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Don Horneck, an extension agronomist for Oregon State University at the Hermiston Agricultural Research and Extension Center, has died at age 56. (Capital Press)
Oregon State University has selected Jay Noller the new department head of crop and soil science in the College of Agricultural Sciences.
Oregon State University and the state's wheat commission have agreed on how royalties on OSU-developed wheat varieties will be split. (Capital Press)
Sujaya Rao, a professor and researcher at OSU, is filling the void in wild-bee research by looking at the effect of native pollinators on agricultural and native landscapes. (Eugene Weekly)
The least toxic and effective methods are always considered first, according to OSU researchers Andy Hulting, a weed control specialist, and Gail Langellotto, an entomologist. (Oregonian)
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