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Basics of Fall Cover Cropping for Hemp in Oregon

Sep 2019
With careful management, cover crops can provide multiple benefits for hemp production systems.

By Richard Roseberg, Valtcho Jeliazkov, Sam Angima | OSU Extension Catalog

What is Industrial Hemp?

Aug 2019
Industrial hemp was grown as a commodity crop for decades until it was banned in the mid-1930s. Congress decriminalized the crop in 2018, sparking interest in it among growers in Oregon, where hemp can be grown successfully. The plant's uses and restrictions, as well as many frequently asked questions, are outlined.

By Richard Roseberg, Silvia I. Rondon, Jay Noller, Valtcho Jeliazkov, Sam Angima | OSU Extension Catalog

Soil, Seedbed Preparation and Seeding for Hemp

Aug 2019
Growers planting a successful commercial crop of hemp for seed, fiber, or resin will follow these guidelines for soil preparation, seeding, and irrigation.

By Richard Roseberg, Valtcho Jeliazkov, Sam Angima | OSU Extension Catalog

Potassium Deficiency: Listening to Your Ears of Corn

Dec 2009
Potassium (K) is an essential nutrient to corn production. It is associated with movement of water, nutrients, and carbohydrates in plant tissue and if deficient, growth is stunted and yields are reduced. It has been shown that K stimulates early growth, increases protein production, improves the efficiency of water use, and improves resistance to diseases and insects. However, ...

By Sam Angima | Article

Weed Control in Pastures without Chemicals

Dec 2009
Due to cost, time, grazing restrictions, lack of selectivity or by personal choice, some growers do not want to use chemical methods of weed control in pastures. Weed control without chemicals is a viable option with a number of factors to consider. A year round management plan is essential. Weeds are plants that possess some undesirable traits. In pastures, weeds can be ...

By Sam Angima | Article

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