Look for an update in your inbox next week. We’ll have project updates and opportunities to get involved with OSU horticulture research this summer! Make sure you’re on the list by signing up here.
Indigo Rose, a truly purple tomato, has been bred at Oregon State University as the first variety to come from OSU’s program to breed for high levels of antioxidants in tomatoes. (Photo by Tiffany Woods, OSU.)