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economic returns of annual ryegrass production in Oregon"s Willamette Valley, 1959 to 1975

Frank S. Conklin

economic returns of annual ryegrass production in Oregon"s Willamette Valley, 1959 to 1975

by Frank S. Conklin

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Published by Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University in Corvallis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Grass seed industry -- Economic aspects -- Oregon -- Willamette River Valley.,
  • Ryegrasses -- Seeds -- Yields -- Oregon -- Willamette River Valley.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[Frank S. Conklin, and Dan Wilson].
    SeriesSpecial report -- 436., Special report (Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 436.
    ContributionsWilson, Dan., Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination14 p. ;
    Number of Pages14
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16093081M

    Annual statistics summary of Oregon agriculture. Facts and Figures brochure. Oregon Agriculture, Food and Fiber: An Economic Analysis () This report from OSU Extension and ODA provides a profile of agriculture, food and fiber in the Oregon economy and includes estimates of economic contributions. Specific to annual ryegrass: in , 27, acres of Oregon's , acres of annual ryegrass grown for seed were managed with open-field burning (23%) compared to 16, acres burned in , % of current production (, acres).

    In the portion of the Willamette Valley that includes the Portland, Tualatin, and Central Willamette basins and part of Southern Willamette Valley, pumping (excluding domestic wells) from the CRBG aquifer in was 39 million m3/yr (32, acre ft/yr) (Conlon et al., ) and represented nearly 20% of groundwater withdrawals in the area. LONG-TERM EVALUATION OF ANNUAL RYEGRASS CROPPING SYSTEMS FOR SEED PRODUCTION M.E. Mellbye, W.C. Young III and C.J. Garbacik Introduction Annual or Italian ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum Lam.) is grown on approximately , acres in the southern Willamette Valley. Production has occurred mostly on soils too poorly.

      When market forces favor wheat over grass seed crops, Willamette Valley perennial ryegrass and tall fescue seed crops are replaced, at least in part, by wheat. Nevertheless, the long-term trends clearly point to an increase in the acreage of grass seed crops and loss of wheat acreage in the Willamette Valley. Here’s a new article from our seed production research and extension team on trinexapac-ethyl plant growth regulator (PGR) and field burning effects on the expression of yield components in strong creeping red fescue (Festuca rubra L. subsp. rubra) seed crops. The field trials were conducted in the Willamette Valley over a 4-year period at Hyslop Farm.


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Scholars Archive is a service of Oregon State University Libraries & Press. The Valley Library Corvallis, OR Service, USDA, report annual price and yield by seed type for the Willamette Valley since Grass seed production costs are not reported annually.

Two data sources are available which report production costs in certain years. One source is a research survey of a sample of Willamette Valley. yielding annual ryegrass grown in the southern Willamette Valley.

Data are from Cumulative biomass (lb/a) Cumulative N uptake (lb/a) N uptake rate (lb/a/day) Beforemuch of the annual ryegrass straw was burned, and subsequent plantings were no-till seeded. Current legislative statutes prohibit open field burning of residue in annual.

Thomas G. Chastain, Ph.D. Department of Crop and Soil Science C Crop Science Building Oregon State University Corvallis, Oregon Phone   The Oregon Economic Forum is a series of initiatives presented by the UO College of Arts and Sciences and its Department of Economics.

With the state continuing to face significant economic challenges, the Oregon Economic Forum adds a new voice to the ongoing political and business economic dialogue and affords business, finance, government, and university leaders the.

N.P. Anderson, Area Extension Agronomist, North Willamette Valley Management of Annual Ryegrass Contamination in Tall Fescue and Orchardgrass Grown for Seed; Are Higher Yields Possible in Annual Ryegrass Seed Crops. (Year 1) Spring-applied Nitrogen and Plant Growth Regulator Effects on Seed Yield of Second-year Orchardgrass.

Valley-wide soil losses from water erosion in perennial rye grass fields are estimated to be metric tons/ha/year compared to metric tons/ha/year for annual cereal grains in this region. Abstract Oregon ranks first nationally and accounts for 98 % of U.S. ryegrass seed production.

(For this crop profile, annual ryegrass (Lolium multiflorum Lam.) and perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne L.) are treated as one crop unless otherwise noted.) InOregon harvestedacres of annual ryegrass with a value of $39, andacres of perennial ryegrass seed with a.

USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service Information. NASS publications cover a wide range of subjects, from traditional crops, such as corn and wheat, to specialties, such as mushrooms and flowers; from calves born to hogs slaughtered; from agricultural prices to land in farms.

The agency has the distinction of being known as The Fact Finders of U.S. Agriculture due to the abundance of. The Oregon Ryegrass Growers Seed Commision was formed by growers in for the purpose of promoting Oregon-grown Ryegrass seed use and developing new markets.

It also contributes funds for continuing production and market research of Ryegrass. The Commission is a non-profit organization which neither sells seed nor quotes prices. Oregon’s Willamette Valley is home to nearly all the annual ryegrass seed grown in the country and it thrives on farmland that grows little else.

But until its discovery as a cover crop in the mid s, annual ryegrass seed was used predominantly in lawn mixes and on big acreage in the South. Willamette Valley Grass Seed Production Oregon is the world’s major producer of cool-season forage and turf grass seed and a widely recognized center of expertise in seed production.

Most of the acreage is located in the Willamette Valley, the “grass seed capital of the world.” Farm gate value of Oregon’s production for the last several years has been.

Annual ryegrass seed field in Oregon (TG Chastain photo) Long-term annual ryegrass cropping systems trials were initiated in the crop year in a project led by former OSU Extension Agent, Mark Mellbye. His vision was for a 9-year project to study the long-term effects of several cropping practices on annual ryegrass seed production.

Cost and returns of grass seed production in Oregon's Willamette Valley, Economic aspects -- Oregon -- Willamette River Valley; Subject: Special report (Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station) The Valley Library Corvallis, OR 1, —WHEN OPEN field burning is scheduled to be banned in Oregon—what will grass seed grow- ers do.

Important to the economy of the Willamette Valley, an estimated 1, to 1, farms generate $24 million from grass seed production, 18 percent of the region's crop income. Seed proc- essing and sales add $ million. environment conducive to perennial ryegrass seed production.

Perennial ryegrass is also produced in foothills on the east side of the Willamette valley, primarily on Nekia, Jory, and Stayton series.

Here, fields can be located at elevations approaching 1, feet, and rainfall can be 50 percent greater than on the valley .Contact Information.

Silver Falls Seed Company Evans Valley Lp. NE Silverton, OR Phone: () Fax: () Central Oregon Regional Facts & Economic Impact by county Executive summary Oregon’s farmers, ranchers, fishers, and food processors are the heart of one of the state’s most important economic sectors.

With a $50 billion annual economic impact, Oregon agriculture not only plays a huge role in the state’s economy, but also.