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Washington Asparagus     View
Website promoting Washington asparagus, which is "produced on approximately 10,000 acres in the Columbia Basin, the Yakima Valley and the Walla Walla area." Provides recipes, preparation tips, and a small section for children. From the Wash ...
http://www.washingtonasparagus.com

WSU Extension Bamboo Research     View
Collection of publications on "bamboo varieties for shoot and pole production in the maritime Pacific Northwest." Features a list of Pacific Northwest bamboo nurseries, brochures on bamboo shoots, a bamboo research report, photos, and relat ...
http://vegetables.wsu.edu/bamboo.html

Trees of the Pacific Northwest     View
"The purpose of this site is to help you identify common conifers in the Pacific Northwest. ... [L]earn more about specific genera, or ... try your hand at identifying a tree specimen with a user-friendly dichotomous key. If you don't have a spe ...
http://oregonstate.edu/trees/

PNW Insect Management Handbook     View
A handbook for insect control practices used in agriculture in Oregon, Washington, and Idaho. The focus is pesticides used to control insects for various crops. "As this handbook has increased in scope over the years, efforts have been made to i ...
http://pnwpest.org/pnw/insects/

An Online Guide to Plant Disease Control     View
"This site contains the alphabetical (A to Z) text sections of the ... Pacific Northwest Plant Disease Management Handbook, part of the OSU Extension Plant Pathology slide collection, as well as photographs. ... Additional articles from the hand ...
http://plant-disease.ippc.orst.edu

Washington State University Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center: Postharvest Information Network     View
Materials about the proper care and handling of tree fuit by producers after harvesting, for these Washington state crops: apples, pears, cherries, and stone fruit. Find articles on diseases and disorders, improving quality and flavor, marketing, pac ...
http://postharvest.tfrec.wsu.edu

WTU Image Collection: Plants of Washington     View
This collection features over 12,000 photos for about 2,000 species of plants found in Washington state. Photos are accompanied by descriptions and details about habitat and distribution. Browse by family, genus, species name, or common name, or sear ...
http://biology.burke.washington.edu/herbarium/imagecollection.php

Washington Rare Plant Care & Conservation     View
Background and research about rare plants in Washington state. Features images of rare plants, details about rare plant conservation monitoring activities and research at the University of Washington, a page on wildflowers, a rare plant quiz, and rel ...
http://courses.washington.edu/rarecare/

Bonsai Collection     View
Describes an outdoor collection of more than 50 bonsai trees located on the grounds of the Weyerhaeuser Corporation's International headquarters in Federal Way, Washington state. Features an online gallery of some of the trees by artists from Canada, ...
http://www.weyerhaeuser.com/Company/Bonsai

Pacific Northwest Bonsai Clubs Association     View
Provides information about this organization of bonsai clubs from British Columbia, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, and Washington state. Features a directory of member organizations, Pacific Northwest bonsai resources (such as nurseries and supply sources), ...
http://pnbca.com/

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