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Research Weed Scientist
The U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Forage Seed and Cereal Research Unit in Corvallis, OR seeks to hire a Research Weed Scientist ($82,694 -$98,334 per annum, plus benefits) broadly interested in understanding and managing intractable weeds in seed crop production systems of the Pacific Northwest. A fundamental approach based on integrated weed management combined with alternative tactics and new technology is key to controlling especially challenging weeds. This approach fits within a holistic cropping system program and meshes with other grower practices. The study of weed biology and ecology is a rapidly advancing field and has led to new and developing weed management strategies. Plant competition and species diversity are cultural practices imp


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