CollectionA series of publications covering all aspects of hazelnut production.
Hazelnuts and Nut Crops
Educational DocumentTraining is a term applied to trees from planting up to 4-5 years of age, and is used to encourage a strong tree structure capable of supporting heavy crops, and withstanding ice and snow loads.
PublicationThis publication describes the proper harvesting, handling, and storing of home grown orchard nuts. These nuts include Hazelnuts, Walnuts, and Chestnuts.
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 CatalogSweet cherry scion cultivars have been selected over millennia for many reasons, but over the past century, breeding programs have concentrated mainly on achieving improved characteristics such as yield, taste, fruit size, fruit firmness, fruit color, precocity, and resistance to fruit cracking and...
OSU Extension CatalogLeaf analysis is used to determine the element associated with a nutrient disorder and to prescribe a corrective measure and to estimate fertilizer needs before nutrient disorders occur. This publication explains what, when, and how to sample, as well as how to prepare samples for shipping to a...
OSU Extension CatalogThis publication describes hazelnut orchard weed management practices including flailing, herbicides, intercropping, cover crops, and sucker control. It also briefly describes procedures used during nut fall and harvest.
OSU Extension CatalogThis publication provides a glossary of botanical terms related to hazelnut pollination and describes the flower and nut development process, pollination, and related issues.
OSU Extension CatalogThe brown marmorated stink bug is well-established in the Willamette Valley, where virtually all domestic hazelnut production occurs. The BMSB feeds on hazelnuts, and this publication helps growers and scouts learn to recognize BMSB damage to hazelnuts.