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  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Gardner, Ernest Hugh; Jackson, T. L. (Thomas Lloyd), 1922-; Wilcox, B. G.; Todd, R.; Fitch, L.; Johnson, M.; Pumphrey, F. V. (Floyd Vance) (Corvallis : Oregon State University, Extension Service, 1985-05)
    Good management practices are essential if optimum fertilizer responses are to be realized. These practices include adequate irrigation, use of recommended varieties, selection of adapted soils, weed control, disease and ...
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Gardner, Ernest Hugh; Jackson, T. L. (Thomas Lloyd), 1922-; Wilcox, B. G.; Fitch, L.; Johnson, M.; Pumphrey, F. V. (Floyd Vance) (Corvallis : Oregon State University, Extension Service, 1983-07)
    Good management practices are essential if optimum fertilizer responses are to be realized. These practices include adequate irrigation, use of recommended varieties, selection of adapted soils, weed control, disease and ...
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Rackham, Robert L. ([Corvallis, Or.] : Oregon State University, Extension Service, 1996-05)
    Adequate soil moisture is one of the most important factors in tree growth and production. The amount of irrigation needed varies greatly according to soil type and depth, season, weather, and tree size.
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Mitchell, Alan R. (Corvallis, Or. : Extension Service, Oregon State University, 1997-01)
    Because irrigation can overcome reliance on rainfall, in the past 40 years the majority of peppermint acreage has moved to irrigated regions of the Pacific Northwest.
  • Oregon Agricultural College. Experiment Station; Powers, W. L. (Wilbur Louis), b. 1887 (Corvallis, Or. : Oregon Agricultural College. Experiment Station, 1914-08)
  • Currie, J. A.; Wolfe, John W. (John William), 1917-; Swarner, L. R. (Lawrence Robert); Oregon State College. Agricultural Experiment Station (Corvallis, Or. : Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State College, 1959-05)
  • Oregon State College. Federal Cooperative Extension Service; Upchurch, Melvin Louis, 1914-; Potter, E. L. (Ermine Lawrence), 1884- (Corvallis, Or. : Federal Cooperative Extension Service, Oregon State College, 1946-09)
  • Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station; Kent, F. L. (Fred LeRoy), 1868- (Corvallis, Or. : Oregon Agricultural Experiment Station, 1905-04)
  • Marsh, A. W. (Alfred William), 1913- (Corvallis : Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State College, 1952-03)
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; English, Marshall J.; Mittelstadt, Robert; Miner, J. Ronald (Corvallis, Or. : Extension Service, Oregon State University, 1996-08)
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Shock, C. C. (Clinton C.); Flock, R.; Feibert, E.; Shock, C. A.; Pereira, A.; Jensen, L. (Corvallis, Or. : Extension Service, Oregon State University, 2005-11)
    One of the most important tools we have been using at the Malheur Agricultural Experiment Station over the past two decades is the granular matrix sensor (GMS, Watermark Soil Moisture Sensor, Irrometer Co., Riverside, CA ...
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Shock, C. C. (Clinton C.); Wang, F. X. (Feng-Xin); Flock, R. (Rebecca); Feibert, Erik Bruno Goncalves; Shock, C. A. (Cedric A.); Pereira, A. (Andre) (Corvallis, Or. : Extension Service, Oregon State University, 2013-03)
    This publication discusses the use of granular matrix sensors (GMS) for monitoring soil moisture content. It explains how to install GMS and use the recorded data for irrigation scheduling.
  • Oregon Agricultural College. Experiment Station; Powers, W. L. (Wilbur Louis), b. 1887; Johnston, W. W. (William Waters), 1896- (Corvallis, Or. : Oregon Agricultural College. Experiment Station, 1922-03)
  • Oregon Agricultural College. Experiment Station; Powers, W. L. (Wilbur Louis), b. 1887; Johnston, W. W. (William Waters), 1896- (Corvallis, Or. : Oregon Agricultural College. Experiment Station, 1920-08)
  • Oregon State College. Agricultural Experiment Station; Castle, Emery N.; Dwyer, Carroll H. ([Corvallis, Or.] : Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State College, 1956-07)
  • Oregon State College. Agricultural Experiment Station; Powers, W. L. (Wilbur Louis), b. 1887; Lewis, M. R. (Mortimer Reed), 1886- (Corvallis, Or. : Oregon State System of Higher Education, Agricultural Experiment Station. Oregon State College., 1941-06)
  • Oregon State College. Agricultural Experiment Station; Tileston, Fred M.; Wolfe, John W. (John William), 1917- (Corvallis, Or. : Agricultural Experiment Station. Oregon State College., 1951-07)
  • Hansen, Hugh J.; Trimmer, Walter L.; Oregon State University. Extension Service; Washington State University. Cooperative Extension; University of Idaho. Cooperative Extension Service; United States. Dept. of Agriculture; Pacific Northwest Cooperative Extension ([Corvallis, Or.] : Oregon State University Extension Service ; [Pullman, Wash.] : Washington State University Cooperative Extension ; [Moscow, Idaho] : University of Idaho Cooperative Extension Service ; [Washington, D.C.] : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, 1986-01)
    More than 4.5 million acres in the Pacific Northwest are irrigated with electric-powered sprinkler systems. Center pivots are used on about 1.25 million acres. Irrigation runoff can be a problem on many of these spri ...
  • Trimmer, Walter L.; Hansen, Hugh J.; Oregon State University. Extension Service; Washington State University. Cooperative Extension; University of Idaho. Cooperative Extension Service; United States. Dept. of Agriculture ([Corvallis, Or.] : Oregon State University Extension Service ; [Pullman, Wash.] : Washington State University Cooperative Extension ; [Moscow, Idaho] : University of Idaho Cooperative Extension Service ; [Washington, D.C.] : U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, 1986-01)
    The main purpose for irrigating is to supply needed water for crops. Plant growth is dependent on photosynthesis. While the plant exchanges gases with the air for photosynthesis, some water evaporates. Water is taken ...
  • Oregon State University. Extension Service; Selker, John S. (Corvallis, Or. : Extension Service, Oregon State University, 2004-04)
    We first need to note that the soil nitrogen that makes plants green is primarily in the form of nitrate, and this nitrogen is accessible to plants specifically because it stays dissolved in the soil water. In a typical ...

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