2014 Seed Production Research Report


Author Index

Central Oregon Agricultural Research Center

J.K.S. Dung, Assistant Professor, Plant Pathology

Cooperative Extension Service—OSU

N.P. Anderson, Regional Field Crops Extension Agent, North Willamette Valley

C.S. Sullivan, Regional Field Crops Extension Agent, South Willamette Valley

D.L. Walenta, Extension Crops Specialist, Union County

Department of Crop and Soil Science—OSU

T.G. Chastain, Associate Professor, Seed Crop Physiology

S.G. Elias, Associate Professor, Senior Research, Seed Science and Technology

C.J. Garbacik, Senior Faculty Research Assistant, Seed Crop Physiology

A.G. Hulting, Associate Professor, Extension Weeds Specialist

A.S. Lestari, Graduate Student, Entomology

S. Rao, Professor, Entomology

Hermiston Experiment Station

K.E. Frost, Assistant Professor, Botany and Plant Pathology

P.B. Hamm, Station Director and Professor Emeritus

N. Kaur, Postdoctoral Scholar, Plant Pathology

S.I. Rondon, Associate Professor, Extension Entomology

National Forage Seed Production Research Center—USDA-ARS

S.C. Alderman, Professor and Research Plant Pathologist

R.A. Cating, Faculty Research Assistant, Plant Pathology

G.W. Mueller-Warrant, Associate Professor and Research Agronomist

K.M. Trippe, Research Microbiologist

G.W. Whittaker, Research Hydrologist

Oregon Seed Council

S.E. Salisbury, Agronomist


This report has been published with a grant from the Oregon Seed Council.

Appreciation is expressed to the Officers of the 2014–2015 Oregon Seed Council:

  • Denver Pugh, President
  • Macey Wessels, Vice President
  • Brian Glaser, Second Vice President
  • Don Doerfler, Treasurer

Business Address:
Oregon Seed Council
494 State Street, Suite 220
Salem, OR 97301
Tel: (503) 585-1157
FAX: (503) 585-1292
E-mail: roger@rwbeyer.com

Sincere appreciation is also extended to the growers who have allowed trials to be conducted on their farms. Data presented in many of the research reports would not be available without their cooperation.

Lastly, appreciation is expressed to Teresa Welch, Wild Iris Communications, for her conscientious attention to detail in formatting this manuscript for publication. 

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