Marvin Butler
Emeritus Professor, Grass Seed, Vegetable Seed, Peppermint

 Grass Seed, Vegetable Seed, Peppermint

Jefferson County
Department of Crop and Soil Science
Crop Science
Extension
Jefferson County Extension Office
1170 E. Ashwood Road
Madras, OR 97741
United States
(541) 475-7107

Biography

Education
B.A. – Biology Pacific Union College, Angwin, CA- 1971
M.A. – Biology Pacific Union College, Angwin, CA -1972
M.S. – Plant Science Utah State University, Logan, UT- 1984

Employment History
Professor Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR- 2003-Present
Associate Professor Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR- 1996-2003
Assistant Professor Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR- 1991-1996
Associate Extension Agent University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ- 1988-1991
Assistant Extension Agent University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ- 1984-1988
Graduate Assistant Utah State University, Logan, UT- 1982-1984
Teacher Mt. Helena Adventist School, Helena, MT- 1975-1982
Teacher Rogue River Academy, Medford, OR- 1972-1975
 

Publications

  1. Butler, M., R. Crockett, C. Campbell and L. Fine. 2005. Use of Herbicides and Tillage to Remove Commercial Plantings of Roundup Ready Creeping Bentgrass in Central Oregon, 2004. Central Oregon Agricultural Research Center 2004 Annual Report. Special Report 1060. pp. 114-116.
  2. Butler, M., J. Carroll and C. Campbell. 2005. Control of Roundup Ready Creeping Bentgrass in Kentucky Bluegrass Seed Production in Central Oregon, 2003-2004. Central Oregon Agricultural Research Center 2004 Annual Report. Special Report 1060. pp. 117-119.

Outreach and Extension

Crop and Soil Science faculty stationed in Jefferson County and conduct Extension educational programs (75%) and applied research (25%) in the areas of vegetable seed, grass seed, and peppermint production for Jefferson, Crook and Deschutes counties in central Oregon.