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Variety survey results are out: Where does your wheat rank?

Washington and Oregon grain commissions recently released their annual variety surveys and quality rankings, giving growers the latest information on the best wheat to plant.

Market sale set, donations taken after fires halt county fair

When wildfires cancel 72nd annual Ferry County Fair, 4-H clubs, Extension try new approach

WSU opens new Ste. Michelle Wine Science Center

The new wine center will bear the name of its top supporter, Ste. Michelle Wine Estates.

Dryland roots: Lind station looks back on century

WSU's Dryland Research Station marks 100th anniversary at annual Lind Field Day

Q&A: Grad helps Malawi farmers test green methods

Dan TerAvest helped find ways to sustainably feed a growing world

Cuts to manure gas earns student kudos

BSE student’s work to cut greenhouse impact of manure took honors in poster contest

Sleuth, researchers resurrect ‘lost’ apples

Horticulture team brings 'extinct' heirloom varieties back to life.

A renaissance of barley in western Washington

Using traditional breeding techniques, scientists at Washington State University are developing barley varieties with qualities that are sought after for making malted barley – the…

International Year of Quinoa

Quinoa—a small grain with huge nutritional impact and a passionate following—attracted researchers, farmers, processors, food experts, sociologists, and government officials from all over the world…

Watering the Seeds of Peace

Washington State University’s world-renowned agrometeorologist Gerrit Hoogenboom is not waiting for water to be worth its weight in gold before taking action. Hoogenboom is the…
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