This free online tool compares the nutrient value and cost of cover crops, organic and synthetic fertilizers and compost. Use this Calculator to develop well balanced and cost effective nutrient management programs for your farm. Developed by Nick Andrews, Dan Sullivan, Jim Julian and Kristin Pool.
Croptime introduces degree-day (DD) models for vegetable varieties and weeds. Vegetable models can help schedule planting dates and predict harvest dates. Initial findings indicate that DD models are more accurate than calendar days at predicting harvest.
The goal of the Eat Winter Vegetables project is to increase production and consumption of eight winter vegetables in Oregon: Brussels Sprouts, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Celeriac, Garlic, Purple Sprouting broccoli, Radicchio and Winter Squash
Oregon’s mild winter climate is well suited to storage crops and over-wintered field vegetables. However, there are currently few locally-grown winter vegetables available January through April.
This page contains resources for farmers with years of CSA experience or those that are just getting started with CSA. Use the interactive CSA Flow Chart to find where your farm fits and explore resources for how to incorporate or adapt CSA in your operation