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In 2008, Patricia Skinkis, an associate professor of horticulture at Oregon State University, decided to check out this supposition. (Oregonian)
Transformations are happening across the country as state cooperative extensions work to stay relevant in a time of smaller budgets, fewer farmers, a more diverse population and modern technology.
The publication "Establishing a Vineyard in Oregon" has been updated as of 2014. In it is comprehensive information that will guide you in the proper establishment of your vineyard.
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Question 1. What is your position at OSU/OWRI? I am an assistant professor in the OSU Department of Horticulture (started in June 2009...
Did you know that September 21-27 is National Farm Safety Week? It’s a good time to put on your learning cap and brush up on...
Vinay Pagay 1. What is your position at SOREC/OWRI? I started my job at OSU-SOREC and the OWRI in January 2014 after receiving my...
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Sulfur and horticultural oils are commonly used as control methods in many perennial crops, combating both disease and pests.
Dr. Edward Taylor, a rural economist from UC-Davis presented a seminar about agricultural labor dynamics between Mexico and the U.S.
This guide provides information about herbicide damage in vineyards with focus on those herbicides that cause the most damage, symptoms to look for, and ways to prevent damage.
Master’s of Agriculture Seminar Dionne Uzes...
Dr. Elizabeth Tomasino, Assistant Professor of Enology...
Presented by: Dr. Patty Skinkis, Viticulture...
Mark your calendars! Grape Day 2015 will be held on...