Branch Experiment Stations

These OSU branch experiment stations support horticultural research and outreach:

Central Oregon Agricultural Research Center - Located in central Oregon in Madras and Powell Butte. Research is conducted on potatoes, mint, and sugar beets.

Hermiston Agricultural Research and Extension Center - Research is conducted on fruits and vegetables.

Mid-Columbia Agricultural Research and Extension Center - Located in the Hood River Valley. Research emphasis is on the culture and management and fruit quality of pears, apples, and cherries.

North Willamette Research and Extension Center - Located near I5, south of Portland. Research is carried out on small fruits, vegetables, and ornamentals.

Southern Oregon Research and Extension Center - Located in Central Point. Current research focuses on winter pear rootstock studies as well as disease and pest control in pears.

Malheur Agricultural Experiment Station - Located midway between Ontario, Vale, and Nyssa. Research is conducted on row crops, small grains, and alfalfa.

Klamath Agricultural Experiment Station - Located on 86 acres of mineral soil 3 miles south of Klamath Falls. Research is focused on potatoes, cereals, forages, and sugar beets.