This is a Weed 'Em and Reap Part 1 video clip. Featuring Rob Heater, Stahlbush Island Farms. Corvallis, OR. Audio Text This is what we call an in-row cultivator. It’s built on to a Buffalo cultivator, which is made in the Midwest, I think back in Nebraska. It’s a high-residue, no-till cultivator. We happen to have had a bunch of these that we were using in our crops anyway and decided to make an attachment in here for killing weeds in widely spaced crops, like winter squash and different pumpkins.
Cantaloupe, Muskmelon, Honeydew, Crenshaw, Casaba, Etc
This is a Weed 'Em and Reap Part 1 video clip. Featuring Jeff Falen, Persephone Farm. Lebanon, OR. Audio Text
Photo by Lane Selman
John Hart, N. Monsour, D. Hemphill, and H. Mack. Vine crops fertilization information for Oregon. OSU Extension Publication Series #FG 68-E
Revised January 1990. Reprinted January 2000, February 2001.
Last revised February 11, 2010
Many new varieties of watermelons have been developed in recent years. Yellow and seedless types are finding an increasing share of the specialty watermelon market. It is estimated that seedless red and yellow varieties that were virtually unknown ten years ago, and represent about 5% of the market today will increase their market share substantially in the near future. Small excellent quality "icebox" melons are also becoming increasingly popular.