Lynne Carpenter-Boggs

Symposium to Present Opportunities and Challenges in Dryland Organic Agriculture

YAKIMA, Wash. – In association with the 2011 Washington Tilth Producers Conference, Washington State University has organized a special, day-long symposium for those interested in exploring the challenges and opportunities of organic agriculture in dryland ecosystems. This symposium is slated for Nov. 11 at the Yakima Convention Center.

Methyl Bromide Alternatives, Raspberries

WSU Researchers Investigate Alternatives to Methyl Bromide Safe, cheap, and effective alternatives for methyl bromide, long sought by nursery seedling growers and other farmers, may be on the horizon. Ongoing research at Washington State University into antifungal plant species and a diagnostic test could help growers phase out their use of methyl bromide, a soil […]

Golf Course Class Room, Anerobic Disgestors Get Small

New WSU Course Fits Academic Needs to a Tee WSU’s newest academic facility features the largest state-of-the-science classroom and laboratory on campus — 315 acres large to be exact. It also has 18 holes and a pro shop. Palouse Ridge Golf Club, nestled among the rolling hills of the Palouse Prairie in eastern Washington, was […]