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Grow healthy food and essential plants, design and create sustainable landscapes, and discover how plants improve people’s lives and livelihoods in the Department of Horticulture.
Our food and farming programs solve problems and create opportunities for farmers and horticultural industries in Oregon and the nation.
Our programs in environmental management of natural and built environments combine horticultural, restoration, and social sciences to enhance lives and livelihoods.
Wild tomatoes produce anthocyanins, something that cultivated plants cannot do, explains breeder and geneticist Dr. Jim Myers with OSUs Department of Horticulture. (Register-Guard)
Omeg hopes to collaborate with Lynn Long, Oregon State University extension educator in The Dalles, on a trial to look at the benefits to tilling the cov
Visiting American pomologist Dr Todd Einhorn from Oregon State University says consumers are looking for different tastes from pears and new
Three categories of blueberry plants are best-suited for Oregon climates, according to Bernadine Strik, a berry specialist with the Oregon State University Extension Service. (Oregonian)
It’s best to plant them in late March through April after the threat of hard frost has passed in western Oregon, said Bernadine Strik, a berry specialist with Oregon State University.(Hillsboro Trib)
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