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    • Applying Pesticides Safely 

      Latimer, Joyce G. (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2016-01-19)
      Proper use of pesticides is essential for your safety and for that of the environment. Pesticides must be used correctly to be effective. This publication reviews the key factors in the proper use of pesticides.
    • Can It Safely 

      Boyer, Renee Raiden (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2013-08-28)
      Provides information about different methods of canning, safety concerns and more.
    • Choosing Pesticides Wisely 

      Latimer, Joyce G. (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2016-01-15)
      Before you purchase any pesticide, you should answer some important questions. This publication will help you answer the following critical questions: Which pesticide will meet your need? Which pesticide is best for your ...
    • External parasites of beef cattle 

      Rowell, John Orian (Virginia Polytechnic Institute. Agricultural Extension Service, 1965-06)
      Discusses various parasites of beef cattle, effective insecticides and application methods, and safety precautions.
    • Kids Kitchen: Play it Safe! 

      Goodwin, Stephanie K. (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2010-10-18)
      A pictorial kitchen safety quiz for children.
    • Living well. Summer 2010 ; a newsletter of Family and Consumer Sciences 

      Hahn, Johanna; Ridings, Karen; Chase, Melissa W.; Elkins, Kim (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2013-04-23)
      This issue focuses on how we can protect our children and our financial resources from predators and unscrupulous business owners.
    • Planning for Baby. Car Seats 

      Hayhoe, Celia Ray; Hsu, Chungwen (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-10-22)
      You will need to take your baby home from the hospital using a car seat. Taking the baby with you presents many changes. The important thing to remember is that the baby's safety should come first.
    • Planning for Baby. Crib Safety Tips 

      Hayhoe, Celia Ray; Hsu, Chungwen (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2009-10-23)
      Your baby will spend a lot of time sleeping. It is important to make sure that the crib is safe and where your baby is comfortable. This fact sheet gives the basic guidelines to get you started. As you become more comfortable ...
    • Powered Hand Tools Safety: Lawn Care Training Guide 

      Grisso, Robert D. (Robert Dwight), 1956-; Perumpral, John V.; Ohanehi, Donatus Chukwubueze, 1949-; Goatley, Michael; Sutphin, Cathy; Swafford, Dan; Estes, Carl (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2014-09-24)
      Discusses safety issues when powered hand tools are used in lawn care.
    • Raising Fowl and Small Animals in Urban Areas 

      Clauer, Phillip J.; Jacobs, Leonie (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2018-09-28)
      Discusses the raising of poultry, pigeons and other small animals in urban areas. Factors to consider include health and safety, appearance and property values, noise and odors, and relationships with neighbors.
    • Safety in the Food Laboratory 

      Virginia Cooperative Extension Service (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 1971-06)
      Discusses the safety considerations unique to food laboratory facilities.
    • The Basics of Knife Skills 

      Ahmed, Sarah (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2017-04-27)
      Discusses safety in using kitchen knives and proper techniques for slicing and preparing foods.
    • Variety counts. Activity 5, handout 5, 6. Make taco pizza, for the member 

      Virginia Cooperative Extension Service (Virginia Cooperative Extension Service, 1986-09)
      Presents good habits and safety measures for cooking. Includes a recipe for taking a taco pizza.
    • Virginia Household Water Quality Program: Bacteria and Other Microorganisms in Household Water 

      Benham, Brian Leslie, 1960-; Ling, Erin (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2011-05-17)
      Federal law requires public water utilities to provide biologically safe water. However, the safety of privately owned, individual water supplies such as wells, springs, and cisterns is the sole responsibility of the owner. ...
    • Virginia Household Water Quality Program: Corrosive Household Water 

      Benham, Brian Leslie, 1960-; Ling, Erin; Wright, Barbara; Haering, Kathryn (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2011-05-17)
      Federal law requires public water utilities to provide biologically safe water. However, the safety of privately owned, individual water supplies such as wells, springs, and cisterns is the sole responsibility of the owner. ...
    • Virginia Household Water Quality Program: Fluoride in Household Water 

      Ling, Erin; Benham, Brian Leslie, 1960-; Pollard, Jen; Haering, Kathryn (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2011-12-02)
      Federal law requires public water utilities to provide biologically safe water. However, the safety of privately owned, individual water supplies such as wells, springs, and cisterns is the sole responsibility of the owner. ...
    • Virginia Household Water Quality Program: Hardness in Household Water 

      Ling, Erin; Benham, Brian Leslie, 1960-; Wright, Barbara; Haering, Kathryn (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2011-05-17)
      Federal law requires public water utilities to provide biologically safe water. However, the safety of privately owned, individual water supplies such as wells, springs, and cisterns is the sole responsibility of the owner. ...
    • Virginia Household Water Quality Program: Heavy Metals in Household Water 

      Ling, Erin; Benham, Brian Leslie, 1960-; Forrester, Scott (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2011-12-02)
      Federal law requires public water utilities to provide biologically safe water. However, the safety of privately owned, individual water supplies such as wells, springs, and cisterns is the sole responsibility of the owner. ...
    • Virginia Household Water Quality Program: Household Water Treatment 

      Benham, Brian Leslie, 1960-; Ling, Erin (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2013-08-22)
      This publication discusses several types of water treatment devices and, in general terms, the mechanism each device uses to treat water. A table included at the end of this publication provides a summary of the common ...
    • Virginia Household Water Quality Program: Iron and Manganese in Household Water 

      Ling, Erin; Benham, Brian Leslie, 1960-; Pollard, Jen (Virginia Cooperative Extension, 2011-12-02)
      Federal law requires public water utilities to provide biologically safe water. However, the safety of privately owned, individual water supplies such as wells, springs, and cisterns is the sole responsibility of the owner. ...