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Abiotic Injury to Forest Trees in Oregon

Describes abiotic injuries caused by weather, soil, and human behavior. Provides basic information on how to understand abiotic injures, presents common examples of abiotic injury, and discusses management control practices.

May 2003 | OSU Extension Catalog

Mud and Manure Management Resources for Small Farms

Publications and documents demonstrating the art of Mud and Manure Management for the pastures and forage crop. These contain useful information that are important when managing and producing livestock on pasture.

Mar 2018 | Collection

Myth vs. reality: What’s the truth behind some common gardening practices?

OSU experts bust some well-established myths

Kym Pokorny | Feb 10, 2017 | News Story

Plant conifer trees correctly

Tips to improve conifer planting success

Feb 29, 2008 | News Story

Managing Small-Acreage Horse Farms in Western Oregon and Western Washington

Horses, grass, manure, soil and water are all interconnected. How you manage one affects the others. Following these seven steps can make your horse farm safe, efficient, and environmentally friendly. Learn more about horse grazing...

Garry Stephenson, David Hannaway, Melissa Fery, Scott Duggan, Linda Brewer | Sep 2019 | OSU Extension Catalog

When should we stop grazing our pasture?

Q: We have had a horse grazing on our approx. 6 acre field which is normally cut for mixed grass hay. The horse has been on the field since we had it cut and baled into hay this past summer. In general, when is the ...

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How true is the Fox News story about dying trees in Lane County?

Q: Drought was stated as what caused the trees' death, only dying pine trees were pictured. No mention of the boring insects that kill pine trees, was that omission intentional? No pictures of dying deciduous trees either. I ...

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Mulching around my tree, how can I get it right?

Q: I'm putting cardboard and chipped wood over much of my backyard to keep the weeds down. How much room should I leave free of cardboard around the trees (one planted only a year ago) so they get enough water (whether ...

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Why Does Your Tree Look Sick?

Most “sick tree” problems can be traced back to underlying stresses that have reduced the tree's vigor, making it more vulnerable to diseases or insect pests.

Jun 2018 | Article