On Solid Ground – May 9, 2012 – Ag Technology, Mason Bees, Cherry Grafting

WSU Scientist Pays It Forward with Agrotechnology Knowledge Sharing Knowledge is power, and in data-poor regions of the world, techniques that make data collection more efficient are a boon for local researchers and the stakeholders they serve. That’s why WSU agro-meteorologist Gerrit Hoogenboom helped lead a series of workshops in Tanzania, Ghana, and Kenya to […]

Peppermint, Cherries, Feed Management

It’s a Fact In 2006, Washington growers produced 2,760,000 pounds of peppermint valued at nearly $35 million. Washington is the nation’s leading producer of peppermint. On Solid Ground is a weekly, electronic newsletter for the friends and stakeholders of the Washington State University College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences (CAHNRS), WSU Extension and […]