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Learn about Kitsap watershed with Stream Stewards course

Learn about forests and streams on the Kitsap Peninsula by taking the six-week Stream Stewards course, July 19-Aug 23.

Falling number risk period approaching

Temperature fluctuations in late-June to mid-July can affect wheat prices. Learn more about the importance of falling numbers in this WSU Extension publication.

DNA could solve puzzling cattle fertility decline

In cattle production, nothing is more important than fertility. Without it, herds can’t grow and milk doesn’t flow. For decades, fertility in U.S. dairy cattle…

Junior faculty receive WSU seed funding

Four researchers in the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences are among 14 recipients of Washington State University’s New Faculty Seed Grants, helping…

Inspiring journey brings new dean to WSU

To hear him tell the story, André-Denis Wright might have left college to chase the dream of a career in professional football had his mother…

June 21: See WSU potato research in action at Othello field day

Potato experts at Washington State University share the latest in disease defense, production advances and new varieties at the Potato Field Day, Thursday, June 21.…

Researchers document another cost of 2016 Election: Shorter Thanksgiving visits

Thanksgiving visits were 30 to 50 minutes shorter after the presidential election of 2016, according to WSU & UCLA researchers.

50 shades of Rosé

WSU researcher perfects wine’s distinct colors.

Voracious pest leads to award winning research

Entomology graduate student Adekunle Adesanya's research on spider mites has led to a prestigious award and industry appreciation.

Plants that fight back: WSU researchers join forces to combat parasitic pest

So small it can’t be seen with the naked eye, a parasitic worm called the root-knot nematode causes outsized problems for Northwest farmers. Potatoes, grapes…
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