Malheur Experiment Station 2012 Annual Report

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2012 Annual Report

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Jim Klauzer, Clearwater Supply, (Far Right) explains the Malheur Experiment Station's evaluation of drip irrigation systems to local growers at the 2012 Farm Festival.

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Contributors and Cooperators


2012 Weather Report


Onion Variety Trials

Onion Production from Transplants and Sets

Onion Variety Response to Plant Population and Irrigation System

Insecticide Rotations for Thrips Control in Onions, 2012

Alternative Methods for Thrips Control in Onions, 2012

Post-emergence Herbicide Combinations for Weed Control in Direct-Seeded Onion

Evaluation of Sustain® Adjuvant for Improved Herbicide Weed Efficacy in Direct-Seeded Onion

Evaluation of Zidua® (Pyroxasulfone) and Warrant® (Acetochlor) for Weed Control In Direct-Seeded Onion


2012 Potato Variety Trials

Response Of Several Rotational Crops To Fomesafen (Reflex®) Herbicide Soil Residues

Sweet Potato Cultivar Performance and Irrigation Criteria for the Treasure Valley

Wild Flowers and Native Plant Seed Production

Direct Surface Seeding Strategies for the Establishment of Two Native Legumes of the Intermountain West

Eight Years Evaluating the Irrigation Requirements for Native Wildflower Seed Production

Preliminary Estimates of the Irrigation Requirements for Novel Native Wildflower Seed Production

Tolerance of Sulfur-flower Buckwheat (Eriogonum umbellatum) to Rates and Mixtures of Postemergence Herbicides, 2008–2012

Yellow Nutsedge Biology and Control

Biology, Development, and Tuber Production of Two Yellow Nutsedge (Cyperus esculentus) Varieties in the Treasure Valley

Herbicide Combinations for General Weed and Yellow Nutsedge (Cyperus esculentus) Control in Glyphosate-Resistant Sugar Beet in the Treasure Valley


Appendix A: Herbicide Listing

Appendix B: Insecticide Listing

Appendices A, B, & C: Listing of Common and Scientific Names

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