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Can mushrooms save the honey bee?

Early last year, Stamets asked Washington State University entomologist Steve Sheppard to help confirm his hunches about bees and fungi.

Partnership for WSU bee research endures

When Steve Sheppard arrived at Washington State University in 1996, he had a donation already lined up without any solicitation: 100 beehives. “I got a…

WSU’s Green Times: All about Bees and More

For Washington state, bees mean business. That’s why improving bee health and habitat is vital for keeping the state’s agriculture successful. This month’s “All About Bees” issue…

Fall vineyard and wine science graduates prepare for next stage

With Washington being the second largest premium wine producer in the United States, the outlook for Washington State University viticulture and enology graduates is much…

Austrian viticulture students get lessons from WSU professor Keller

Washington State University viticulture professor Markus Keller recently returned from the University of Natural Resources and Life Sciences (Universität für Bodenkultur Wien, or BOKU) in…

Chinese scientist visiting Prosser agriculture research center

Dr. Bo Li, a cherry physiologist at the Shandong Institute of Pomology in China, has joined the grape research team at the Washington State University…

Counting on student research

Student's research continues to influence the wine industry.

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