ATTRA Identif ication Sheet There are several key insects that aff ect cherry production. Use this handy guide to help identify pests and to learn more about solutions. For more specifi c information about these pests, or to learn about other cherry pests and diseases not addressed here, see ATTRA’s Cherries: Organic Production publication. — Symptoms — Cherry Fruit Fly and Western Cherry Fruit Fly • The two species’ life cycles are essentially identical, though the western cherry fruit fl y emerges from the soil 10 to 14 days earlier than the cherry fruit fl y. • Cherry fruit fl...
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1 Agronomic Guidelines for Flexible Cropping Systems in Dryland Areas of Oregon Larry K. Lutcher, area Extension agronomist, Oregon State University. Donald J. Wysocki, soil scientist, Columbia Basin Agricultural Research Center, Oregon State University. Mary K. Corp, area Extension agronomist, Oregon State University. Donald A. Horneck, area Extension agronomist, Oregon State University. Agronomic Guidelines for Flexible Cropping Systems in Dryland Areas of Oregon Left: Austrian winter peas. Right: Winter wheat. Photos by Larry K. Lutcher, Oregon State University. Larry K. Lutcher,...
Winter grain mite, Penthaleus major (Duges), is a small, colorful, cool- season mite that damages grass and cereal crops throughout the Pacific Northwest as well as in most other temperate regions of the world. Hosts include most cereals and grasses of economic importance. Winter grain mite has been a frequent fall and winter pest of wheat, grass seed crops, and pastures in central Oregon, the Columbia Basin, and the Grande Ronde Valley. In recent years, large populations have appeared, causing significant damage to orchardgrass and timothy pastures from Madras through Bend...
EM 8958-E • May 2008 Make Polyacrylamide Work for You! C.L. Iida and C.C. Shock Chelsey Iida, research aide, and Clint Shock, superintendent and professor, Malheur Experiment Station, Oregon State University: SUSTAINABLE AGRICULTURE TECHNIQUES The erosion solution Each year, topsoil is gradually washed away by irrigation runoff. Over time, massive quantities of soil can be stripped from fi elds and carried away in runoff water. Tests by the Oregon State University Malheur Experiment Station and others on the effects of applying polyacrylamide, commonly known as PAM, have...
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