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61. Pepper As An Alternative Crop For Tobacco Producers
wooden pallets, held temporarily in a cold room, and loaded on tractortrailer trucksfor transport to urban centers in pennsylvania. North Carolina coop. ext.
Pepper as an Alternative Crop for Tobacco Producers Commercial Horticulture Newsletter, September-October 1998 Bob Bevacqua, Extension Agent for Commercial Horticulture,
Southampton Extension Office, Courtland, Va.,
and J.B. Daniel, Extension Agent for Crop and Soil Science,
Greensville/Emporia Extension Office, Emporia, Va. Two innovative, flue-cured, tobacco producers are exploring bell pepper production as an alternative or additional crop on their farms in Southeast Virginia. Their initial results are very promising. Corky Holloway and Jesse Harrell of Greensville County attribute part of their success to the new SE Va Farmers' Market in Courtland where their green, lobed peppers are cooled, packed, and shipped to distant markets. So that other growers can follow in their footsteps to profitability, the highpoints of their production and marketing strategies are presented below. Corky and Jesse's plantings measured 10.3 and 2.3 acres, respectively. Both grew the variety 'Camelot' and both employed the same production practices, such as greenhouse propagation of seedlings and plant spacing, as they use in their tobacco production. Other enterprises on their farms include cotton, peanut, and grain production. The peppers were harvested by hand by Spanish-speaking farm workers who seasonally work in the tobacco fields. The fruit were picked into buckets, as the buckets were filled, the fruit were transferred to thirty-bushel field bins. These bins are made of plastic and are provided by the farmers' market at no charge. The farmers were responsible for transporting the bins the 50-mile distance to the market.

62. HIA Contacts
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63. Sources Extension Resource Materials
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Alaska Cooperative Extension
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Fairbanks, AK 99775-6180 Fax: (907)474-6369 Phone: (907)474-7268 E-mail - Arizona Cooperative Extension University of Arizona Forbes 301 Tucson, AZ 85721 Cooperative Extension Service University of Arkansas P.O. Box 391 Little Rock, AR 72203 Publications University of California 6701 San Pablo Avenue Oakland, CA 94608-1239 Business Research Division University of Colorado Campus Box 420 Boulder, CO 80309 tml U.S.T.T.A. U.S. Department of Commerce

64. I. LEAVE ACCRUAL TABLE (pdf File - Must Have Acrobat Reader To
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I. LEAVE ACCRUAL TABLE (pdf file - must have Acrobat Reader to view and print). II. Attendance, Time Reporting, and Leave Accrual Records. LEAVE ACCRUAL RECORDS Vacation and sick leaves are accrued based on the leave accrual codes established on the Personnel Action Form (PAF). Leave code is established by the department when an appointment is initially set up. For staff employees thereafter, the Payroll/Personnel system will re-derive the leave code on the appointment. The Payroll/Personnel system re-derives the leave code for all staff employees during month-begin periodic maintenance that is usually done on the third working day of every month. The Payroll/Personnel system does not re-derive the leave codes for Academic employees Re-derivation of leave codes for staff employees is done once a month based on the employee service credit (ESC) and prior service months recorded on the employee database (EDB). ESC is recorded on the EDB once a month based on the hours on pay status. To earn 1 month ESC, an employee has to be paid 50 percent or more. The following indicates the rate at which vacation and sick leaves are accrued by the employee for an appointment.

65. Austin Hagan
Pathology, The Ohio State University MS, 1978, Plant Pathology, The Ohio State UniversityBS, 1975, Biology, Indiana University of pennsylvania. coop. ext. Ser.
Austin Hagan
106 Extension Hall
FAX (334) 844-4072
Areas of Interest:
The etiology and management of diseases of peanut, nursery and landscape crops, and turfgrasses, epidemiology of diseases of peanut, efficacy of fungicides, bactericides and natural products for the control of plant diseases, resistance of peanut, and woody trees and shrubs to diseases incited by fungi, bacteria, and viruses.
Ph.D., 1980, Plant Pathology, The Ohio State University
M.S., 1978, Plant Pathology, The Ohio State University
B.S., 1975, Biology, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
Professional Appointments:
  • 1998 to present, Professor of Plant Pathology and Extension Plant Pathologist, Department of Entomology and Plant Pathology.
  • 1992 to 1998, Professor of Plant Pathology and Extension Plant Pathologist, Department of Plant Pathology.
  • 1988 to 1992, Associate Professor and Extension Plant Pathologist, Department of Plant Pathology.
  • 1986 to 1988, Extension Plant Pathologist, Department of Plant Pathology.
  • 1980 to 1986, Extension Plant Pathologist, Pest Management Staff Group, Alabama Cooperative Extension Service.

66. USA WEEKEND Magazine :: Travel Service ::
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68. 2004 ESP Chapter Presidents
719549-2046 E-Mail New Mexico FREDERICK L. RICHARDSONDona Ana County ext. service 530 North Church Las Cruces, NM 88001-3440
2004 ESP Chapter Presidents
S ALPHA PI - Alabama REBECCA DOLLMAN P.O. Box 1088 Normal, AL 35762-1088 Phone: 256-858-4972 Fax: 256-851-5734 E-Mail: W ALPHA GAMMA - Alaska HOLLIS HALL 3511 Kreb Drive Fairbanks, AK 99709 Phone: 907-479-0617 Fax: E-Mail: W KAPPA - Arizona MATT LIVINGSTON P.O. Box 1203 Keams Canyon, AZ 86034-1203 Phone: 928-734-3708 Fax: 928-738-2360 E-Mail: S ALPHA IOTA - Arkansas JEFF WELCH P.O. Box 357 Lonoke, AR 72086 Phone: 501-676-3124 Fax: 501-676-7847 E-Mail: W ZETA - Colorado JEFF TRANEL 331 Library Wing 2200 Bonforte Blvd. Pueblo, CO 81001-4901 Phone: 719-549-2049 Fax: 719-549-2046 E-Mail: NE ALPHA CHI - Connecticut NORMAN BENDER New London County Extension Center University of Connecticut 562 New London Turnpike Norwich, CT 06360 Phone: 860-885-2827 Fax: 860-886-1164 E-Mail: NE MU - Washington DC ANNA MAE KOBBE SOAGRIBG RM 3905 1400 Independence AVE SW Stop 2225 USDA Washington DC 20250-2225 Phone: 202-720-2920 Fax: 202-690-2908 E-Mail:

69. Indiana University Of Pennsylvania - Dining Personnel
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70. Communicators Guide For Federal, State, Regional, And Local Communicators - Chap
Denise Decker, Customer service Manager, Natural Resources Conservation service,US Department NW, Fort Collins, CO 805234050,
National Partnership for Reinventing Government Table of Contents
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"Some editors are failed writers, but so are most writers." - T. S. Eliot Susan Bale, Web master, Kansas State University, 307 Umberger Hall, Manhattan, KS 66506-3402, Lew Brodsky, Director of Public and Congressional Affairs, Selective Service System, 1515 Wilson Blvd., 4th Floor, Arlington, VA 22209, Susan Buchanan. Publications Editor, Office of Communications, Peace Corps, 1111 20th St., N.W., Washington, DC, 20526, Kurt Byers, Communications Manager/Editor, University of Alaska Sea Grant College Program, PO Box 755040, Room 203 O'Neill Bldg., Fairbanks, AK, Donise Cheeks, Senior Analyst, Office of Research, Internal Revenue Service, Washington, DC 20224, Dr. Denise Decker, Customer Service Manager, Natural Resources Conservation Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture, Room 6812-S, Washington, DC 20250,

71. Around The Heart : Employment And Service Opportunities
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SEEKING A STUDENT WITH WEB SKILLS: Student Development is looking for a summer student worker who possesses strong computer skills, including Web page work and Dreamweaver. This is a 30-hour-a-week position. Applications are available in the Student Development Office in the basement of Carpenter Hall. For more information: call Heidi Miller, ext. 1317, or Lyn Thomas, ext. 1311. April 20, 2004 TUTORING POSITION: A college student is needed right away to tutor an adult on math and English twice a week for one hour. Pay is negotiable. For more information: contact David Mabry, 977-4386. SEEKING A STUDENT WITH WEB SKILLS: Student Development Central office is looking for a summer student worker who possesses strong computer skills, including Web page work and Dreamweaver. This is a 30-hour-a-week position. Applications are available in the Student Development Office in the basement of Carpenter Hall. For more information: call Heidi Miller, ext. 1317, or Lyn Thomas ext. 1311.

72. Internship List
Morris Arboretum, University of pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA; Mother Jones, San Center,Woodvale Farm, West Greenwich, RI; University of Georgia, coop. ext.
Environmental Internship List
Organizations Represented in the Internship Books, the 3-Ring Binders
on the bookshelves in the Student Resource Room at the Bittersweet Come browse, or wander the web sites linked to this page.
Note: Of course this is not an exhaustive list of internships "out there." Just the ones we've heard about. We're always eager to hear about other opportunities. Email the Student Services Coordinator, if you know of other intern-hosting organizations that should be listed here. Thanks.

73. Cooperative Extension Sponsored Or Co-sponsored Volunteer Water Quality Monitori
Shahab Farzanegan (1996) Community Fly Fisher Cornell cooperative ext. Mitch Fram(2000) Oklahoma Statewide Blue Thumb Oklahoma coop. pennsylvania, pennsylvania,
Cooperative Extension Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Programs
We identified 27 volunteer water quality monitoring programs sponsored or co-sponsored by Cooperative Extension in the United States and its territories. Now we are up to 38! The map on the right shows where and to what extent Cooperative Extension is involved in volunteer water quality monitoring across the nation. Not shown is an Extension co-sponsored program in American Samoa.
The first of these programs began in 1978, the most recent this year. In parentheses next to each coordinator's name is the year that the program began. Program volunteers are monitoring a wide range of aquatic habitats including rivers, streams, lakes, ponds, wetlands, estuaries, and drinking water wells.
We have listed the programs that are sponsored or co-sponsored by Cooperative Extension by state in the directory that follows. We have tried our best to keep the contact information current. Many programs have websites; we have created links to these sites for your convenience. We encourage you to explore the wide range of Extension volunteer monitoring programs and contact those that interest you. All our coordinators are more than happy to share their expertise and enthusiasm with you!

74. CSREES - USDA - Urban Program Resources
Maine Doug Babkirk University of Maine coop.ext. University extension service PennsylvaniaFred Davis Regional Director for cooperative
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The University of Arizona Arkansas Michael Hedges University of Arkansas California Rachel Mabie Surls Cooperative Extension- Los Angeles County Colorado Barbara Martin-Worley Colorado State University Connecticut Roy Jeffrey University of Connecticut Delaware Maria Pippidis University of Delaware District of Columbia Juanita Hartsfield Hazel University of D.C Outreach and Extension Service Florida Mary Chernesky Hillsborough County Coop. Ext.

75. Commercial Oriental Crop Production
Guide to growing Chinese cabbage and related crops for commercial market Georgia Cooperative Extension service (see Circular 695 Rodale Press. Emmaus, pennsylvania. Rodale Research Center Rodale Press Emmaus, pennsylvania. Rodale Research Center
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Chinese Cabbage Bok Choy Chinese Mustard Flowering Cabbage ... Chinese Broccoli SPECIALTY CROPS: Chinese Cabbage and Related Oriental Crops COMMERCIAL VEGETABLE PRODUCTION Prepared by William Terry Kelley, Extension Horticulturist - Vegetable Crops Chinese Cabbage Chinese cabbage is a member of the Cruciferae family, which also includes cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower and mustard. In fact, Chinese cabbage is more closely related to mustard than to cabbage. Though seemingly new to Southern diets, Chinese cabbage has been cultivated in North America for more than a century, and in China for almost 1,500 years. Today, it is grown for sale primarily in California, New Jersey, Hawaii and Florida. The flavor of Chinese cabbage is somewhat milder than cabbage when cooked or eaten raw and has been traditionally used in soups, egg rolls, stir-fry and for pickling. It can adequately substitute for cabbage in many Western dishes. Chinese cabbage is an annual that grows 10 to 20 inches tall. Two types are available: a leafy type (

76. Products And Services (Alternate Crops And Systems)
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77. Forest Pest Control - References And Suggested Readings
Murphy, PA 1978. Mississippi Forests Trends and outlook. USDA Forest ServiceResource Bulletin SO67. 32 p. Univ. GA, coop. ext. Serv. Bull. 1017. 51 p.
Forest Pest Control Douce, G.K., Moorhead, D.J., and Bargeron, C.T., Forest Pest Control, The University of Georgia, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Special Bulletin 16, Revised January 2002. References and Suggested Readings Adams, J., R. Platz, and J. Williams-Cipriani. 1994. Pest Trend-Impact Plot System (PTIPS) Beta Release 2. USDA Forest Service, Forest Pest Management, Methods Application Group, Report MAG-94-3. 120 p. Anon. 1989. Insects and Diseases of Trees in the South. USDA Forest Service R8-PR 16. 98 p. Douce, G.K., D.J. Moorhead, P.E. Sumner, E.A. Brown and J.J. Jackson. 1993. Forest Pest Control. Univ. GA, Coop. Ext. Serv., Athens, GA. Spec. Bull. 16. 31 p. Drooz, A.T., et al. 1985. Insects of Eastern Forests. USDA Forest Serv., Washington, D.C. Misc. Publ. 1426. 608 p. Guillebeau, P. (ed.) 2002. 2002 Georgia Pest Control Handbook. University of Georgia Cooperative Extension Service Special Bulletin 28. 604 p. (Published Annually) Jackson, J. J., K. Coder, R. Gilbert, T. Patrick, C. Rabolli, and L. Tankersley. 1992. Georgia’s Endangered Animals and Plants. Univ. GA, Coop. Ext. Serv., Athens, GA. Bull. 1071. 31 p. Miller, J., B. Barber, M. Thompson, K. McNabb, L. Bishop and J. Taylor, Jr. 1992. Pest and Pesticide Management on Southern Forests. USDA Forest Service Management Bulletin R8-MB 60. 46 p.

78. League Service Corporations
Tom), ext. 6422 (Mark) Fax 469385-6505 e-mail mchatfield@tcul.coopUT. Lynn Kuehne, Executive Vice President Credit Union service Corporation
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Tom Hodge, CLE, Vice President Mark Chatfield, SVP, Chief Mktg Officer Credit Union Resources, Inc. 4455 LBJ Freeway Ste. 201 Farmers Branch, TX 75244-5998 P.O. Box 655147 Dallas, TX 75265-5147 Phone: 469-385-6400, ext. 6424 (Tom), ext. 6422 (Mark) Fax: 469-385-6505 e-mail:
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79. Christmas Trees: Traditions, Production, And Diseases
NC coop. ext. Serv., Christmas Tree Notes, CTN017. 3 pp. The PennsylvaniaHorticultural Soc.Green Scene 23(2) 4-7. Koelling, MR 1999.
The Christmas Tree
The Christmas Tree: Tradition, Production, and Disease - References
Adams, G.C., Jr. and Bielenin, A. 1988. First report of Phytophthora cactorum and P. citricola . Plant Disease 72:79 (Abstract). Albers, H. H., and Davis, A. K. 1997. The wonderful world of Christmas trees. 100 pages. Mid-Prairie Books, Parkersburg, Iowa. Anonymous. 1996. Gallup poll shows real tree use surged in 1995. American Christmas Tree J. 40(2): 13. Anonymous. 1999a. NCTA public opinion survey supplies upbeat information. Christmas Tree Lookout 32(2): 22-24. Anonymous. 1999b. Christmas trees rank high in Oregon. Christmas Tree Lookout 32(3): 8. Baumann, D. 1996. The Gallup poll revisited. American Christmas Tree J. 40(3): 5-6. Benson, D. M., and L. F. Grand. 1999. Disease incidence of Phytophthora root rot of Fraser fir in North Carolina. Phytopathology 89:S6 Benson, D.M., Grand, L.F., and Suggs, E.G. 1976. Root rot of Fraser fir caused by Phytophthora drechsleri . Plant Dis. Rep. 60:238-240. Benson, D. M., Hinesley, L. E., Frampton, J., and Parker, K. C. 1997a. Evaluation of six

80. Cantaloupe And Specialty Melons
recommended by the University of Georgia Cooperative Extension service. Chemical weed control recommendations for
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Cantaloupe and Specialty Melons PREFACE This publication was compiled to meet the growing cantaloupe industry in Georgia. Its 10 chapters represent the latest information available on successful cantaloupe and specialty melon production. This publication is the compilation of information through the Georgia Vegetable Team, a cross-discipline commodity group within the University of Georgia. Thanks are extended to all the contributors and reviewers for their efforts in putting this publication together. CULTURE George E. Boyhan, W. Terry Kelley, Darbie M. Granberry Description Cantaloupe and specialty melons are members of the cucurbit (Cucurbitaceae) family, which also includes several warm season vegetables such as watermelon, squash and cucumber. Cantaloupes and specialty melons grow as prostrate vines with andromonecious flowering, both perfect (with male and female flower parts) and imperfect (male flowers). The scientific name for cantaloupes (muskmelons) and specialty melons is Cucumis melo . This species is subdivided into seven botanical variants: cantaloupensis, reticulatous, inodorous, flexuosus, conomon, chito and dudaim. Only two of the seven variants have significant commercial importance in the United States. These are the reticulatous and inodorous variants.

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