Content tagged as Research and Extension

We support educators, researchers, naturalists and passionate volunteers bringing subject area expertise to bear as we consider the ecological, financial and cultural dimensions of cemetery operation.
  Oregon State's Sustainable Cemetery Studies program - the first of its kind in the world - is being created to address the...
Seed services in the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences
The Oregon State University Seed Certification program serves a vital role in making improved varieties of forages, turf, and food...
Information on potato seed certification from Oregon State's Seed Certification Service
Oregon State's Seed Certification Service provides growers with crop standards, a grower directory and Oregon potato information and...
Annual research reports summarizing our findings into seed production.
2016 Seed Production Research Complete final report (.pdf) Contents & links to individual reports Author index Credits...
Estimates and final numbers on acreage and production of grass seed and legume seed crops by year.
Oregon Grass and Legume Extension Estimates for 2016 Extension estimates for grass and legume seed crops from the 2015-16 crop...
Associate Professor Tom Chastain blogs about grass seed production issues from all angles.
Associate Professor Tom Chastain blogs about grass seed production issues from all angles.
Exploring gene flow between jointed goatgrass and winter bred wheat.
Gene Flow and Hybridization Between Joined Goatgrass (Aegilops cylindrica) and Wheat (Triticum aestivum) The possibility of gene flow...
Our group studies a number of genes involved in the domestication of wheat.
Brittle rachis (Br) The mature spike rachis of wild emmer [Triticum turgidum L. ssp. dicoccoides (Korn. ex Asch. and Graebner) Thell.]...
Our research aims to improve wheat and other economically important cereal crops.
Our research aims to improve wheat and other economically important cereal crops.
The Western Regional Sun Grant project was funded by USDA, Department of Energy and Department of Transportation grants.
Development of Camelina as a Low-Input Oilseed Crop for Oregon, Idaho and Washington project ended in 2010. Funding for this oilseeds...