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Browsing Extension Service -- Pacific Northwest Extension Publishing by Author "Parker, Robert, 1941-"

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  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Washington State University. Extension; University of Idaho. Extension; Burrill, L. C.; Parker, Robert, 1941-; Pacific Northwest Cooperative Extension ([Corvallis, Or.] : Oregon State University, Extension Service, 1994-07)
    The Horsetail (Equisetaceae) family comprises 30 species, all in the ancient genus Equisetum. During the Carboniferous age (more than 230 million years ago), the Horsetail family was the dominant plant group in the world ...
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Washington State University. Extension; University of Idaho. Extension; Hulting, Andrew Gerald; Krenz, Jennifer E.; Parker, Robert, 1941-; Pacific Northwest Cooperative Extension ([Covallis, Or.] : Oregon State University Extension Service, 2007-10)
    Paterson’s curse is a member of the borage family (Boraginaceae). It is native to Mediterranean Europe and North Africa but has spread to southern Africa, South and North America, Australia, and New Zealand. Outside of i ...
  • Burrill, L. C.; Callihan, R. H. (Robert Harold), 1933-; Parker, Robert, 1941-; Washington State University. Cooperative Extension; Pacific Northwest Cooperative Extension ([Pullman, WA] : Washington State University Cooperative Extension, 1994-05)
    Poison oak is common in western Oregon and Washington. Its near relative, poison ivy, is found in eastern Oregon and Washington, throughout Idaho, and eastward. Both plants are native to the Pacific Northwest.
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Washington State University. Extension; University of Idaho. Extension; Hulting, Andrew Gerald; Neff, Karin; Coombs, Eric M.; Parker, Robert, 1941-; Miller, Glenn A.; Burrill, L. C.; Pacific Northwest Cooperative Extension ([Corvallis, Or.] : Oregon State University, Extension Service, 2008-07)
    A bright sign of spring, Scotch broom (Cytisus scoparius) reminds us of its invasive presence each year as many acres of forests, pastures, and rights-of-way burst into golden bloom. Scotch broom is a native of Europe an ...
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Washington State University. Cooperative Extension; University of Idaho. Cooperative Extension System; Parker, Robert, 1941-; Miller, Glenn; Burrill, Larry C. ([Covallis, Or.] : Oregon State University, Extension Service, 1994-07)

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