In re Grogan, 476 B.R. 270 (Bankr. D. Or. 2012)

(in Chapter 11 bankruptcy, creditors claimed security interest in debtor’s 1,000,000 Christmas trees on mortgaged land; state law requires only enough information to enable third party to locate where collateral is growing; only crops grown on land were Christmas trees; both security agreements included “trees” and “permanent plantings” within their description; court held security agreements sufficiently identified Christmas trees and their proceeds as collateral because descriptions were enough to put a third party on notice).