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  • Vaccination for Newcastle disease, infectious bronchitis, fowl pox, and infectious laryngotracheitis 

    Hamilton, C. M.; Balch, R. K. (Pullman, Washington : State College of Washington. Extension Service., 1959-04)
  • Vaccination program for replacement and fryer chickens 

    Hamilton, C. M.; Balch, R. K. (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 1961-04)
  • Vaccination recommendations for Washington swine. 

    Washington State University Extension (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 1985)
  • Value of a one-time sweep application in managing no-till fallow 

    Esser, Aaron D. (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University Extension, 2017-04)
    Farmers across the intermediate rainfall (12–16 inches of annual precipitation) cropping region of eastern Washington traditionally use a tillage-based summer fallow-winter wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) system in their crop ...
  • Value of cultivation 

    State College of Washington Extension Service (Pullman, Washington : State College of Washington. Extension Service., 1917)
  • Value of vegetables 

    State College of Washington Extension Service (Pullman, Washington : State College of Washington. Extension Service., 1917)
  • Values for circle keepers 

    Wallace, Michael (Michael L.) (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University Extension, 2019-10)
    Traditional circle practices (also known as council circles or talking circles) may be interpreted as representing some of humankind’s earliest approaches to community health and human interaction. Modern circle practices ...
  • Valuing canola and camelina biodiesel byproduct meal as a livestock protein supplement 

    Neibergs, J. Shannon; Driver, Jon Paul; Llewellyn, Donald A. (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2016-05)
    A byproduct of canola and camelina biodiesel production is a protein rich byproduct meal. Byproduct feedstuffs such as canola and camelina meal may be a cheaper source of protein and energy than conventional feeds. This ...
  • Vanguard barley 

    Morrison, Kenneth J.; Nilan, Robert A. (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 1972-12)
  • Variable rate nitrogen application : Eric Odberg : farmer-to-farmer case study series : increasing resilience among cereal-based farmers in the Inland Pacific Northwest 

    Yorgey, Georgine; Kantor, Sylvia; Painter, Kathleen Marie, 1957-; Davis, Hilary; Bernacchi, Leigh (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2016-10)
    Eric Odberg farms near Genesee, Idaho, in an area receiving about 22 inches of precipitation annually. In this publication, Odberg discusses his experiences with variable rate nitrogen application and direct seeding. This ...
  • Veal production 

    Williams, Grady F. (1979-05)
  • Vegetable crops 

    Sorensen, Erik Jon, 1944- (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2005-04)
  • Vegetable diseases 

    Washington State University Extension (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 1962-12)
  • Vegetable fodder & forage crops for livestock production : rutabagas 

    Benedict, Chris; Miles, Carol A.; Johnson, Sacha J., 1982- (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2013-05)
    This fact sheet is part of a series that presents production information for growing a variety of vegetables in western Washington to supplement nutrition for livestock. Cultivars, soil characteristics, seeding, and weed ...
  • Vegetable grafting : eggplants and tomatoes 

    Johnson, Sacha J., 1982-; Kreider, Patti; Miles, Carol A. (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2011-10)
    Vegetable grafting is a centuries-old technique that originated in Asia to improve plant production, reduce disease susceptibility, and increase plant vigor. This fact sheet provides brief descriptions of how to prepare ...
  • Vegetable grafting : the healing chamber 

    Johnson, Sacha J., 1982-; Miles, Carol A.; Kreider, Patti; Roozen, Jonathan (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2016-07)
    It takes an average of 5–8 days after grafting for the rootstock and scion (top of grafted plant) to establish vascular connection and 14 days for the graft union to fully heal. During the first week after grafting, the ...
  • Vegetable grafting : watermelon 

    Miles, Carol A.; Hesnault, Lynnette; Johnson, Sacha J., 1982-; Kreider, Patti (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2013-01)
    This fact sheet provides a summary of how to prepare watermelon seedlings for grafting, some general considerations for grafting, how to heal grafted plants, and how to transplant and maintain grafted plants in the field.
  • Vegetable grafting : watermelon 

    Miles, Carol A.; Hesnault, Lynnette; Johnson, Sacha J., 1982-; Kreider, Patti (Pullman, Washington : Washington State University. Extension., 2016-06)
    This fact sheet provides a summary of how to prepare watermelon seedlings for grafting, some general considerations for grafting, how to heal grafted plants, and how to transplant and maintain grafted plants in the field.
  • Vegetable seed-treatment recommendations for 1944 for western Washington (for protection against seed decay and damping-off) 

    Gould, Charles J.; Dodge, John Carlton, 1909-1988 (Pullman, Washington : State College of Washington. Extension Service., 1944-02)