Wednesday, December 29, 2021

Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center

Eastern Oregon Agricultural Research Center (EOARC) is a cooperative research effort between Oregon State University and USDA-ARS (Agricultural Research Service) focusing on rangeland ecology and restoration of wildlands, environmentally compatible livestock systems, forage crops, and alternative livestock systems in the sagebrush-steppe of the Great Basin and inland coniferous forests of the Pacific Northwest. The Center's research program is unique in the integration of research about beef cattle, rangeland, wildlife, watershed, and forest management. 

OSU’s research at the two agricultural experiment stations that comprise EOARC (Burns and Union) focuses on beef cattle production and management. Cattle have been raised in Oregon since John Quincy Adams was elected president in 1824. Cattle and calves ranked as the state’s second-leading agricultural commodity in 2016, with a value estimated at $701 million.

Sunday, December 26, 2021

Monday, December 20, 2021

What's New with Hemp at the Global Hemp Innovation Center

There were a lot of challenges for the hemp industry in 2020. Despite the hurdles, a lot of research was started in 2020. Find out about new research and exciting opportunities for the future. From CBD oil to industrial hemp, from Oregon to Kentucky, and the U.S. to international.

Friday, December 17, 2021

Campus is ready | Welcome from our US INTO Centers

Our US Executive Directors are ready to welcome you to campus for face-to-face teaching at our INTO Centres across the US at top universities. To start your US study journey now, visit our website:

Saturday, December 11, 2021

Malheur Experiment Station Overview

Scientists at the Malheur Experiment Station specialize in research important for the production of row crops, small grains, alfalfa, and native plants. Onions, wheat, corn, beans, sugar beets, and potatoes are major crops in Malheur County, helping to generate hundreds of millions of dollars per year of farm gate income for producers and over $1 billion of economic activity in the county. Alfalfa, corn, and hay are transformed into high value meat and milk products by cattle and dairy producers. The station is located on 117 acres of row crop land midway between Ontario, Vale, and Nyssa in the Cairo area. Entrance to Onion Avenue is from Highway 20/26. Visitors are welcome at the station. The OSU faculty and staff also conduct research and observations at many other locations in the region.

Wednesday, December 8, 2021

See & Spray™ – the Next Generation | John Deere Precision Ag

First came See & Spray™ Select. The first factory-installed targeted spraying solution in the industry. A revolution in weed management that’s helping farmers reduce herbicide use by an average of 77%, while hitting 98% of weeds. Now, we’re working on the next generation of weed spraying technology. We’re talking with farmers. Walking their fields. And finding out what’s important to them when it comes to weed management. Join us in this series of videos as we explore the future of precision weed control.

Sunday, December 5, 2021

AgSci Alum Lauren Lewis, Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation

After completing his degree, Lauren Lewis returned home to work as a chemist helping to protect First Foods - critical natural resources that have supported his people for thousands of years. While exploring undergraduate research opportunities, he connected with AgSci Executive Associate Dean Staci Simonich, who has worked with CTUIR for two decades on issues related to environmental pollutants and air quality.

Thursday, December 2, 2021

Corvallis, Oregon. Home of Oregon State University

A beautiful, historic, and state-of-the-art campus, Pac-12 sports, and boundless possibilities — all in one of America’s best college towns.

Lofi Calming Campus

Take a moment to unwind with some calming views of our beautiful campus, here in Corvallis, Oregon. These aerial views capture students walk...