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Iowa State Research Farm Reports Available To Public, Mark S. Honeyman 2015 Iowa State University

Iowa State Research Farm Reports Available To Public, Mark S. Honeyman

Integrated Crop Management News

There are fourteen Iowa State University Research and Demonstration Farms in Iowa; nine owned by associations (local farmers) and five owned by the university. One responsibility of Iowa State to the associations is to provide an annual farm progress report on the agricultural research and related scientific agriculture activities conducted at the farm as a year-end summary. Those reports, that were made available in the past to the members and others in print form, are now available online to the public athttp://fpr.extension.iastate.edu/ in a new format.


Certified Crop Adviser Exam Review Course Offered By Isu Extension, Brent A. Pringnitz 2015 Iowa State University

Certified Crop Adviser Exam Review Course Offered By Isu Extension, Brent A. Pringnitz

Integrated Crop Management News

Individuals planning to become a Certified Crop Adviser (CCA) can attend a two-day ISU Extension course to assist with exam preparation. ISU extension specialists will cover the performance objectives for the exam and provide additional assistance on topic areas of most concern to students. Students will take interactive quizzes during the course and finish with a practice examination.


Commercial Manure Applicator Training Scheduled For Jan. 6, 2011, Angela M. Rieck-Hinz 2015 Iowa State University

Commercial Manure Applicator Training Scheduled For Jan. 6, 2011, Angela M. Rieck-Hinz

Integrated Crop Management News

Commercial manure applicators can attend three hours of training on Thursday, Jan. 6, 2011, to meet annual commercial manure applicator certification requirements. Iowa State University (ISU) Extension and the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR) will conduct Commercial Manure Applicator training from 9 a.m. to noon at 75 locations in Iowa, and four locations in surrounding states. Registration begins at 8:30 a.m. There is no fee for the workshop but applicators must register by Dec. 30 with the ISU Extension county office where they plan to attend. A complete list of county extension offices offering this workshop ...


Confinement Site Manure Applicator Workshops Scheduled For 2011, Angela M. Rieck-Hinz 2015 Iowa State University

Confinement Site Manure Applicator Workshops Scheduled For 2011, Angela M. Rieck-Hinz

Integrated Crop Management News

Confinement site manure applicators and anyone interested in learning about manure issues should plan to attend a two-hour workshop offered by Iowa State University (ISU) Extension in January or February 2011. These workshops are offered in cooperation with the Iowa Department of Natural Resources (DNR). There is no fee to attend the workshops, but applicators will need to pay certification fees to complete certification requirements.


Seven Hills Winery Vineyard And Grower Portfolio, Seven Hills Winery 2015 Linfield College

Seven Hills Winery Vineyard And Grower Portfolio, Seven Hills Winery

Seven Hills Winery Documents

A grower's portfolio describes a grape grower's philosophy and includes a description of all current vineyards used by the winery. Seven Hills Winery uses a variety of grapes from many different vineyards around the Pacific Northwest, with vineyards located in the Walla Walla Valley, Red Mountain, Wahluke Slope, and the Columbia Valley (all in Washington), as well as vineyards located in Oregon's Umpqua Valley. Gathering grapes from a variety of locations helps to create strong regional white and red wines.


Whitehouse-Crawford Co. Building History, Unknown 2015 Linfield College

Whitehouse-Crawford Co. Building History, Unknown

Seven Hills Winery Documents

This document provides a brief history of the Whitehouse-Crawford Company building in Walla Walla, Washington. The building stands on the site where the Whitehouse-Crimmins plant had been located. The Whitehouse-Crimmins plant was destroyed by fire in 1903, but it was immediately rebuilt when J.R. Crawford joined with Whitehouse-Crimmins to form the Whitehouse-Crawford Company. The building was used as a mill and furniture manufacturing plant until 1988, when it was acquired by the city of Walla Walla. The building is listed on the Washington Historic Register and the National Register of Historic Places. Fully restored to its original specifications in ...


Managing Rock Squirrels In Utah, Nicki Frey 2015 Utah State University

Managing Rock Squirrels In Utah, Nicki Frey

All Current Publications

Although they do not exist in large colonies like other ground squirrels, rock squirrels can still sometimes generate conflicts with homeowners and farmers alike. Most damage occurs when a few rock squirrels take residence in a homeowner’s back yard, and begin to forage on garden vegetables and fruit trees. There are several direct and indirect ways that private landowners can manage and reduce rock squirrels on their property. This fact sheet give management tips.


Steamboat Conference History, Stephen J. Cary 2015 Linfield College

Steamboat Conference History, Stephen J. Cary

Stephen Cary Documents

This document describes the history of the Steamboat Conference. The Steamboat Conference is an annual collaboration between Pinot Noir winemakers from Oregon and California. Eugene chef Del Pearl, Sunriver sommelier Rick Denton, California winemaker Jim Olsen, and Stephen Cary came up with the idea for the gathering and sharing of knowledge in the fall of 1979. Originally the plan was to alternate locations for the conference between Oregon and California, but after the first four years they decided the Steamboat Inn in Oregon's Umpqua Valley was the best location, and the conference has remained there since. In the last ...


James Leigh Cellars Wine Descriptions, James Leigh Cellars 2015 Linfield College

James Leigh Cellars Wine Descriptions, James Leigh Cellars

Spofford Station Documents

These proof copies of labels that will adhere to the back of a wine bottle describe the 2003 Walla Walla Valley Spofford Station Merlot, the 2003 Walla Walla Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, the 2003 Walla Walla Valley Palette and the 2003 Walla Walla Valley Spofford Station Syrah, all from James Leigh Cellars. The Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Syrah all received accolades from Wine Enthusiast.


James Leigh Cellars Information Sheet, James Leigh Cellars 2015 Linfield College

James Leigh Cellars Information Sheet, James Leigh Cellars

Spofford Station Documents

James Leigh Cellars (JLC), doing business as (dba) Spofford Station Vineyard, is owned and operated by Lynne Chamberlain. This document provides a description of the operation and provides details on how Chamberlain is a key participant among viticultural organizations in the Walla Walla Valley. The document also provides award information for JLC wines from 2006-2009.


Lynne Chamberlain Resumé, Lynne Chamberlain 2015 Linfield College

Lynne Chamberlain Resumé, Lynne Chamberlain

Spofford Station Documents

Born and raised in the Walla Walla Valley, Lynne Chamberlain (owner of Spofford Station) transitioned to viticulture after attending graduate school for education at the University of Maryland. Among many positions, Chamberlain has consulted in marketing and sold real estate, along with participating on a number of civic boards.


Spofford Station Fact Sheet, Spofford Station 2015 Linfield College

Spofford Station Fact Sheet, Spofford Station

Spofford Station Documents

This information sheet on Spofford Station, owned by Lynne Chamberlain, explains that the business produces two wine labels and provides other agriculture products, such as soft wheat, mint, and "pre-marinated" Cabernet cows.


2007 Vintner's Award For James Leigh Cellars, Seattle Wine Awards 2015 Linfield College

2007 Vintner's Award For James Leigh Cellars, Seattle Wine Awards

Spofford Station Documents

This document recognizes the 2003 Walla Walla Valley Cabernet Sauvignon from James Leigh Cellars, which won a 2007 Vintner's Award at the Seattle Wine Awards in Seattle, Washington. The Vintner's Award recognizes outstanding Washington wines which by panel consensus were eligible for (but which did not receive) the highest honors of Gold, Silver, or Bronze.


2004 Spofford Station Estate Syrah Information Sheet, Spofford Station 2015 Linfield College

2004 Spofford Station Estate Syrah Information Sheet, Spofford Station

Spofford Station Documents

This information sheet describes the 2004 Spofford Station Estate Syrah, recognized in the May 2008 edition of Wine Enthusiast as part of their buying guide. The wine scored 95 points and was named an "Editor's Choice."


Lynne Chamberlain Information Sheet, Lynne Chamberlain 2015 Linfield College

Lynne Chamberlain Information Sheet, Lynne Chamberlain

Spofford Station Documents

This information sheet for Lynne Chamberlain, owner of Spofford Station in Walla Walla, Washington, explains how she found her passion in wine while making frequent trips to Napa during her time studying education in Washington, D.C.


2004 Spofford Station Estate Syrah Fact Sheet, Spofford Station 2015 Linfield College

2004 Spofford Station Estate Syrah Fact Sheet, Spofford Station

Spofford Station Documents

This information sheet describes Spofford Station's 2004 Estate Syrah. The wine, aged in neutral barrels, is 95% Syrah and 5% Merlot.


How’S Your Scn Resistance Holding Up?, Gregory L. Tylka 2015 Iowa State University

How’S Your Scn Resistance Holding Up?, Gregory L. Tylka

Integrated Crop Management News

If you have fields infested with the soybean cyst nematode (SCN), it is very likely that you are growing SCN-resistant soybean varieties to manage the pest. Resistant soybeans have been a great management tool to combat SCN, but the resistant varieties suffer from a serious lack of genetic diversity.


Woodward Canyon Japanese Market Wine Fact Sheet, ORCA International 2015 Linfield College

Woodward Canyon Japanese Market Wine Fact Sheet, Orca International

Woodward Canyon Winery Documents

Japanese-language wine fact sheets created by Orca International advertise wines from Woodward Canyon Winery in Walla Walla, Washington. Featured wines are Chardonnay, Estate Chardonnay Walla Walla Valley, Barbera, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon Artist Series, and Cabernet Sauvignon Old Vines. Orca International imports and distributes wine from Washington, Oregon, California, and parts of France to restaurants and wine shops throughout Japan.


Walla Walla Vintners Scrapbook, Walla Walla Vintners 2015 Linfield College

Walla Walla Vintners Scrapbook, Walla Walla Vintners

Walla Walla Vintners Documents

Events and the early development of Walla Walla Vintners in Walla Walla, Washington are graphically presented in this scrapbook from 1995-1998. The ten-page scrapbook includes photographs of founders Myles Anderson and Gordy Venneri, progress on construction of the Walla Walla Vintners winery, and early production wine labels.


2012 Seattle Wine Awards, Seattle Wine Awards 2015 Linfield College

2012 Seattle Wine Awards, Seattle Wine Awards

Walla Walla Vintners Documents

Walla Walla Vintners won the "Gold" Grand Award of Excellence at the 2012 Seattle Wine Awards for their 2009 Malbec, 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon, and 2010 Cabernet Franc. The awards were granted at the 7th Annual Seattle Wine Awards, hosted by the Rainier Club.


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