Identifying and Managing Mountain Beaver Damage to Forest Resources

The mountain beaver is a medium-sized rodent of the western Pacific Northwest. Mountain beavers cause damage to forest regeneration by clipping or girdling seedlings or saplings or both, and undermini ...
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Pacific Northwest Wildlife Management Basics for Pesticide Applicator Licensing

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How Soil pH affects the Activity and Persistence of Herbicides (Soil Acidification Series)

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Pesticides: Learning About Labels

Pesticides carry labels because the information is vital to your safety and important for proper application. The fact sheet provides a sample label, then walks you through the different sections, exp ...
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