Janet participates in all aspects of the horticultural management of cherry and pear trials. Her duties also include collecting and organizing data generated by the various projects in the Horticulture program.
Prior to Dr. Einhorn’s arrival, she managed the pear cultivar, rootstock, and training system trials. Work in these projects will continue, with an emphasis on supporting the development of the applied research program being initiated by Dr. Einhorn.
Turner, J. Pear Cultivar, Rootstock, and Training System Trials in Oregon. Compact Tree Fruit Journal, vol. 41 (1) April 2008.
Auvil, T, Seavert, C, and Turner, J. Horner Series of Pear Rootstocks. Compact Tree Fruit Journal, vol. 40 (3) December 2007.
Yin, X, Seavert, C, Turner, J, Nunez-Elisea, R, and Cahn, H. Effects of Polypropylene Groundcover on Soil Nutrient Availability, Sweet Cherry Nutrition, and Cash Costs and Return. Hort Science Vol. 42(1) February, 2007.
Turner, J, Auvil, T, Seavert, C. Preliminary Results of Pear Rootstock and Competitive Orchard System Trials. Acta Hort, 800, ISHS 2008. Proceedings of the Tenth International Pear Symposium. (pgs 611-616).
Elkins, R, Turner, J, Castagnoli, S, Seavert, C, Mitcham, E, Biasi, W, Colonna, A, and Bell, R. Evaluation of Potential Alternative European Pear Cultivars for U.S. West Coast Growers. Acta Hort, 800, ISHS 2008. Proceedings of the Tenth International Pear Symposium. (pgs 483-489).
Turner, J, Long, L.E., Seavert, C, and Colonna, A. Consumer Sensory Evaluation of Sweet Cherry Cultivars in Oregon, U.S.A. Acta Hort, 795, ISHS 2008. Proceedings of the Fifth International Cherry Symposium. (pgs 781-786).
Turner, J, Bai, J, Marin, A, and Colonna, A. Evaluation of harvest maturity, quality aspects, and sensory evaluation of pear cultivars in the Pacific Northwest, U.S.A. Acta Hort, 671, ISHS 2004. Proceeding of the Ninth International Pear Symposium. (pgs 355-360).