ANR Intermountain REC
ANR Intermountain REC
ANR Intermountain REC
University of California
ANR Intermountain REC

Intermountain Research and Extension Center


Four miles from the Oregon border, in Tulelake, California, the Intermountain Research and Extension Center (IREC) is one of nine centers under the University of California Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources. IREC supports and facilitates University of California research in field and vegetable crops grown in northeast California, and supports conservation of natural resources in the Klamath Basin.


Please explore our website.  Specific contents include announcements, calendar reminders, local weather, biological data, and past & current research reports. 

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Intermountain REC News

  • 2014 Outlook for Seedcorn and Onion Maggot in Tulelake Onions

    Added April 8, 2014
    Trapped maggot flies at IREC in 2011-2013

    Water availability is still uncertain, but the probability of maggots infesting onion fields this year is nearly guaranteed. Over the last three field seasons, we conducted several experiments at IREC examining insecticides applied at planting for...

  • New LED Lighting in the IREC Shop

    Added March 31, 2014
    New LED Lights in the IREC Shop

    Thanks to ANR Be Smart About Safety (BSAS) funding, new LED lights have been installed in the IREC shop. These new lights are bright, efficient and mercury-free. They make the shop safer for prepping field equipment or while making repairs. Senior Farm...

  • IREC & UC-CE Siskiyou Host Successful Alfalfa and Small Grains Meeting

    Added March 19, 2014

    Thank you to area growers and industry personnel for attending the 2014 Tulelake Alfalfa and Small Grains Spring Meeting. I think all will agree that the topics were informative and timely. Ron Quigley, Deputy Director of Emergency Services, Siskiyou...


Event Name

Photo of Rob Wilson Rob Wilson
Title: Intermountain REC Director/Farm Advisor
Specialty: Pest managment in vegetable and field crops; Potato variety development; Production of potatoes, onions, peppermint, and small grains
Phone: (530) 667-5117


Photo of Darrin A. Culp Darrin A. Culp
Title: Principal Superintendent of Agriculture
Phone: 530-667-5117


Photo of Shanna Done Shanna Done
Title: Business Officer
Phone: (530) 667-5117

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