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Economics of range fertilization in eastern Oregon

Ed Schmisseur

Economics of range fertilization in eastern Oregon

by Ed Schmisseur

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

    Places:
  • Oregon.
    • Subjects:
    • Range plants -- Fertilizers -- Economic aspects -- Oregon.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 47-49.

      Statement[Ed Schmisseur and Richard Miller].
      SeriesCircular of information - Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University ; 673
      ContributionsMiller, Richard, 1949- joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsS667.R35 S33
      The Physical Object
      Paginationi, 49 p. ;
      Number of Pages49
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4068101M
      LC Control Number79621320

      Oregon House Bill , which took effect in January , allows forest landowners to have wildlife food plots. The statute that arose from the bill is Oregon Revised Statute (ORS) This statute requires the Board of Forestry to adopt rules to allow wildlife food plots to be an approved activity under the Forest Practices Act (FPA). range and on foothill meadows are listed in Table 1. Grassland type, estimated AUTHORS: F. V. Pumphrey is Associ-ate Professor of Agronomy, Eastern Oregon Experiment Station, Union, Oregon, , and R. D. Hart is Assistant Professor, Co-operative Extension Service, LaGrande, Ore-gon.

      Toward complete use of eastern Oregon's forest resources. [Donald R Gedney; Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.)] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search # Forest economics\/span> \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0 schema. The Columbia Plateau extends south from Washington to cover much of eastern Oregon. Formed by ancient lava flows, it's a landscape of deep, wide valleys and rugged mountains, including the Blue and Wallowa. Hell's Canyon, dissected by the Snake River on Oregon's border with Idaho, is the deepest gorge in America, with a maximum depth of 7, ft.

        Oregon These occupational employment and wage estimates are calculated with data collected from employers in all industry sectors in metropolitan and nonmetropolitan areas in Oregon. Additional information, including the hourly and annual 10th, 25th, 75th, and 90th percentile wages and the employment percent relative standard error, is.   Farmers commonly apply fixed ‘blind’ quantities of nitrogen fertilizer during the fallow or at seeding in rainfed winter wheat-fallow systems in North.


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Economics of range fertilization in eastern Oregon by Ed Schmisseur Download PDF EPUB FB2

ECONOMICS OF RANGE FERTILIZATION IN EASTERN OREGON Ed Schmisseur and Richard Miller SUMMARY The primary objective of eastern Oregon range fertilization is increased forage production at competitive costs.

However, other benefits are often pos- sible. Increased forage utilization, an increase in plant vigor, and a reduction. Scholars Archive is a service of Oregon State University Libraries & Press The Valley Library Corvallis, OR Contact Us Services for Persons with DisabilitiesCited by: 2.

changing economic conditions, eastern Oregon ranchers should evaluate the economics of rangeland fertilization as one option of obtaining needed feed at lower costs. This pamphlet provides management insights which should be helpful to eastern Oregon ranchers considering range improvements through fertilization.

Eastern Oregon is the eastern part of the U.S. state of is not an officially recognized geographic entity; thus, the boundaries of the region vary according to context. It is sometimes understood to include only the eight easternmost counties in the state; in other contexts, it includes the entire area east of the Cascade Range.

Cities in the basic eight-county definition include. Eastern Oregon CLEE S. COOPER and W. SAWYER Agronomist and Superintendent, Squaw Butte-Harney Range and Livestock Experiment Station’, Burns, Oregon N ATIVE flood meadows occupy nearly one half million acres of land in eastern Oregon and about Economic Benefits of Fertilization With nitrogen valued at 15 centsCited by: 2.

A SUMMARY OF RANGE FERTILIZATION STUDIES - F. A, Sneva1 A major concern of the eastern Oregon rancher is early spring feed for the prospect of obtaining an economic return from the use of nitrogen on the sagebrush-bunchgrass range has looked pretty slim; but, there is still an opportunity existing.

A general rule for soils in Oregon is that soil potassium levels below ppm K indicate a need for potassium fertilization. Based on this standard, many lawns in eastern Oregon do not need potassium fertilizer.

In western Oregon, soil potassium often is low, indicating potassium should be. Oregon is miles ( km) north to south at longest distance, and miles ( km) east to west.

With an area of 98, square miles (, km 2), Oregon is slightly larger than the United is the ninth largest state in the United States. Oregon's highest point is the summit of Mount Hood, at 11, feet (3, m), and its lowest point is the sea level of the Pacific Ocean. Sulfur (S) Fertilization.

Low soil S levels ( ppm) warrant S fertilization, while high S levels (> 15 ppm) indicate no need for additional S. Moderate soil test levels of S ( ppm) may or may not respond to S fertilization (Koenig et al., ).

Eastern Oregon Liming Guide. Published May PNW Estimating Plant-Available Nitrogen Release from Cover Crops. Published November PNW Phosphorus Fertilization of Late-Planted Winter Wheat in No-Till Fallow.

Published April EM Irrigated Kentucky Bluegrass (Eastern Oregon) Nutrient Management Guide. siderations when figuring the economics of N fertilization of crested wheatgrass on Range fertilization studies for central Utah. Agr. Res. Serv., U. Dep. Agr., Range Fertilization Workshop, Denver, Colo.

Mimeo 4 p. Duncan pear from a blue grama range in north- eastern Colorado and found no increase in blue grama production, but more. Tom Cook, associate professor of horticulture, Oregon State University, and Brian McDonald, turfgrass research assistant, Oregon State University.

EC • Revised January $ Fertilizing, along with mowing and irrigating, is one of the basic cultural practices used to produce healthy, dense, green lawns. The goals of this publication. Metasequoia (Oregon State Fossil) from the Oregon Blue Book-- The legislature designated the Metasequoia, or dawn redwood, as the official state fossil for Oregon by resolution in The Metasequoia flourished in the Miocene epoch of 25 to 5 million years ago and left its record embedded in rocks across the Oregon landscape.

Tax money from wheat farming and cattle ranching helped finance this Umatilla County Courthouse. (Oregon State Archives image no. OAE) Eastern Oregon farmers also saw growth based on the railroads.

Hoping to capitalize on a captive market, some farmers followed gold miners to eastern Oregon in the early s, only to suffer when the mines played out in the late s and s.

5 Oregon Freight Plan Modeling Analysis Technical Memo In order to create the Reference scenario, the following inputs were used: • Employment figures are consistent with the “Oregon Economic and Revenue Forecast, March ” produced by the Office of Economic Analysis, Oregon Department of Administrative Services I think this has been especially true of soils in the lower half of the range ( to ).

Two years ago I set out to conduct some local research to help us better understand the economics of liming coastal pastures. In describing my results, I will use some assumptions that you may or may not agree with, but the data still remains the same.

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Oregon law. Oregon law defines the following: Agricultural amendment: A mixed or unmixed synthetic chemical substance, a chemically or physically modified natural substance, a naturally occurring substance or a manufacturing by-product, or a combination of those substances or by-products, intended to induce crop yields or plant growth or to produce any physical, microbial, or chemical change.

The uptake and loss of N fertilizer was similar for trees with previous fertilization (+N) and those without (0+N). The expectation was that previous fertilization of the +N plots would have enriched the soil and trees with available N.

Consequently, the trees would have been expected to use less of the applied fertilizer N. Fertilization of Mountain Meadows in Eastern Oregon.

Fertilization of Mountain Meadows in Eastern Economics of Western Range Resource Use. Economics of Western Range Resource Cite this Item xml. Book Reviews. North American Prairie by J. Weaver. North American Prairie by J.

Weaver (p. 34) Review by: Melvin S. Morris DOI:. The information covered topics such as how to take a soil sample, interpreting soil test results, understanding fertilizer materials, using the OSU fertilizer guide, strategic fertilization, grazing impact on fertility, legume components and fertilizing, and much more (T-SumSe fertilization of pastures, Pasture Calendar, Oregon Beef.Most of the Oregon Coast Range and the slopes of the Cascade Range as far up as 1, m (4, ft) are covered by Douglas fir and western hemlock.

The Douglas fir produces most of Oregon’s lumber. Above the Douglas fir forest in the Cascades are a variety of coniferous trees, which include white fir, grand fir, mountain hemlock, and pine.Bend is a city in and the county seat of Deschutes County, Oregon, United States.

It is the principal city of the Bend Metropolitan Statistical is Central Oregon's largest city and, despite its modest size, is the de facto metropolis of the region, owing to the low population density of that area.

Bend recorded a population of 76, at the time of the U.S. Census, up from.