Educational DocumentMaximum Residue Limits (MRLs) for USA and Common Foreign Trade Markets: Oregon Blueberries
Berries and Grapes
Educational DocumentIrrigation scheduling, a key element of proper water management, is the accurate forecasting of water application (amount and timing) for optimal crop production (yield and fruit quality). The goal is to apply the correct amount of water at the right time to minimize irrigation costs and maximize crop production and economic return.
Maximum Residue Levels (MRLs) for USA, Canada, Codex, EU/UK , Japan, Korea and Taiwan Oregon Caneberries – December 12, 2017
PublicationMaximum Residue Levels (MRLs) for USA, Canada, Codex, EU/UK , Japan, Korea and Taiwan Oregon Caneberries – December 12, 2017
ArticleWeeds are always a difficult problem in blueberry production! They start to show up shortly after transplanting, and tend to become more problematic as time goes on. There are, however, strategies that help to control weeds in blueberry. This article will discuss some thoughts about weed control in blueberry, and some of the strengths, and weaknesses, of currently registered herbicides.
ArticlePacific Northwest blueberry growers must identify and control a number of bacterial and fungal diseases in order to ensure the highest yields possible (profitable yields). Fortunately, only a few of the diseases that occur on highbush blueberry in this region cause significant losses when left unchecked.
PublicationThis sampling guide explains the importance of analyzing tissues in perennial fruit crops such as wine grapes as an important way to determine the need for fertilizer that is critical for quality production.
Online ResourceOregon wineries are generally small and decentralized. Most are located in valleys between the Cascade Mountains (stretching the entire length of the state) to the east and Oregon's Coastal Range to the west.
Online ResourceThe primary purpose of the fruit and ornamental disease management testing program is to provide Oregon growers, Extension Faculty, and Field Representatives with unbiased information on the relative efficacy of fungicides, fungicide schedules or cultural practices for control of plant diseases. Treatments evaluated are not restricted to chemical fungicides and may involve use of cultural controls, biological controls and other innovative materials that show promise in controlling disease. Our objective is to broaden the scope of methods used to reduce crop loss due to diseases and to service the diverse management practices of Oregon growers. The results are compiled and sent to county agents, field people, company representatives, and to interested growers directly. The information gained from these trials is used to formulate disease control recommendations for Oregon's diverse agricultural crops.
OSU Extension CatalogA brief guide for anyone living near a vineyard to understand the damaging effects that common herbicides can have on grapevines. With the Oregon grape industry growing rapidly near urban boundaries throughout the state, herbicides used in home gardens and residential and urban landscapes can cause...
OSU Extension CatalogEsta publicación describe los ocho sistemas de poda de mayor importancia en los huertos de cerezos comerciales en Oregon, Idaho, Washington y Michigan. A nivel mundial, los productores de cerezas utilizan muchos sistemas de conducción, con o sin soporte. Esta publicación describe los siguientes...