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Acidifying Soil for Crop Production: Inland Pacific Northwest

Soil acidification is used to reduce soil pH to improve crop performance and increase economic returns. Soil acidification is a long-term and expensive process, and should be considered on a site-s ...

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Aeschliman Farm Case Study: Direct Seeding in the Inland Northwest
John and Cory Aeschliman farm 4000 acres in a 15- to 20-inch annual rainfall zone from south of Dusty to Colfax, WA. Crops are winter wheat, spring wheat, continuous spring grains or chemical fallow o ...

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Barker and Shoun Case Study: Direct Seeding in the Inland Northwest
Pat Barker and Steve Shoun were co-elected Columbia County Conservation Farmer of the Year in 1998 for their innovative work with cost-reducing direct seeding in southeastern Washington. Presents thei ...

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Berries for the Inland Northwest
Berries and grapes offer many opportunities for Inland Northwest gardeners to expand their food gardens. Sections include: growing berries and grapes, blueberries, currants and gooseberries, grapes, s ...

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Considerations and Resources for Vineyard Establishment in the Inland Pacific Northwest
Vineyard establishment requires careful planning and implementation. This guide is designed to help you through the initial questions and considerations before establishing a new vineyard. Early decis ...

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Ecology and Control of Russian Thistle After Spring Wheat Harvest

Russian thistle is the most problematic broadleaf weed for spring-sown crops in the low-precipitation (< 14 in./yr) region of the Inland Pacific Northwest, USA. A 6-yr field experiment was conducte ...

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Enhancing Reforestation Success in the Inland Northwest
Eliminating weed competition reduces costs per tree established, increases available water for tree growth, and increases wildlife habitat by speeding up crown closure. Photographs, tables, and mixing ...

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Ensley Farm Case Study: Direct Seeding in the Inland Northwest
The Ensleys, Mike, Jack, and Jeremy, farm 2000 acres near Colfax, WA. Crops are winter wheat/ spring cereal/ spring legume or chemical fallow. Jack Ensley's two main passions are soil conservation and ...

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Frank Lange Farm Case Study: Direct Seeding in the Inland Northwest
John and Cory Aeschliman farm 2100 acres in a 17- to 20-inch annual rainfall zone in the Palouse-Colfax, WA, area. Crops are winter wheat/ spring wheat/ spring lentils. Frank hires someone to custom-s ...

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Fruit Trees for the Inland Northwest
Topics include: climate and site selection, variety selection and purchasing, rootstocks, planting, training, and maintenance, pollination, harvest and yield, disease and pest control, insect and dise ...

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