About Crop Production at Oregon State University

We support the missions of Oregon State University and College of Agricultural Sciences through our commitment to acquire, integrate and disseminate basic and applied knowledge about field crops and cropping systems in an ever changing world. ...read more


Professor Sandy Macnab likes to tell folks he went to Oregon State University to get his schooling (The Dalles Chronicle)
David Hannaway, forage program director, received a distinguished chair award to teach and research forage-related topics in China (GT)
Carol Mallory-Smith, a weed science professor at Oregon State University, said coexistence between sugar beets and other crops is possible..
Oregon agriculture is a $4 billion annual enterprise with international connections. Eighty percent of what the state produces...


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For Students

The purpose of the OSU Crop Science Club is to provide a medium for study, investigation, and discussion of problems related to cropping.
We offer many ways for students to learn about agronomy and sustainable crop production methods.

Research and Extension

Scientists at the Malheur Station specialize in research important to row crops, small grains, and alfalfa.
Researchers are actively involved in answering production questions related to smaller acreage crops like potatoes and peppermint...
Willamette Valley Field Crops Extension provides research-based information for commercial cereal grain, grass seed, legume seed...
The knowledge a grower needs for growing wheat, barley, canola, and other cereals in the dryland farming region of the PNW.
The Columbia Basin Agricultural Research Center, with facilities in Pendleton and Moro, is a branch of the Oregon Agricultural Experiment..
The Agricultural Sciences Extension Program serves diverse audiences in Oregon communities...
As Oregon's principal source of knowledge relating to agricultural and food system...