Washington Grain Commission

Public wheat breeders continue 130-year legacy of excellence

From the 1890s through today, WSU wheat breeders have kept Washington wheat competitive and adapted to our unique challenges.

Vogel and Allan- new wheat, historic photo

Partner-funded WSU Plant Growth Facility is paid off, paying forward

Now paid off, WSU’s expanded Plant Growth facility enables faster, more efficient breeding and more competitive new wheat varieties.

Japan millers tour PGF

Partners in advancing wheat, barley research for growers

  Continuing our ongoing partnership in support of Northwest grain growers, André-Denis Wright, Dean of the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences, joined members of the Washington Grain Commission in Spokane this month for their fall board meeting and lunch. In his first meeting with the full board since joining CAHNRS June 1, […]

Wright, left, and Bailey clasp hands in front of a screen reading "Washington Grain Commission."