1 edition of Irrigated crop research in Oregon"s Columbia Basin found in the catalog.
Irrigated crop research in Oregon"s Columbia Basin
1982 by Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University in Corvallis, Or .
Written in English
|Series||Special report -- 664., Special report (Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 664.|
|Contributions||Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station., Columbia Basin Agricultural Research Center.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||81 p. :|
|Number of Pages||81|
The Hermiston Agricultural Research & Extension Center is located at South First Street in Hermiston, Oregon. Office hours are am - pm, Monday - Friday, closed during the lunch hour, noon - pm. HAREC serves nearly , acres of irrigated agriculture in Oregon and Washington's Columbia Basin. Agronomist, Hermiston Agricultural Research Center, both of Oregon State University. AEB , July This enterprise budget estimates the typical costs and returns of producing winter wheat under center pivot irrigation in the Columbia Basin area of Oregon. It should be . Projects in the Pacific Northwest Region. Reclamation's Pacific Northwest Region includes the entire U.S. portion of the Columbia River Basin watershed. Since , Congress has authorized 39 projects throughout the region. These projects include 72 dams, dikes, .
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Irrigation Project inthe Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station and the Division of Western Irrigation Agriculture, USDA, agreed to cooperatively estab-lish local research programs (now the Columbia Basin Agricultural Research and Irrigated crop research in Oregons Columbia Basin book Center).
Operations of the Umatilla Experiment Station began in on a acre tract. Umatilla Irrigation Project inthe Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station and the Division of Western Irrigation Agriculture, USDA, agreed to cooperatively establish local research programs (now the Columbia Basin Agricultural Research and Extension Center).
Operations of the Umatilla Experiment Station began in on a acre tract. Irrigated Crop Research in Oregon's Columbia Basin Research Report Special Report January Agricultural Experiment Station Oregon State University, Corvallis. bushel irrigated wheat • 2 nd Acre Foot - $1, • Hay, Some vegetables, grass seeds, etc.
• 3 rd Acre Foot - $5,+ • High value root crops • Full Rotation. Oregon State University Columbia Basin Ag Research Center Rattail Fescue Control in Irrigated Winter Wheat Trial ID: Location: CBARC-Pendleton Weed Code gloryland-church.com RATTAIL D BROME Crop Code WHEAT Part Rated WEED CROP WEED WEED Rating Data Type CONTROL INJURY CONTROL CONTROL Rating Unit PERCENT PERCENT PERCENT PERCENT.
Field research at both Pendleton and Moro emphasizes the production of wheat and rotational crops such as barley, legumes, and canola. Scientists at the Columbia Basin Center specialize in research and extension work important to the production of field crops on 2 million acres in north-central and northeastern Oregon.
Research conducted in the plant pathology program focuses on the ecology, epidemiology, and management of pathogens causing disease of high value irrigated crops grown in the Columbia Basin of Oregon. Current, research projects develop knowledge about: Potato tuber necrotic virus and disease management (i.e.
disease cause by potato virus Y, tobacco rattle virus and potato. Jun 02, · The Sustainability of the Columbia Basin’s Irrigation System Posted by Andrew McGuire | June 2, Although Irrigated crop research in Oregons Columbia Basin book teenagers, while in Ephrata’s elementary school my three daughters learned about hydropower generation, electricity and the dams owned and operated by the Grant County Public Utility District.
Inthe amount was about million acres. The largest areas of irrigated acreage are in southern Idaho, eastern Washington and eastern Oregon. Nearly all of the potatoes, sugar beets, hops, fruit, vegetables, and mint grown in the Columbia River Basin are irrigated, as are large crops of.
The Columbia-Snake River Irrigators Association: Advancing Irrigated Agriculture and Water Resources Management. The Columbia-Snake River Irrigators Association (CSRIA) represents many of Eastern Washington’s most prominent farming operations, with its members irrigating aboutacres of prime row crop, vineyard, and orchard lands.
The project provides irrigation water to 2, farms. Apples, wheat and corn are the largest-volume crops. There also are large herds of dairy cows and beef cattle. Annually, the cash value of farm production in the Columbia Basin Project is about $ million.
Klamath Basin Research & Extension Center (KBREC) Brian Charlton, Interim Director Klamath Falls Focus: Potatoes, forage and cereal production.
Malheur Experiment Station (MES) Stuart Reitz, Director Ontario Focus: Irrigated field crops, vegetable production, weed control. Mid-Columbia Agricultural Research and Extension Center (MCAREC) Steve. Characterization and pathogenicity of Rhizoctonia and Rhizoctonia-like spp. from pea crops in the Columbia Basin of Oregon and Washington.
Plant Disease. Interpretive Summary: Processing peas for canning and freezing are produced in irrigated circles in the Columbia Basin. Monitoring and identifying the potato psyllid in the Columbia Basin.
25% Research. Oregon State University, College of Agriculture, Hermiston Agricultural Research and Extension Center, Department of My major responsibilities as an Extension Entomologist at OSU are to attend emergencies in irrigated crops in Eastern Oregon.
Contact Info. The Columbia Basin is a major area for the production of potatoes, sweetcorn, melons and onions and a number of other temperate vegetables, herbs and vegetable seeds. Crops are produced for both fresh market and processing. The Columbia Basin vegetable region includes parts of Gillam, Morrow, and Umatilla counties as indicated on the map at right.
The Columbia Basin Project is located in the central part of Washington State in the counties of Adams, Douglas, Franklin, Stevens, Okanogan, Grant, Lincoln, and Walla Walla. The primary feature of the project is Grand Coulee Dam, which is located on the main stem of the Columbia River about 90 miles west of gloryland-church.com: Joe Simonds.
The irrigation system carried its first water from Grand Coulee Dam to about 66, acres in spring of Irrigation water from the Columbia Basin Project is often used more than once before it returns to the Columbia River near Pasco.
Potholes Reservoir collects runoff from the north for farms in the south. Columbia Basin Project Farm Unit Maps.
These farm unit maps are organized by irrigation district and then further divided by block numbers. Columbia Basin Agricultural Research Center, Adams, Oregon. likes. Our research efforts focuses on the production of wheat and rotational crops such as barley, legumes, and gloryland-church.comers: The fungal pathogen, Claviceps pupurea (Fr.:Fr.) Tul.
is known to cause ergot disease of grass seed crops in Columbia Basin region of Washington and Oregon. This disease has been particularly. In Oregon, Kentucky bluegrass seed is produced in three main irrigated crop areas: the Grande Ronde Valley near La Grande in northeastern Oregon, the Madras and Culver areas in central Oregon, and the Lower Umatilla Basin near Hermiston in the southern portion of the Columbia Basin.
Characteristics of these three areas are shown in Table 1. Benjamin Brink, The Oregonian Dryland winter wheat, grown without irrigation, has been a dependable crop in the Columbia River basin since Apr 30, · This project will improve the sustainability of irrigated crop production while reducing potentially negative impacts on the environment.
Source: OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY submitted to. DEVELOPMENT OF HIGH VALUE CROP PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY FOR THE COLUMBIA BASIN OF EASTERN OREGON. Sponsoring Institution sweet corn in the Columbia Basin of. Dryland Crops and Weed Research at the Columbia Basin Agricultural Research Center The project objectives: Investigate new herbicides to improve weed management and environmental suitability for eastern Oregon dryland crops.
Particular emphasis will be placed on weed management in intensive dryland crop rotations using direct seeding. Farmers in the irrigated Columbia Basin of eastern Washington are using a variety of soil improvement practices: (1) organic amendments, (2) cover crops and green manures, and (3) high residue.
Research conducted in the plant pathology program focuses on the ecology, epidemiology, and management of pathogens causing disease of high value irrigated crops grown in the Columbia Basin of Oregon.
Current, research projects develop knowledge about: Potato tuber necrotic virus and disease management (i.e. disease cause by potato virus Y. But considering that irrigation consumes as much as 70 percent of the world’s freshwater withdrawals, dryland farming in western Oregon may be a sustainable alternative.
an agronomist at OSU’s Columbia Basin Agricultural Research Center in Pendleton, says. Crops I have worked with include potato, sweet potato, asparagus, cotton, corn, soybean, alfalfa, wheat, strawberry, and vegetables. My major responsibilities as an Extension Entomologist at OSU are to attend emergencies in irrigated crops in Eastern Oregon.
The Columbia Basin Project (or CBP) in Central Washington, United States, is the irrigation network that the Grand Coulee Dam makes possible.
It is the largest water reclamation project in the United States, supplying irrigation water to overacres (2, km 2) of the 1, acres (4, km 2) large project area, all of which was originally intended to be supplied and is still.
Washington Irrigation. Washington's designation as "The Evergreen State" really only applies to half of the state. The Cascade Mountain Range effectively drains most of the moisture from the atmosphere onto the west side of the mountains leaving the east side with plenty of sunshine, but very little rainfall.
Cover crops in the Columbia Basin are planted for a variety of reasons, including prevention of wind erosion, sequestration of nutrients, suppression of soil-borne pathogens, and improvement of soil organic matter. Extensive research has been conducted on the use of mustards as a fall. Alfalfa Production.
This extension bulletin is an excellent resource for growers interested in producing organic alfalfa, both irrigated and dryland. Alfalfa provides an excellent transitional crop for those interested in organic production of other crops as well.
Apr 01, · Dryland agriculture, growing crops without irrigation, is the focus of research at Oregon State University's Columbia Basin Agricultural Research Center (CBARC), where as.
Columbia Basin Irrigation has transformed what was once sagebrush and desert in this region into some of the most productive farmland in the nation. Wheat, potatoes, onions, vegetables for processing, watermelon, tree fruit, and alfalfa are grown in this area.
The purposes of these budgets are to estimate the costs and returns from producing these crops for research and policy purposes and to provide producers and their credit providers with a tool to use in enterprise selection and financing.
Cost of Producing Processing and Fresh Potatoes under Center Pivot Irrigation - Columbia Basin. The Central Columbia Plateau/Yakima River Basin (CCYK) National Water-Quality Assessment (NAWQA) study unit is located in Central Washington, USA. The study unit is dominated by intensive agricultural practices, with irrigated agriculture a common practice for crop.
Focused on dryland cropping systems, soil, water and nutrient management, soil erosion, soil quality, and rotational crops. Research projects are concerned with improving management of soils under dryland farming systems in relation to soil and water conservation, crop.
Jennifer A. Gourlie currently works at the Columbia Basin Agricultural Research Center, Oregon State University. Jennifer does research in Agricultural Plant Science. Their most recent publication. The goal of this work is to address this gap, and characterize the direct impacts of near‐term (for the s) climate change and elevated CO 2 levels on regional‐scale crop yields and irrigation demands for the Columbia River basin (CRB).
This question is addressed through a coupled crop‐hydrology model that accounts for site‐specific Cited by: 4. Washington State University’s Irrigated Agriculture Research and Extension Center, in Prosser, Wash., celebrates its th anniversary this year.
other areas of the valley and Columbia Basin. Congress authorized eastern Washington's Columbia Basin Project in to irrigate more than 1 million acres of arid land. The project was to have been completed over some 70 years but was never.Sep 30, · Progress 10/01/99 to 09/30/04 Outputs Currently we are working on two projects involving deficit irrigation, specifically helping farmers find profit-maximizing methods to deficit irrigate their crops.
These projects involve farmers in the Columbia Basin and also the farming area around Prineville. These projects will be continuing under the new regional research project.Bureau of Reclamation - Managing water and power in the West.