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C. Seavert, Orchard Economics: Establishing and Producing Medium-density Apples in Hood River County. Oregon State University, Extension Service, 2003.
C. Seavert, Climate Smart Agriculture: Building Resilience to Climate Change. 2017.
C. Seavert, Hinman, H., and Klonsky, K., A crop profitability analysis for long‐term crop investments, Agricultural Finance Review, vol. 66, no. 1, pp. 125 - 135, 2006.
C. Seavert, Agriculture in a Changing Climate: Research and Extension Priorities in the Northwest.. 2016.
C. Seavert, Cost of Establishing and Producing Medium- and High-Density Pears in the Hood River Valley of Oregon, 2016.
C. Seavert, Enterprise Budget: Pears, d’Anjou & Fresh Bartlett, North Central Region, 2016.
C. Seavert, Strawberry Economics: Comparing the Costs and Returns of Establishing and Producing Fresh and Processed Market June Bearing Strawberries in a Perennial Matted Row System to Day-Neutrals in a Perennial Hill, Plasticulture System, in the Willamette Valley, 2014.
C. Seavert, Enterprise Budget: Cow/Calf, California Winter Range, Klamath and Lake Counties, 2014.
C. Seavert, Enterprise Budget: Corn (Field) Under Center Pivot Irrigation, Minimum Tillage, North Central Region of Oregon, 2014.
C. Seavert, The Costs and Returns of Establishing and Producing Hazelnuts in the Willamette Valley, 2013.
C. Seavert, Wheat (Winter) Following Fallow, Conservation Tillage (12-18 Inch Precipitation Zone, 2012.
C. Seavert, Wheat (Winter) Following Fallow, Direct Seed, 12-18 inch Precipitation Zone, North Central Region, 2012.
C. Seavert, Orchard Economics: Establishing and Producing Medium-Density Apples in Hood River County, 2012.