Degree-days measure the amount of heat accumulated over time. Researchers have used years of this data to develop models that help farmers and gardeners predict harvest dates and other important events in select crops and weeds....
Nick Andrews, Leonard Coop, Heather Stoven, Heidi Noordijk, Aaron Heinrich |
Jan 2021 |
OSU Extension Catalog
This collection of virtual field tours includes information about ongoing applied research at the Malheur Experiment Station, as well as visits to local farms that are experimenting with new practices.
Christy Tanner, Joel Felix, Erik Feibert |
Aug 2020 |
Central Oregon Agricultural Research and Extension Center help Jefferson county to be at the center of Oregon seed production. Jefferson county produces over 50% of the carrot seed grown in the United States. Seed growers, ...
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Q: My globe artichoke plants have produced well this Spring and early Summer. In mid summer, two shoots emerged from a plant. I separated the shoots when they were 12" tall and planted them. Both shoots are growing slowly, ...