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About Nursery, Greenhouse, and Christmas Trees at Oregon State University
We are dedicated to the teaching, research, and extended learning of the diverse nursery, greenhouse, and Christmas tree industries. Our goal is to provide relevant information to industry professionals, their workforce, students, and others... Read more
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The next steps towards safeguarding pollinators were outlined today at a hearing held by the House Interim Committee on Agriculture and Natural Resources.
As the 2013 Christmas tree harvest gears up, exports to Hawaii are leaving soon.Inspectors from the Oregon Department of Agriculture will once again be on site when those first trees arrive in port.
By adopting a temporary rule, ODA is taking action, in an abundance of caution, to avoid the potential of similar large bee kills this summe
This diagnostic field guide for Christmas tree diseases, pest and other disorders is available for purchase through OSU-NWREC.
The Sixth Western Native Plant Conference offers an in...
Informal discussions about insect/arthropod pest...
Three full days of information for growers including,...