New mobile app developed by OSU helps pick plants for a fire-resistant landscape
Growing Knowledge archive
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.
The Oregon Flora Project educates growers and gardeners alike through books, interactive workshops and its website
USDA-ARS and OSU team up to tackle this pernicious problem
Finding the best way to propagate Astragalus peckii
(aka Peck’s milkvetch) is necessary for the plant’s survival
Research shows intelligent spray systems deliver healthy plants with fewer pesticides.
Implementation of the Food Safety Modernization Act will impact fresh produce-growing greenhouse operations in a variety of ways.
Scientists track the use of predatory insects for aphid control in
Christmas tree farms.
OSU’s Turf Program looks for ways to improve the environmental and economic sustainability of turfgrass management.
The Austin Family Business Program at Oregon State University has developed guidelines for succession planning. They are based, in part, on extensive surveys of successful multi-generational family businesses.