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CAHNRS Faculty Feature: Amit Dhingra

We asked several CAHNRS Ambassadors, excellent students who love WSU and their college, to name their favorite professors. Here, we're showcasing Amit Dhingra, associate professor…

Sleuth, researchers resurrect ‘lost’ apples

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

Award-winning WSU research maps suitability of Washington vineyard locations

Selecting a vineyard site is one of the most important decisions for owners — it can make or break them economically. Washington State University doctoral…

Voice of the Vine: clean vines, sparkling wine, Wine Science Center, wine webinar, cookbook contest (Feb. 2015)

Partnerships key to healthy Northwest vines | How many bubbles are needed in bubbly? | Wine Science Center nearly complete | Winery owner offers online…

Bringing a New Apple to Stores Everywhere

When I was young my family ate a lot of Red Delicious apples. Some came out of my trusty lunchbox at school, some were straight…

Raspberry Fumigation, Oil Seed Case Studies – WSU’s On Solid Ground, June 6, 2012

With Raspberry Fumigation, Less May Be More Less fumigant may actually improve raspberry crops, as an ongoing study by Washington State University small fruits horticulturalist…

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…
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