Thanks for attending the 2019 Insights into Gardening Conference and the Growing Peppers presentation.
Here are the resources shared during the presentation:
PDF of Slide Presentation
OSU Extension Catalog: https://catalog.extension.oregonstate.edu
EM-8777-17 Vegetable Variety Trials 2017
EC 1227 Grow Your Own Peppers
EM 9027 Growing Your Own (general guide for veggie gardening)
Pacific Northwest Pest Management Handbooks: https://pnwhandbooks.org
Place to research pepper pest problems (diseases and insect issues)
OSU Extension Master Food Preserver publications https://extension.oregonstate.edu/mfp
Preserving Foods: Peppers
Still need help? Contact your OSU Extension Master Gardener Volunteers!
OSU Extension Benton County
4077 SW Research Way
Corvallis, OR 97333
OSU Extension Linn County
33630 McFarland Road
Tangent, OR 97389
Presentation made in the Spring 2016 PNW Brown Bag series in Lebanon & Albany, Oregon.
UPDATED 6/8/16: Here is a brief narrated version of the presentation.
Choosing & Using Edible Flowers
Wild Garden Seeds lettuce varieties
Here’s the narrated lecture for the Biotic Plant Problems session. This was developed for the 2016 Lane County Master Gardener’s Plant Diagnostic Specialist training and is a complement to the Abiotic training session.
Slide deck from my portion of 5/28/16 Class #1 “Abiotic Problems”. These slides aren’t narrated yet-hope to do that soon!
(This training is for advanced Master Gardeners who want to become Plant Diagnostic Specialists in Lane County.)
Slides and resources from my presentation to the OSU Extension
Multnomah County Master Gardeners. Covered an overview of climate change and how that can affect the phenology of garden plants as well as changing pest pressures.
Oregon Forests & Climate Change blog: http://blogs.oregonstate.edu/orforestscc/
Citizen Science on Plant Phenology:
Gardening in the Global Greenhouse (from UK scientists):
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Follow-up on audience questions (if I missed one, just click ‘leave a reply’ above)
Is there a list of ash tree alternatives? Choose anything but ash ( Fraxinus sp.) to avoid loss to Emerald Ash Borers. Good general source of information: http://www.emeraldashborer.info Local training from OSU Extension on potential invasive insects affecting trees: http://pestdetector.forestry.oregonstate.edu/programs/registration-and-online-course
What to spray to treat Azalea Lace Bug? http://insect.pnwhandbooks.org/hort/landscape/hosts-and-pests/azalea-rhododendron-azalea-and-rhododendron-lace-bug Robin Rosetta with the OSU Extension Nursery IPM program has indicated that the nymphs are emerging. This stage in the life cycle is especially vulnerable to contact insecticides (this is different from the systemic insecticide that the questioner mentioned). Labeled insecticidal soaps and neem-based products may be a good choice. Good coverage of the underside of leaves will be necessary.
Recent change in USDA Hardiness zones-does that indicate global warming? “Climate changes are usually based on trends in overall average temperatures recorded over 50-100 years. Because the USDA PHZM represents 30-year averages of what are essentially extreme weather events (the coldest temperature of the year), changes in zones are not reliable evidence of whether there has been global warming.” From: http://planthardiness.ars.usda.gov/PHZMWeb/AboutWhatsNew.aspx