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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.
Home gardeners can start vegetable and flower seedlings indoors from four to 12 weeks before the last average spring frost in their area,
Cynthia Waters, an OSU Extension Service-Lane County Master Gardener, recommends planting marigolds around vegetable beds as a form of pest control.
New. A brief guide for anyone living near a vineyard to understand the damaging effects that common herbicides can have on grapevines.
Revision. Apps are new. Spring frost, herbicide drift, water or nutrient stress, diseases, and insect and mite pests can cause similar symptoms of stunting or distorted growth in grapevines.
Mark your calendars! These talks will be held noon- 1 p.m. every Tuesday in January and February.