Monitoring Supplies For Beetle Farmers 2004-2005
|Item||Item Number /Description||Amount Needed||
(1999 Educational prices)
|Suggested Vendor||Vendor Phone Number|
|PVC pole to measure plant heights||1/2" diameter minimum||8- to 10-foot length||$1.10 per 10-foot length||any hardware store|
|PVC frame to place around quads||1 square meter||4 1-meter lengths plus
|$1.10 per 10-foot length||any hardware store|
|Meter stick for plant heights||1||any hardware store|
|Clipboard to hold data sheets||1||any hardware store|
|PVC poles to mark quad corners||2.5 ft. lengths
|4 per quad x
# quads per site
|$1.10 per>10-foot length||any hardware store|
|Measuring tape to set up new sites
(optional -for new sites only)
|#39532 100 meter length||1||$81.50||Forestry Suppliers||1-800-647-5368|
Also see Rearing Supplies list.
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