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  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Sattell, Robert; Dick, Richard; Karow, Russell S.; McGrath, Diane; Peachey, Ronald Edward (Corvallis, Or. : Extension Service, Oregon State University, 1998-01)
    Annual ryegrass is an erect, robust cool-season bunch grass that reaches a height of 3 to 4 feet. Plants are yellowish-green at the base and have 12-inch long glossy leaves. This species has a heavy, extensive, fib ...
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Sattell, Robert; Dick, Richard; Karow, Russell S.; Kaufman, Diane; Luna, John; McGrath, Daniel M. (Daniel Morton); Peachey, Ronald Edward (Corvallis, Or. : Extension Service, Oregon State University, 1998-01)
    Cereal grains are grasses and may have a prostrate, semierect, or erect physical stature. All have fibrous root systems. Barley, oats, triticale, and wheat are each comprised of hundreds of varieties whose growth c ...
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Sattell, Robert; Dick, Richard; Karow, Russell S.; McGrath, Daniel M. (Daniel Morton) (Corvallis, Or. : Extension Service, Oregon State University, 1998-01)
    Buckwheat is not likely to increase soil organic matter content much because dry matter production is relatively low and tissues are succulent and decompose very rapidly when incorporated. However, buckwheat can im ...
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Sattell, Robert; Dick, Richard; Karow, Russell S.; Kaufman, Diane; Hemphill, Delbert D.; Luna, John; McGrath, Daniel M. (Daniel Morton) (Corvallis, Or. : Extension Service, Oregon State University, 1998-01)
    Cereal rye is an erect annual grass with greenish blue, flat blades and an extensive fibrous root system. It resembles wheat, but usually is taller (3–5 ft) and tillers less. Flowering is induced by 14 hours of ligh ...
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Karow, Russell S.; Klepper, E. L.; Rickman, R. W.; Toll, T. R. (Corvallis, Or. : Extension Service, Oregon State University, 1993-09)
    Early development in cereal plants follows a regular pattern. Heat, measured as growing degree days (GDD), is the driving force behind development.
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Cook, Gordon H.; Johlke, Tami R.; Karow, Russell S. (Corvallis, Or. : Extension Service, Oregon State University, 1994-11)
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Ehrensing, D. T.; Jolliff, Gary D.; Crane, Jimmie M.; Karow, Russell S. (Corvallis, Or. : Extension Service, Oregon State University, 1997-04)
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Lev, Larry S.; Karow, Russell S. (Corvallis, Or. : Extension Service, Oregon State University, 1989-08)
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Karow, Russell S.; Kronstad, Warren E. (Warren Ervind), 1932-; Kolding, Mathias F.; Zwer, P. K. (Corvallis, Or. : Extension Service, Oregon State University, 1992-06)
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Karow, Russell S.; Kronstad, Warren E.; Kolding, Mathias F.; Zwer, Pamela K. (Corvallis, Or. : Extension Service, Oregon State University, 1992-07)
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Karow, Russell S.; Kronstad, Warren E. (Warren Ervind), 1932-; Kolding, Mathias F.; Brown, B. D.; Zwer, P. K. (Corvallis, Or. : Extension Service, Oregon State University, 1992-07)
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Karow, Russell S.; Zwer, Pamela K. (Corvallis, Or. : Extension Service, Oregon State University, 1993-09)
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Sattell, Robert; Dick, Richard; Ingham, Russ; Karow, Russell S.; Kaufman, Diane; McGrath, Daniel M. (Daniel Morton) (Corvallis, Or. : Extension Service, Oregon State University, 1998-01)
    Rapeseed is grown for its oil and meal, and as a cover crop. Rapid fall growth captures part of the available soil nitrogen, which otherwise might be lost to leaching, and provides good ground cover over winter.
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Sattell, Robert; Dick, Richard; Ingham, Russ; Karow, Russell S.; McGrath, Daniel M. (Daniel Morton) (Corvallis, Or. : Extension Service, Oregon State University, 1998-01)
    Sudangrass and sorghum sudangrass crosses are used as warm season cover crops, forage, and silage. When used as a cover crop, their fibrous roots and organic matter contributions improve soil structure; and their r ...

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