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About Weed Science at Oregon State University
Carol Mallory-Smith of Albany, for her work and research as a weed scientist with OSU, will be honored by the Oregon Department of Agriculture. (Statesman Journal)
“We don’t know where in the whole chain it is,” said Carol Mallory-Smith, the weed science professor at OSU. (Bloomberg)
Stunned researchers at Oregon State University couldn’t help but question themselves. (Oregonian)
The farmer sent samples of these curious plants to Carol Mallory-Smith, a scientist at Oregon State University. (NPR)
Andy Hulting, extension weed specialist at Oregon State University, characterized the loss as “pretty devastating.” (Capital Press)
A reference for weed control practices and herbicides used in cropping systems or sites in Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.
Overuse and dependency on one type of herbicide for weed control can result in a population of herbicide-resistant weeds.
Tips and techniques that can help manage and control the spread of invasive weeds in Oregon.