Events for the Crop and Soil Science Department

Apr
24

Every Thursday night from 4:30-dark at the Farm

 
 
Apr
28

Presented by: Jason Bradford from Farmland LP
Farmland Special Seminar

Part of the Crop and Soil Science Spring Seminar Series

ALS 4000
United States
Apr
29

Presented by: Joy Yang

Part of the Horticulture Spring Seminar Series

ALS 4000
United States
May
01
to
May
02

Seed quality is a powerful biological technology. Oregon is the world leader in grass seed supply. To maintain that edge, there is a continuous need to strengthen our seed quality management in each and every step of the system including: seed field management, seed conditioning, seed testing, seed storage, and distribution. Furthermore, the world is becoming more competitive, meaning that we have to compete successfully with high quality seeds.

These workshops are most useful for grass seed growers, seed conditioners, and seed dealers. However, others who are interested in seed quality management in general, can also join us. The instructors are: Dr. Adriel Garay, Dr. Sabry Elias, Dr. Andrew Hulting, Mr. Dennis Lundeen, manager of Seed Certification, and the team of seed testing specialists from the OSU Seed Laboratory
 

$273
OSU Seed Laboratory
3291 SW Campus Way
United States
May
05

Presented by: Sarah Light

Part of the Crop and Soil Science Spring Seminar Series

ALS 4000
United States
May
05

Presented by: Bruce Robinson

Part of the Crop and Soil Science Spring Seminar Series

ALS 4000
United States
May
06

Presented by: Noor Al-Bader

Patrt of the Horticulture Spring Seminar Series

ALS 4000
United States
May
12

Warkentin Lecture Special Seminar

Part of the Crop and Soil Science Spring Seminar Series

ALS 4000
United States
May
13

Presented by: Cameron Jack

Part of the Horticulture Spring Seminar Series

ALS 4000
United States
May
15

Presented by the Oregon State University Malheur Experiment Station, USDA Rocky Mountain Research Station, Eastern Oregon Stewardship Services, Bureau of Land Management, Clearwater Supply, and Great Basin Native Plant Selection and Increase Project.
Plants that use little irrigation water!
Establishing plantings,
Controlling weeds,
Irrigation systems,
Forage legumes, and more.
Complimentary lunch will be served. Please reserve lunch by calling Janet Jones, (541) 889-2174, or by emailing her at janet.jones@oregonstate.edu 

Malheur Experiment Station
United States