Oregon nurseries are increasingly threatened by the repeated expansion of the sudden oak death (SOD) epidemic in Curry County. Although this epidemic is geographically far away from the main nursery production areas, the continued expansion of the SOD quarantine area and the newly discovered introduced EU1 clone are distinct threats to the nursery industry. What […]
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Note: This article is part of the Growing Knowledge series in Digger magazine. This series is provided by Oregon State University in collaboration with the United States Department of Agriculture and in partnership with the Oregon Association of Nurseries.
Identifying and managing slugs and snails is critical in
Pacific Northwest gardens and nurseries.
OSU researchers discuss the factors affecting the unintended movement of potentially damaging chemicals.
The Ornamental Plant Breeding Program develops new plants with an eye on how they function in modern, low-input landscapes.
Updated pest management handbooks are now
mobile-friendly and searchable online.
This traditional method of water purification was tested for its effectiveness at removing two common greenhouse pathogens, Phytophthora and Fusarium.
Ongoing study shows this western native shrub to be drought tolerant, great for pollinators, and overall well suited for Northwest landscapes.
OSU Extension Service offers programs designed to increase knowledge among nursery workers, thereby increasing their productivity.
The Oregon Flora Project helps horticulturalists identify, locate and grow native plants.
The goal of NICH (National Initiative for Consumer Horticulture) is to get 90 percent of U.S. households gardening by 2025.