Skip to main content Skip to navigation

Category: On Solid Ground

Showing page 1 of 27

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: Guides on sooty bark disease, mobile drip irrigation

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

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.

New guides from Extension: Irrigated agriculture in Spokane, Skagit counties

Each month, experts at Washington State University publish new and revised guides aiding farmers and communities across the Northwest. The latest guides include: Overview of…

WSU’s Lind Field Day returns June 16

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

Students learn the ropes of ag education careers at regional conference

Gaining best practices while learning how to launch their own teaching careers, WSU agricultural education students share ideas at regional conference.

Keep your lawn green, bring community to the farm with new WSU Extension guides

New guides explain how to hold a Farm Walk, and help lawn owners stay green.

New from Extension: Understanding wireworms; do coffee grounds make good mulch?

Latest guides help gardeners learn about mulch, farmers manage a persistent insect pest.

Pacific Northwest Canola Association begins first steps  

Canola acreage in Washington, Montana, and the Pacific Northwest has reached record levels this year, and interest from producers who have never grown the crop before…
Showing page 1 of 27