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Latest WSU Extension guides: lady beetles, soil health, and protecting fruit

Latest guides explain how to protect tree fruit crops, gauge soil health, and deploy ladybugs in the garden.

Latest WSU Extension guides: Launch a food hub, keep eggs safe, and grow pears feasibly

New, free publications share ways to establish a successful food hub, connecting farmers with consumers.

New from Extension: Wilke research farm performance, orchard soil moisture sensors

New guides showcase Wilke Farm's year in operation, orchard soil sensors.

New from Extension: Guides on sooty bark disease, mobile drip irrigation

Latest free guides help irrigated crop growers learn about new method, residents protect maple trees.

Coached planning courses to help western Washington forest owners

WSU's Forest Stewardship Coached Planning course comes to Preston, Conway, Wash.

Learn how to develop a sustainable small farm at Cultivating Success course series

Extension's Cultivating Success looks at advantages available to the small farm.

WSU Extension Forestry team honored for excellence in education

Northeast Washington Extension Forester Sean Alexander visits with Lynn Miner, owner of Casa Becca del Norté tree farm near Chewelah, Wash. Miner hosted WSU's Forest…

New guides from Extension: Weed control, dairy-defending raptors, and hard cider chemistry

Learn about Washington cider's unique chemistry, plus pest-fighting birds of prey, weeds of wheat

STEM opportunities abound in agriculture fields

CAHNRS has several programs and a wide variety of opportunities for students seeking STEM degrees.

WSU’s Lind Field Day returns June 16

Learn about the latest research on crops and practices for dryland farming at 104th annual event.
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