Mylen  Bohle

Tags

Agronomy
Forage
Irrigation
Cereal
Weeds
Fertility
Mylen Bohle
Associate Professor, Extension Forage and Crop Management
Crook County
Crook County Extension Office
Department of Crop and Soil Science
498 SE Lynn Blvd
Prineville, OR 97754
United States
(541) 447-6228
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Research

  • Hay, forage, and cereal production.
  • Fertility and irrigation management.
  • Weed control in organic forage systems.

Biography

Education
A.A. Miles Community College- 1972
B.S. – Ag Economics Montana State University- 1975
B.S. – Agronomy Montana State University- 1979
M.S. – Crop Science Oregon State University- 1990

Employment History
Associate Professor Dept. of Crop Science, OSU- 1996-Present
Assistant Professor OSU Extension Service- 1989-1996
Extension Agent (Contract) OSU Extension Service- 1989 (5 months)
Extension Agronomist Oregon State University (Tunisia)- 1985
Extension Agronomist Oregon State University (Tunisia)- 1984
Ag Consultant US Peace Corps (Tunisia)- 1982
Ag Training Coordinator US Peace Corps (Tunisia)- 1982
Training Co-Director and Ag Training Coordinator and US Peace Corps (Tunisia)- 1981
Volunteer – Extension Agent US Peace Corps (Tunisia)- 1979-1981
Ind. Sales Contractor Montana Farmer Stockman- 1977-1978
Ag Producer Self Employed (Montana)- 1975-1977

Publications

  1. Bohle, M., Bafus, R., Smith, J, and Roseberg, R. (2004, Jun) Fall Dormancy Effect on Three-Cut First Year Alfalfa Quality and Yield.  Central Oregon Agricultural Research Center Annual Report, 2003.  AES Special Report 1053. pp 67-84. Madras, OR.
  2. Bohle, M., Bafus, R., Smith, J, and Roseberg, R. (2004, Jun) Fall Dormancy Effect on Four-Cut First Year Alfalfa Quality and Yield.  Central Oregon Agricultural Research Center Annual Report, 2003.  AES Special Report 1053. pp 98-121. Madras, OR.