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Agronomy

 

Agronomically Speaking:  What's New, Topical and Relevant?

New!  The new Wind Erosion Prediction System (WEPS) has replaced the Wind Erosion Equation (WEQ) as the current wind erosion prediction tool in Oregon. The new WEPS program has been “pushed out” to most NRCS computer users. It is located in Start-All Programs-USDA Applications-WEPS-WEPS Wind Erosion Prediction. If you do not see it, please contact Denise Troxell, Oregon Conservation Agronomist, to make arrangements for download. WEPS database files and training materials can be downloaded at: http://www.weru.ksu.edu/nrcs/wepsnrcs.html

For other users, a current version of the WEPS software may be downloaded at: http://www.weru.ksu.edu/nrcs/wepsnrcs.html

Policy, Procedures, Tools and Aids

The following documents require Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word and Microsoft PowerPoint.

Wind Erosion
      Wind Erosion Prediction Spreadsheet  (.xls, 1.40 MB)
      Wind Erosion Prediction Examples
             Eastern Oregon (.xls, 1.40 MB)
             Western Oregon (.xls, 1.40 MB)

Soils
Follow this link for a list of laboratories successfully meeting the requirements and performance standards of the North American Proficiency Testing Program (NAPT) under the auspices of the Soil Science Society of America. 

Phosphorous Index
      Technical Note #26 (.pdf, 77 KB)
      Phosphorous Index of PowerPoint Presentation (.ppt, 9.58 MB)
 

Contact

Denise Troxell
Agronomist
Phone: 503-414-3232
Email: Denise.Troxell