Oregon Vegetables and the Vegetable Cropping Systems Program
The OSU Vegetable Cropping Systems Program works to support the economic and environmental sustainability of Oregon's vegetable farmers and farms through its research and outreach programs.
VegNet: A regional insect pest monitoring resource
VegNet is part of Oregon State University’s effort to foster sustainable food and farming programs.
VegNet monitors for insect pests and produces weekly activity reports that can be combined with field sampling to estimate pest pressure and make informed decisions about pest management priorities.
Oregon is home to many fresh market vegetable farmers, growing a wide range of vegetable crops across the state for wholesale and retail markets.
Organic Vegetable Production Resources for top vegetables, including salad greens, sweet corn, onions, snap beans, peas, winter squash, and potatoes.
Oregon farmers and processors grow and process many vegetable crops, including snap beans, sweet corn, onions, squash, beets, carrots, cauliflower and broccoli.
Specialty Seed Production
The specialty seed industry in Oregon produces a variety of seed crops, over 170 crop species ranging from vegetable seed to cover crop and ornamental flowers.