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Processed Vegetable Production Resources from Oregon State University
Oregon farmers and processors grow and process many vegetable crops, including snap beans, sweet corn, onions, squash, beets, carrots, cauliflower and broccoli. In 2010, Oregon farmers grew 17,320 acres of sweet corn for processing for a value of almost $15 million, and 17,000 acres of snap beans at a value of more than $20 million.
This page aggregates information relevant to this grower group. Search by crop and topic for research reports, extension bulletins, videos and webinars. To search ONLY OPVC reports, go to the OPVC home page.
Photo credit: Alex Stone, OSU
Cultivar evaluation for control of common smut in sweet corn and high plains virus in the Columbia Basin of Oregon and Washington (2007)
Assessing the costs of transitioning land to certified organic in processed vegetable production (2007)
Cultivar Evaluation for Control of Common Smut in Sweet Corn and High Plains Virus in the Columbia Basin of Oregon and Washington (2006)