Going with the Flow, Beautiful Vineyards, Wine Cruise

Going with the Flow Viticulture researchers at WSU’s Irrigated Agriculture Research and Extension Center in Prosser are going with the flow – the inflow via phloem and xylem, and the outflow via transpiration and xylem backflow, that is. The woody xylem is an essential part of a plant’s plumbing. It’s through the xylem that water […]

WSU Plant Pathologist Honored by Peers, Recognized for Extension Excellence

Gary Grove, Washington State University professor of plant pathology, will receive the American Phytopathological Society Excellence in Extension Award. Grove will be recognized at a special ceremony during the annual meeting of the APS in Nashville, Tenn. in August.

New Vineyard Will Advance WSU Viticulture Research

PROSSER, Wash. – Washington State University viticulture researchers have received contributions from the wine and grape industry to fund a new eight acre research vineyard to be planted this spring near the Irrigated Agriculture Research and Extension Center in Prosser. Markus Keller, professor of viticulture, pointed out that, “Currently, our research vineyards are small and […]