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Outreach and Engagement Regional Administrator in the Upper Columbia Basin
I work with various techniques to control weeds in dryland wheat production. This work includes seeding rates, seeding patterns, and various in-crop tillage options. Currently I am looking at the effects of green manure on moisture-limited dryland wheat production. In addition, I am studying dryland spring wheat, barley and wheat, plus fallow rotations.
Department of Crop and Soil Science
2411 SW Carden P O Box 100Pendleton, OR 97801
- Weed control strategies in dryland organic wheat production.
- Green manure (Austrian winter peas).
- Fallow season tillage options.
- In-crop tillage options.