The (CA Dept. Food & Agriculture) Integrated Pest Control Branch is recruiting to fill a Senior Environmental Scientist (Supervisory) position in its Sacramento office.
Under the direction of the Environmental Program Manager I, the incumbent supervises and directs the work of professional and/or technical staff involving the research, environmental analysis, outreach, and logistics of the Hydrilla Program for the Integrated Pest Control Branch.
More details about this position may be found on CALHR's website at the link below:
Posting number: P03432UF
Closing date: 01/01/2020
For more details: https://jobs.oregonstate.edu/postings/85731
The Department of Horticulture invites applications for a full-time (1.0 FTE), 12-month, fixed-term Faculty Research Assistant position. Reappointment is at the discretion of the Department Head.
This position will lead the field research activities in weed management in perennial horticultural crops. The incumbent is responsible for design and implementation of research protocols, compiling research reports, outreach activities, and equipment maintenance. Other responsibilities...
Posting link: https://www.wsujobs.com/postings/49261
|Working Title||Assistant Professor and Extension Weed Scientist|
|College/Area||College of Agricultural Human & Natural Resource Sciences|
|Hiring Unit||Irrigated Agriculture Research and Extension...|
Leeks were grown on 589 acres in Monterey County in 2018 and were worth $10.8 million. Depending on the planting date, they can be in the field for 120 or more days, particularly if they are over wintered. They can be grown from seed, but are commonly transplanted to overcome slow initial plant growth. Weed control in leeks is quite challenging because, like onions, they never form a dense crop canopy that can effectively compete with weeds. In addition, given the long crop cycle, a leek planting may experience flushes of both cool and warm season weeds.
Weed control options in organic leeks consist of 1) locating leek planting on blocks with low weed pressure (e.g. blocks with careful weed control in prior crop rotations), 2)...
San Benito County Weed Management Area
A County, State, Federal and Private Partnership
18th Annual Continuing Education Seminar for Ranchers
Bring weeds from your ranch to have them identified by a botanist!
Wednesday, December 4, 2019
Veterans Memorial Building, 649 San Benito Street (Main Hall), Hollister, California
For information call (831) 637-5346 x14