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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.

Jill McCluskey named Alumna of 2022 by UC Berkeley Ag & Resource Economics Dept.

WSU economics teacher, mentor, and researcher is her alma mater's Alumna of the Year

WSU’s Lind Field Day returns June 16

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

Youth-led action to heal opioid epidemic earns Society honors for CROP+TR

Cross-college efforts helping youth overcome the opioid epidemic were honored by a national society.

Ruth Wylie cuts grand opening ribbon to new Headhouse

Washington State University faculty, Skagit Valley leaders, and local community members gathered to celebrate the grand opening of the Ruth Wylie Headhouse at the WSU…

Research into grapevine leafroll disease makes PLOS One top 10 most cited annual papers

Research on damaging disease among most cited papers in PLOS One

Researchers share future of ag tech in Consortium tour

Scientists from Washington State University shared the latest technologies for specialty crops like apples, wine grapes, cherries and organic blueberries at the spring meeting of…

Seeking new ways, places to grow tomorrow’s produce

Thanks to a changing climate, production of fruits and vegetables may be more challenging in some regions of the country in the future. To help…

Sleuth, researchers resurrect ‘lost’ apples

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

Promising solution for stormwater pollution

Research by WSU scientists offers promising solution for stormwater pollution, a major problem for Puget Sound.
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