Greenhouse

Oregon State University has a long tradition of supplying the nursery and greenhouse industry with science-based resources to benefit producers in Oregon.

Featured Links

The PNW Nursery IPM Website is designed to be dynamic, allowing growers and pest management professionals to give and receive information regarding pest activities in nurseries in the Pacific Northwest.

The OSU Landscape Plants website contains images, identification details and information on over 1,700 mostly woody, ornamental and native plants.

Associations and Government Agencies

ODA Plant Program

Oregon Association of Nurseries

International Plant Propagator's Society

USDA-Agricultural Research Service (ARS)

Production and Management

Greenhouse Grower Magazine

Nursery Management Magazine

 

Publications

Publications

May 1, 1965
Clonal propagation of plums and cherries was studied in an attempt to determine a standardized method for propagating plum and cherry trees. The recommendations made were supported by research done in Oregon and elsewhere on clonal propagation.
August 1, 1978
Rhododendrons samples were collected from different cultivars and nurseries then tested for calcium and magnesium content. The rhododendrons involved in the study were were given ratings based on leaf quality, plant quality, and flower bud formation.
December 1, 1966
Questions were raised by lily bulb growers as to the amounts of phosphorus needed in bulb production and the timing of the applications of phosphorus. The authors conducted a study to determine the answers to the grower's questions and discuss their findings in the article.
March 1, 1979
Anthracnose, a leaf blotch caused by the fungus Gloeosporium, was becoming a common disease of flowering dogwood trees in the late 1970's in western Washington. Discussed are the symptoms of the disease, lifecycle, effect on tree growth, and control methods.
November 1, 1969
The topic discussed by the Oregon State University affiliated author is the challenge of timing Easter lilies for bloom around variable dates. A new production method is offered as a solution to the issue of timing Easter lilies.
September 1, 1979
Field studies were conducted to determine if adult root weevils feed on certain cultivars of rhododendron more than other cultivars. The author discusses the methods and results of the studies, including the difference in resistance of the cultivars used.
June 1, 1971
Previous propagation experiments conducted by Dr. L.T. Blaney, Department of Horticulture at Oregon State University, on tree peonies produced minimal results and were the basis of the author's own propagation experiments on tree peonies. Several different hormones were used and produced favorable results.
August 1, 1957
Research studying the effectiveness of several different Rosa multiflora rootstock and scions specific to Oregon and other northern growers of roses are discussed by this author.
May 1, 1981
The dangers of tank mixing pesticides are addressed by the University of California affiliated author. The factors discussed include; chemical incompatibilities, physical incompatibilities, general principles for mixing pesticides, specific mixtures to avoid, and causes of phytotoxicity.

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