2 edition of Estimated costs of wheat production in the Columbia Basin of Oregon found in the catalog.
Estimated costs of wheat production in the Columbia Basin of Oregon
A. Gene Nelson
by Cooperative Extension Service, Oregon State University in Corvallis, Or
Written in English
|Statement||A. Gene Nelson and Stanley D. Miles.|
|Series||Special report -- 310., Special report (Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 310.|
|Contributions||Miles, Stanley., Oregon State University. Cooperative Extension Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||12|
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CORVALLIS, Ore. - A microscopic parasitic roundworm is costing Pacific Northwest wheat growers $51 million in lost revenue each year because it's cutting grain yields by an average of about 5 percent, according to estimates by Oregon State University researchers. Called the root-lesion nematode, the transparent, eel-shaped roundworm lives in the soil and . In the Washington-Oregon Columbia Basin, the wet spring delayed planting for many crops, which in turn delayed fall timothy planting. High timothy prices and low winter wheat prices drove many to plant more timothy last fall as part of rotations in the Columbia : Alicia Nguyen.
The Columbia Basin Project (or CBP) in Central Washington, United States, is the irrigation network that the Grand Coulee Dam makes possible. It is the largest water reclamation project in the United States, supplying irrigation water to over , acres (2, km 2) of the 1,, acres (4, km 2) large project area, all of which was originally intended to be supplied and is . Canola emerging as major state crop according to the Columbia Basin Railroad. helped him save about $15 an acre on chemical weed control costs. Subsequent wheat crops also .
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Table 3. Estimated Costs for Wheat Production and Land Diversion in the Columbia Basin of Oregon Cost Item County, wheat acreage, and normal yield Sherman acres 30 bu./A Sherman acres 40 bu./A Gilliam Morrow acres 2, acres 30 bu./A 25 bu./A (dollars per harvested acre) Wheat production cost per acre $ $ $ $ Land.
Administrative Report Or Publication Estimated costs of wheat production in the Columbia Basin of Oregon Public Deposited. Analytics × Add to Wheat -- Columbia River Valley -- Costs; Subject: Special report (Oregon State University.
Author: A. Gene Nelson, Stanley Miles. The price for winter wheat is $6 per bushel with a long- run average yield of bushels per acre for a gross income of $ Variable cash production costs are $ per acre, giving a net return above variable cash costs of $ per acre.
Total costs were $ per acre. Author of Estimated costs of wheat production in the Columbia Basin of Oregon, Trends in Oregon farmland value, Cost trends for Oregon milk production, Economic Recovery Act ofCustom rates for farm machinery in the Oregon Columbia Basin counties, Milk production costs in Oregon, Evaluating Oregon's tax options on pollution control facilities.
Estimated costs of wheat production in the Columbia Basin of Oregon. Economic aspects -- Columbia River Valley, Wheat -- Columbia River Valley -- Costs. Publisher: Corvallis, Or.: Cooperative Extension Service, Oregon State. The Columbia Basin Project is an immense irrigation development in central Washington state that provides water from the Columbia River to aboutacres (, hectares) on the Columbia project is in the Big Bend area of the river, which includes the cities of Ephrata, Quincy, Moses Lake, and Othello.
In south-central Oregon on a high plateau with sandy volcanic soils, the Klamath Basin specializes in fresh market potatoes, sugar beets and beef cattle.
During the 's and continuing into today, there appears to be a gradual movement from traditional grain production toward the production of specialty crops.
Cost Estimates of establishinig and producing organic highbush blueberries in Eastern Washington (TB28) Galinato, Gallardo, Hong: pdf excel: Budgets: Enterprise Budgets for Potatoes, Winter Wheat, Alfalfa Hay, Grain Corn, Silage Corn, and Sweet Corn Under Center Pivot Irrigation, Columbia Basin, Washington (EB).
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THE ECONOMICS OF OREGON’S COLUMBIA BASIN IRRIGATED AGRICULTURE Oregon Solutions With 10” water Without water. Dryland wheat - $ Tillamook Cheese stays in Oregon • Columbia Basin Onion / T&C Organics. ESTIMATED COST AND RETURNS FOR PRODUCING ONIONS COLUMBIA BASIN, WASHINGTON Herbert Hinman and Gary Pelter1 INTRODUCTION Inapproximately 8, acres of onions were produced in the Columbia Basin.
Bythe acreage of onions produced had risen to approximat This publication. Intern, Eastern Oregon University, and 4Director of the Columbia Basin Agricultural Research Center, Oregon State University. AEBRevised October This enterprise budget estimates the typical costs and returns of producing winter wheat using conservation tillage production practices in a less than inch precipitation zone.
To identify sugar beet production practices representative of well-managed sugar beet enterprises grown under rill and center pivot irrigation in the Columbia Basin.
To provide estimates of capital requirements, production costs and returns. To provide current and prospective producers with a procedure for analyzing the. Estimated wheat production costs on a 2,acre dryland farm, Oregon Columbia Plateau, by A.
Gene Nelson () 2 editions published in in. After surveying the Columbia above Wallula, he estimated it would cost $3 million at least to make the river navigable (Nine years later, inCongress would appropriate $70, to start the work). Symons described the Hanford area as “a desolation where even the most hopeful can find nothing in its future prospects to cheer.”.
Focus | Agriculture + Viticulture in the Columbia Basin 19 the money can be spent, as it was approved based on the market it’s intended for and also by individual activity. Estimate Costs 2.
Estimate Benefits 3. Convert to “Like Terms” 4. Compare Costs and Benefits. There are two benefit subcategories: Increased Revenue and Reduced Costs. Increased revenue may include increased crop yields, livestock production, and hunting fees.
Reduced costs may include fewer passes over the field or less labor. results in reducing both operating (or business) costs and environmental costs. Inwheat was the fourth largest Oregon commodity in sales at $, The per-bushel price in averaged $, a relatively low annual average price.
Inwheat probably was probably third in the state’s total sales (after cattle and dairy File Size: KB. USDA hardiness zones are shown, higher numbers have warmer average annual low temperatures, Western Oregon is in zone 8, Eastern Oregon is in zones 5 and 6.
2. Seeding rates are estimated for broadcast seeding of single species, rates can be slightly reduced when drilling, many small seeded cover crops (i.e.
clovers) can establish well when.The project's cost is estimated at $ million. The federal government is paying 65 percent, Oregon and Washington are paying $27 million each, and Mouth: Pacific Ocean, at Clatsop County, Oregon .The output of Washington’s dairies is impressive: the state ranks 10th in total U.S.
milk production and 4th highest in milk production per cow. Food processing Though Washington state is known for advanced technology and airplane production, the number of people working in both the growing and food processing industries surpasses ,