Nicole Anderson
Assistant Professor, Field Crops

Field Crops, Washington, Yamhill & Polk County Extension

Yamhill County
Department of Crop and Soil Science
OSU Extension Yamhill County
2050 NE Lafayette Ave.
McMinnville, OR 97128
United States
(503) 434-7557

Biography

Education

B.S. - Biology, Xavier University, 2003.
M.S. - Environmental Science/Soil Science, Washington State University, 2006.

Employment History

Assistant Professor - Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR, 2009 – Present
Program Manager - Village Gardens, Portland, OR, 2007 – 2009
Soil Scientist - IITF-USDA, San Juan, PR, 2006 – 2007
Graduate Research Assistant  - Washington State University, Pullman, WA, 2004 – 2006
Research Assistant - University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, 2003 – 2003

          

Publications

Anderson, N. P. T. Chastain, C. Garbacik, and T. Silberstein. 2012. Effect of Foliar Applications of Trinexapac-ethyl Plant Growth Regulator on Red Clover Seed Crops. In Young III, W.C. (ed.) 2011 Seed Production Research Report at Oregon State University, USDA-ARS Cooperating. Dept. of Crop and Soil Science Ext/CrS 131.

Anderson, N.P. 2012. Evaluation of Ferroxx Slug Bait for Control of Gray Field Slugs in Western Oregon. In Young III, W.C. (ed.) 2011 Seed Production Research Report at Oregon State University, USDA-ARS Cooperating. Dept. of Crop and Soil Science Ext/CrS 131.

Rao, S. A. Corkery, N. Anderson, and G. Fisher. 2012. Evaluation of Insecticides for Management of Clover Crown Borer in Red Clover Seed Production in the Willamette Valley. In Young III, W.C. (ed.) 2011 Seed Production Research Report at Oregon State University, USDA-ARS Cooperating. Dept. of Crop and Soil Science Ext/CrS 131.

Anderson, N.P. 2011. Extension Report from the North Willamette Valley. In Oregon SEED Magazine. Oregon Seed Council Fall 2001 issue.

Anderson, N.P., G. Hoffman, A. Dreves. 2011. Evaluation of Newly Formulated Molluscides for Control of Slugs in Western Oregon Grass Seed Fields. In Young III, W.C. (ed.) 2010 Seed Production Research Report at Oregon State University, USDA-ARS Cooperating. Dept. of Crop and Soil Science Ext/CrS 130.

Anderson, N.P., S. Rao, and A. Derkatch. 2011. Native Bumble Bee Diversity, Abundance, and Pollination in Crimson Clover and Hairy Vetch Seed Production Fields in Western Oregon. In Young III, W.C. (ed.) 2010 Seed Production Research Report at Oregon State University, USDA-ARS Cooperating. Dept. of Crop and Soil Science Ext/CrS 130.

Anderson, N. P. 2010. Improving Cover Crops with Crimson Clover Brochure. Crimson Clover. Circular 10-2. Oregon Clover Commission.

Rao, S. and N. Anderson. 2010. Comparison of Bee Pollinator Abundance in Red Clover Seed Production Fields With and Without Honey Bee Hives in the Willamette Valley. In Young III, W.C. (ed.) 2009 Seed Production Research Report at Oregon State University, USDA-ARS Cooperating. Dept. of Crop and Soil Science Ext/CrS 129.

Outreach and Extension

Silberstein, T.B. and N. Anderson. 2011. Using Seed Moisture as a Harvest Management Tool. EM 9030, Oregon State University.

Hart, J.M., M. Flowers, N. Anderson, R. Roseburg, N. Christensen, and M. Mellbye. 2011. Soft White Winter Wheat Nutrient Management Guide (Western Oregon). EM 8963, Oregon State University.

Anderson, N.P., J. Hart, D. Horneck, D. Sullivan, N. Christensen, and G. Pirelli. 2010. Evaluating Soil Nutrients and pH by Depth in Situations of Limited or No Tillage in Western Oregon. EM 9014, Oregon State University.

Anderson, N.P, J. Hart, N. Christensen, M. Mellbye, and M. Flowers. 2010. Using the Nitrogen Mineralization Test to Predict Spring Fertilizer N Rates for Soft White Winter Wheat Grown in Western Oregon. EM 9020, Oregon State University.

Eleveld, B., T. Silberstein, N. Anderson, R. Siegel, and W. Young III. 2010. Enterprise Budget – Red Clover (Seed) Establishment and Production, Willamette Valley Region. AEB 0019. Oregon State University.

Eleveld, B., T. Silberstein, N. Anderson, R. Siegel, and W. Young III. 2010. Enterprise Budget – Crimson Clover (Seed) Establishment and Production, Willamette Valley Region. AEB 0020. Oregon State University.