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Welcome to Green Times! For over 30 years, Washington State University has been at the forefront of sustainable and organic agriculture education, innovation, and research. WSU scientists provided some of the first direct evidence of the nutritional value of organically grown food and are leaders in calling for changes in the way Americans practice agriculture. […]

WSU Soil Scientist Leads Expert Panel’s Call for ‘Transforming U.S. Agriculture’

Changes in markets, policies and science needed for more sustainable farming PULLMAN, Wash.—A group of leading scientists, economists and farmers is calling for a broad shift in federal policies to speed the development of farm practices that are more economically, socially, and environmentally sustainable.

Research on Phytochemicals Continues for a Second Year

PULLMAN, Wash. — Research on the benefits of phytochemicals in apples and raspberries will expand to include other major Washington crops, continuing a project that a Washington State University scientist began last year. Bernd M. Lange, assistant professor in WSU’s Institute of Biological Chemistry, spearheaded the research project, beginning in the fall of 2007, with […]

Scientific American Publishes Sustainable Ag Article by WSU Regents Professor Reganold

PULLMAN, Wash. – Alternatives to traditional tillage practices in agriculture are the topic of an article by Washington State University Regents Professor John Reganold and Pullman-based USDA Agricultural Research Service scientist David Huggins published in the July issue of Scientific American. The article is Reganold’s third for Scientific American. Titled “No-Till: The Quiet Revolution,” the […]

MEDIA ADVISORY: WSU Viticulture and Enology Experts, Ag Dean, Available for Interviews

WALLA WALLA, Wash. – Washington State University viticulture and enology experts Carolyn Ross, assistant professor of food science, and John Reganold, Regents Professor of soil science, will be in Walla Walla May 29. Together with Dan Bernardo, dean of the WSU College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences and interim director of WSU’s program […]