2 edition of Early horticultural days in Oregon found in the catalog.
Early horticultural days in Oregon
James Robert Cardwell
in [Salem, Ore.?
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
Among the choices are parsley, sage, chives, and lavender. Choose a sunny spot for the herb bed, and plant seeds or transplants after danger of frost has passed (late April-early May in the Willamette Valley and Central Coast; June-July in Eastern and Central Oregon). We'll be offering three 4-hour courses and each one is approved for 3 core credits and 1 regular credit. That's right, just pick the day that works best for you: January 27, 28, or 29 and come get 4 credits easy peasy. The meetings will be held in the upstairs meeting rooms of Hall D at the Portland Expo Center Followers:
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Ask an Expert is a way for you to get answers from the Oregon State University Extension Service. We have experts in family and health, community development, food and agriculture, coastal issues, forestry, programs for young people, and gardening. In early days we had agricultural literature.
The first paper was the Oregon Farmer, August. published at Portland by W. Taylor & Co., Albert G. Walling, editor. A file of that paper in the rooms of the Oregon Historical Society reads well to-day.
It was published from to In Western Oregon/Willamette Valley the best time to prune is mid-February to early March. Pruning mid-month or later is recommended. This timing is suggested because generally we will have weather that encourages the plant to start growing.
Pruning earlier (before the last frost or forecast bad weather) will cause the rose grower problems. Jun 03, · Excerpt from History of Early Days in Oregon It is needless to say that in our neighborhood there was great plan ning to come to Oregon.
Farms were offered for sale, but there were few buyers. My father alone succeeded in selling his farm, and no doubt at a great sacrifice. As I remember, my father received about $ for acres of finest farming land and 40 acres of timber.
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I have no doubt that more attention is being paid to the growing of fruit in Oregon than in any other new territory in the Union. Messrs. Ladd and Levelling have truly become benefactors, by introducing at an early day, at great expense, and under most disheartening circumstances, so large a variety of the choicest orchard fruits from the.
Jun 07, · When Portland banned blacks: Oregon’s shameful history as an ‘all-white’ state A Ku Klux Klan parade, East Main Street in Ashland, Ore., in the s.
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2 “Lueling,” Here in Oregon it was spelled “Luelling,” by Henderson. After a misunderstanding between the two brothers, Seth and Henderson, Seth arrived at the spelling of “Lewelling” and that, I think, is the way the name is generally spelled today.
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