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

November 1, 1981
The idea of using clones in the Christmas tree industry is debated by the Oregon State University affiliated author. The use of clones could lead to more uniform sellable trees but could also lead to a lack of genetic diversity in the Christmas tree industry.
April 1, 1976
Tomato seedlings grown in greenhouses and garden centers were observed to be affected by bacterial speck , a leaf spot that could lead to defoliation and unsellable plants. The disease is caused by Pseudomonas tomato and was thought be carried on the seeds.
December 1, 1959
Clematis grown at Lewis-Brown Farm in Corvallis, Oregon was observed over a ten year period. The author includes a table showing bloom periods for each variety tested in the study.
January 1, 1982
The Oregon State University affiliated author discusses the use of computer modeling and simulation of plant development. The discussion includes various different ways growers could use the technology to improve multiple aspects of their operation.
July 1, 1976
Ideas for how to conserve energy in greenhouses are discussed by the Oregon State University affiliated author. The type and conditions of materials used can affect the amount of heat lost, light conservation is also briefly discussed.
August 1, 1961
Croft lily growers could use the bulblets to increase their stock quickly. Research conducted on Croft lilies production examined the conditions that produced the best bulblets, the results of the research are discussed by the Oregon State University affiliated authors.
July 1, 1982
A discussion about the use of grass in between rhododendron field plantings in the nursery environment for weed suppression, improved water drainage, and mud control. The types of grass covered include; perennial ryegrass, tall fescue, red fescue, hard fescue, chewings fescue, colonial bentgrass, kentucky bluegrass, and annual bluegrass.
December 1, 1976
After years of research conducted on Mugo or Swiss Mountain pine, a popular dwarfing shrub used in landscaping, six cultivars were selected to be released to the nursery trade. The selected cultivars were; OSU 67-2, 'Oregon Jade', OSU 67-5, 'Alpenglow', OSU 67-9, 'Elfengren', 67-15, 'Oregon Pixie', OSU 67-20, 'Tyrol', and OSU 69-2, 'Green Candle'.
January 1, 1963
Recommendations for storing holly to minimize the effects of mechanical injury, withering, defoliation and discoloration of leafs or berries. Methods discussed are partial drying, use of hormone treatments and additives, and cold storage.

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