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Lynn E. Long
Professor and Extension Horticulturist
Lynn Long is an Extension Horticulturist for Oregon State University. His work is centered in the Mid-Columbia region of Oregon, the main sweet cherry production area of the state. He has served in that position for the last 28 years in The Dalles. Over that time, his work has focused on sweet cherry variety, rootstock and training system evaluations. He has authored or co-authored numerous publications relating to cherry varieties, rootstocks, training systems, pruning and orchard establishment. He has recently completed a sabbatical where he studied rootstock and training system research in France, Italy and Germany. Along with Drs. Greg Lang and Clive Kaiser he is currently writing a grower oriented book on cherry production that will be published by the Good Fruit Grower magazine.
Wasco County Updates
Spotted Wing Drosophila Counts
Cherry Topics for the Pacific Northwest
Other Resources for Cherry Growers
- Weather Station Network
- Orchard Managers Meeting Presentations
- Mid-Columbia Cherry Day Presentations
- Orchard Economics
- Pesticide Recertification Courses
- WSU Organic and Integrated Fruit Tree Production
- Integrated Fruit Production
- Cold, Frost, and Dead Buds
- Growing Quality Cherries
- Other Useful Tree Fruit Websites
Check out video series!
A collaboration between Lynn Long, OSU and Greg Lang, MSU, this 2-part series contains 8 instructive videos on pruning for dwarfing rootstocks, and 6 videos on how to develop the training systems KGB, UFD, SSA and TSA.
See all the videos, and watch in order HERE.
|October 11||Wenatchee, WA||WSU Orchard Floor Management - Organic Intensive Workshop|
|October 12||Hood River||OSHA Pesticide License Recertification Course|
|November 8||The Dalles||OSHA Pesticide License Recertification Course|
|November 9||Hood River||Core Pesticide Training Session|
|Hood River||Core Pesticide Training Session|
|November 11||Wenatchee, WA||Tilth Conference - Soil: What's in it?|
|Portland||National Women in Sustainable Agriculture Conference|
| January 23
|online||Blueberry Physiology, Production Systems and Management online course|