OSU is presenting three seed production field days in May where the public can visit research farms and learn more about research activities. The field days provide a convenient choice for those located in either the western or eastern parts of the state.
May 18 – Native Wildflower Seed Production – Seed production of native plants in eastern Oregon. Starts at 9 AM and ends at noon.
Located at Malheur Experiment Station, 595 Onion Avenue, Ontario, OR. Phone 541-889-2174.
May 25 – Grass Seed Field Day – Various topics focused on grass seed production practices and pests and more. Starts at 8:00 AM and ends at noon.
Located at OSU’s Hermiston Agricultural Research and Extension Center, 2121 S. First Street, Hermiston, OR 97838. Phone (541) 567-6337.
May 24 – Hyslop Farm Field Day – Plant growth regulators and nutrient management in grass seed crops, plant growth regulators and irrigation management in clover seed crops, weed management in grass seed crops, cereals, and more. Starts at 8 AM and ends with lunch provided by the OSU Crops Club.
Located at Hyslop Crop Science Field Research Laboratory just off Highway 20 between Corvallis and Albany at 3455 NE Granger Corvallis, OR 97330. Phone (541) 737-6067. Hyslop Farm location