The $1 million grant will help identify and improve varieties of the nutrition-packed crop that can be adopted by American farmers.
WSU scientists have figured out a way to treat raspberries before they’re frozen so that they maintain their structure when thawed.
Blauer, a new post-harvest potato physiologist at WSU, plans to partner with agronomy experts to ensure the potato industry’s environmental footprint is small while still producing a profitable and tasty product.
The lavishly illustrated book by WSU horticulturalist Linda Chalker‑Scott recently won the 2020 Award of Excellence in Gardening and Gardens from the Council on Botanical and Horticultural Libraries.
Georgia Aquarium ecologist Lisa Hoopes will give the Halver Lecture in Comparative Nutrition, hosted by WSU’s Department of Animal Sciences.
WSU researchers are working to develop a nutrient formula for yeast that could make fermentation easier and more predictable for cider-makers.
A new agricultural innovation from WSU may solve an ancient predicament: how to protect crop plants from cold damage at bud break.
Participating scientists will develop prototypes including a robot for pruning and harvesting pears, a precision sprayer for fruit crops, and new sensors and algorithms to collect data on fruit crops.
The new Ruth Wylie Head House serves as a workspace and research hub for discoveries improving soil health and regional agriculture.
A Washington State University researcher is part of a large team that announced the genome sequence for switchgrass, a major bioenergy crop.