (Pullman, Washington : State College of Washington. Extension Service., 1943-06)
  • Crop Enterprise Budgets: Two-Year Rotation, Garfield County 

    Hinman, Herbert R., 1943-; Bragg, David (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 1990-11)
    This bulletin presents projected costs and returns for a potential well-managed farm growing winter wheat after summer fallow in Garfield County, Washington. Budget costs and returns are representative and should be adjusted ...
  • Crop Profile for Apples in Washington 

    Smith, Timothy J. (Timothy Jon) (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2001-06)
    Washington State ranks first in the nation in production of apples. Washington State grows 53% of the U.S. apple supply with 66% of the apples grown for fresh consumption. Growing conditions, culture and common pest problems ...
  • Crop Profile for Barley in Washington 

    Turner, William J.; Yenish, Joseph P. (Joseph Paul), 1959-; Line, Roland F.; Chen, Xianming (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2001-04)
    Washington State ranked fourth in U.S. Barley production in 1999 with 10.3% of the U.S. crop. Eastern Washington counties produce this nonirrigated grain crop. Growing conditions, culture and common pest problems are ...
  • Crop Profile for Bedding Plants in Washington 

    Copes, Warren (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2000-12)
    Bedding plants account for 26% of total gross sales for the plant industry in Washington State. Bedding plants include annual and perennial plant species that provide seasonal color in landscapes and hanging baskets. Lists ...
  • Crop Profile for Cabbage Seed in Washington 

    Jones, Lenora J.; Foss, Carrie R. (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2000-03)
    Washington State supplies 75% of U.S. and 50% of world production of cabbage seed. Growing conditions in western Washington, culture and common pest problems are discussed and illustrated. Control measures are given where ...
  • Crop Profile for Canola in Washington 

    Bragg, David; Burns, John W. (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2000-09)
    Washington State ranked 5th in U.S. Canola production in 1998, having 8% of the U.S. total. Canola is the registered name for food-quality rapeseed oil. Canola is produced in intermediate and higher rainfall zones in dryland ...
  • Crop Profile for Carrots in Washington 

    Sorensen, Erik Jon, 1944- (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2000-08)
    Washington State ranks first in the nation in production of processing carrots and fourth for fresh market carrots. Growing conditions, culture and common pest problems are discussed and illustrated in color. Control ...
  • Crop Profile for Christmas Trees in Washington 

    Rinehold, John W. (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 1999-03)
    Presents an overview of the commercial Christmas tree industry in Washington, including comprehensive sections on management of insect, disease, and weed pests. Washington has 425 Christmas tree growers and ranked 4th in ...
  • Crop Profile for Cranberries in Washington 

    Patten, Kim D., 1953-; Booth, Steve (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2000-03)
    Presents an overview of the cranberry industry in Washington and its cultural practices including problems with insect and disease pests. This profile explains each pest and its treatment. The final section covers weed ...
  • Crop Profile for Dry Peas in Washington 

    Bragg, David; Burns, John W. (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2000-08)
    Washington State ranks first in the nation in edible dry pea production, with 44.5% of U.S. production. Growing conditions, culture and common pest problems are discussed and illustrated in color. Control measures are given ...