Evaluation of Late-Season Bactericide Applications to Reduce Xanthomonas hortorum pv. carotae on Harvested Carrot Seed

Series/Report Number: COARC2014

Evaluation of Predator Mites for Control of Two-Spotted Spider Mites in Carrots Grown for Hybrid Seed in Central Oregon, 2014

Series/Report Number: COARC2014

Evaluation of Miticides for Two-Spotted Spider Mite Control in Carrots Grown for Hybrid Seed in Central Oregon, 2014

Series/Report Number: COARC2014

Evaluate Potential Crop Injury from Herbicides Applied the Final Year of Peppermint Production when Rotating to Kentucky Bluegrass Seed or Wheat

Series/Report Number: COARC2015

Evaluation of Late-Season ManKocide Applications to Reduce Xanthomonas hortorum pv. carotae on Harvested Carrot Seed

Series/Report Number: COARC2015

Abstract: Field plots were established to evaluate the efficacy of late-season applications of ManKocide for the suppression of Xanthomonas hortorum pv. carotae (Xhc) on harvested carrot seed. Two ManKocide applications were made in mid to late August 2014 in each of two fields, and harvested seed from the plots was assayed by plating dilutions of seed washes onto a semi-selective agar medium. Late season applications of ManKocide did not significantly reduce Xhc populations on harvested seed in this study.

Evaluation of Predator Mites for Control of Two-Spotted Spider Mites in Carrots Grown for Hybrid Seed in Central Oregon, 2015

Series/Report Number: COARC2015

Evaluation of Potential New Insecticide in Carrots for Lygus Control

Series/Report Number: COARC2016

Evaluation of Potential New Insecticides and Fungicides for Honey Bee Repellency in Seed Carrots

Series/Report Number: COARC2016

Abstract: To insure honey bee safety during crop pollination, potential new products were screened for bee repellency. This research was conducted in a carrot steckling field at the Central Oregon Agricultural Research Center (COARC). Bee visits were counted beginning one day after bees were brought into the field and continued for a total of four counts. There was no statistical difference between treated and untreated plots, indicating no detrimental effect on bee activity from these products.

Evaluation of Potential New Herbicides in Carrots Applied as a Directed Spray at Layby

Series/Report Number: COARC2016

Abstract: Weed resistance to ongoing use of Lorox in carrots grown for seed is a concern to industry representatives and growers. This project was established to evaluate two new products compared to current industry standard treatments. Spartan (sulfentrazone) is used in peppermint production and there is local knowledge about the spectrum of weed that it is effective on. Results from a directed spray application at layby indicate that it may provide a good fit in carrot seed production.

Foliar Boron Fertilizer Application and Timing in Hybrid Carrot Seed Production

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