Content tagged as Crop and soil

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Oregon State University's Weed Science program studies weeds based on cropping system.
In March, Paul Marquardt will succeed Mark Mellbye as assistant professor in the Dept of Crop and Soil Science. Mellbye retired last year.
Although he grew up in Emporia, Kan., and is completing a doctorate at Purdue University in Indiana, new OSU Extension seed crop...
Weed Science links
Weed Science Society of America Western Society of Weed Science Oregon Society of Weed Science USDA/NRCS Plant Materials Center, Corvallis...
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Dryland Crops and Weed Research at the Columbia Basin Agricultural Research Center  The project objectives: Investigate new...
The 2010 Oregon State study concluded that "precaution suggests not allowing canola production at this time."
Wet winters and cool, dry summers make Oregon's Willamette Valley one of the best places on the globe to produce seeds for organic...
Economic aspects of biodiesel and oilseed production in the Willamette Valley.
Five projects of varying size and complexity were pursued related to economic aspects of biodiesel and oilseed production in the Willamette...
Large scale grower and small plot Hyslop Canola trials to see how many insects show up
As part of the OSU-ODA Oilseeds project, OSU Entomologists Drs. Amy Dreves and Glenn Fisher monitored the large scale grower and small plot...
Local, Oregon oilseed processors
Madison Farms, Echo OR Willamette Biomass, Rickreall, OR SeQuential, Salem, OR