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Wheat scientist Tim Murray to chair Plant Pathology

Tim Murray, new chair of WSU’s plant pathology department. PULLMAN, Wash. —Professor and Extension Plant Pathologist Tim Murray has been named chair of Washington State…

WSU’s COSMIC CRISP in the National Spotlight

National Public Radio’s the salt explores the release of WSU’s much anticipated COSMIC CRISP apple.

Elson S. Floyd leaves a legacy of inspiration for CAHNRS

Late president recognized the value of agriculture, WSU's role

CAHNRS remembers President Elson Floyd

The College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences, alumni and partners share memories of Floyd, his impact

Dryland roots: Lind station looks back on century

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

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Encouraging the Next Generation of Scientists

Eighteen-year-old Sequoia Leuba was already a seasoned researcher when she came to work this summer in the lab of WSU horticultural genomicist Amit Dhingra. In ninth…

Orchards of the Future — Think Automation

In orchards and vineyards of the future, one sensor will measure the amount of photosynthetic energy being absorbed by tree and vine canopies at any…

Regenerating Pixie is Important Step in Grasping Grape Genetics

Understanding the grape genome in all its vast variety will translate into sustainable viticulture practices and a deeper understanding of wine quality. Wine grape growers…

Raspberry fumigation research shows less might be more

Less fumigant may actually improve raspberry crops, as an ongoing study by Washington State University small fruits horticulturalist Thomas Walters indicates.
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