Scientists design a genetically distinct variety of wheat that is safer for people with celiac disease, opening the door for new treatments and healing potential.
Agricultural professionals in Washington, Oregon and Idaho can learn the latest in soil health practices at the “Healthy Soils, Healthy Region Workshop,” March 12‑14 in Pendleton, Oregon.
The workshop will feature top experts on soil acidity, and soil health in Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho.
Priorities also include faculty and staff raises, funding for soil health initiative and new construction systemwide.
Soil health workshop designed for farmers and interested residents in Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho.
U.S. agriculture uses about a billion pounds of plastic annually, and much of that material ends up in landfills, rivers, oceans and even our food and beverages.
One‑fourth of the carbon held by soil is bound to minerals as far as six feet below the surface, a WSU researcher has found.
WSU potato experts will share the latest in disease defense, production advances and new varieties at the Potato Field Day near Othello.
Thomas Lumpkin wants to feed the world. A simple but incredibly challenging goal. Determined, Lumpkin has created agricultural innovations and held international leadership positions.
By Scott Weybright, College of Agriculture, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences
PROSSER, Wash. – Towering more than 40 feet high and able to hold more than 30,000 gallons of liquid, the enormous wine tanks at Four Feathers Wine Estates were an impressive and a little intimidating sight to area high school students.