Grow Your Understanding

Delve into topics presented by Department of Horticulture faculty, researchers and graduate students. Click the links below to view videos of the 2020 presentations given in the Horticulture Seminar Series. Double-click on each video to view the video full-screen.

SPRING 2021

March 29, 2021

Spotted Lanternfly, Lycorma delicatula: Prospects for Oregon Invasion & Anticipated Impacts

Claire Donahoo, PhD Student, Department of Horticulture

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APRIL 12, 2021

Non-nutritive sugars, a new management tactic for Drosophila suzukii management and prospective non-target effects

Bri Price, MS Student, Department of Horticulture

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APRIL 19, 2021

Non-nutritive sugars, a new management tactic for Drosophila suzukii management and prospective non-target effects

Mahmut Diker, PhD Student, Department of Horticulture

 

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APRIL 26, 2021

Wild edible small fruits in Turkey and their phenolic compounds

Ozge Yalcin, MS Student, Department of Horticulture

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SPRING 2021

MAY 3, 2021

Varroa destructor (Varroa mite)

Mustafa Bozkus, MS Student, Department of Horticulture

 

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MAY 10, 2021

The development of "MAGIC" lines and their implication for disease resistance in Snap beans

Ahmet Riza Agir, MS Student, Department of Horticulture

 

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MAY 17, 2021

Breeding and Cultivation of Celery & Celeriac, Apium graveolens

Hayley Park, MS Student, Department of Horticulture

 

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MAY 24, 2021

Breeding Strawberries for Verticilum Wilt

Paul Skillin, MS Student, Department of Horticulture

 

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MAY 31, 2021

Current Methods of Plant Genome Sequences

Sam Talbot, MS Student, Department of Horticulture

 

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