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Weather, Grapes, Undergrads in Labs

WSU’s AgWeatherNet Team Tests State-of-the-Art Weather Prediction Model for Freeze Events Washington tree fruit growers are often at the mercy of Mother Nature when it…

Finish Your Wine – WSU Researchers Explore White Wine Finish

Food science, said Emily Goodstein, was “the perfect marriage” between two things she really loves: food and science. “Few people know that food science exists,…

Ste. Michelle Launches New Promotion to Support WSU Viticulture & Enology

After two years of raising funds for the WSU Viticulture and Enology Program through a fall restaurant promotion, Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery is launching a…

Wine Grapes, Christmas Trees, Pear Trees, Munchies

It’s a Fact Wine grapes are grown on more than 30,000 acres in the state. Approximately 18 million gallons of wine are produced in Washington…

Spuds, Barley, Beer & Wine

It’s a Fact According to the Washington Potato Commission, “The potato belongs to the family Solanaceae, and is known to scientists as Solanum tuberosum .…

Ag Economy, Wine Pricing and Potato Late Blight

It’s a Fact Agriculture is critical to Washington’s economic well-being. The state’s $29 billion food and agriculture industry contributes 13 percent to the state’s economy,…

Peas and Lentils, Woods, Wine and Wasps

It’s a Fact Every year, farmers on the Palouse Prairie grow 500 million pounds of dry peas and lentils, which are sent to more than…
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