WSU and UI experts will share advances in crop production and disease protection for Eastern Washington at farm field day in Davenport, Wash., June 26.
WSU virologist Hanu Pappu has dedicated his life to lessening the negative impacts of plant viruses. His contributions in phytomedicine have resulted in a prestigious Humboldt Research Award.
WSU potato experts will share the latest in disease defense, production advances and new varieties at the Potato Field Day near Othello.
Learn about the newest crop varieties and practices for Washington’s drylands, and meet the new dean of CAHNRS, at the Lind Field Day, June 14.
New barley varieties, bred by WSU scientists, offer brewers and maltsters fresh alternatives and unique flavors.
Industry professionals rank WSU precision agriculture programs among top 25 in the world.
PULLMAN, Wash. – A team of WSU, OU and UI researchers have received a $3 million U.S. Department of Agriculture grant to help wheat and cereal farmers find sustainable farming practices in the face of climate change.
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.
The new methods, designed by WSU plant pathologists, are not only portable and fast, but utilize testing materials easily available to the public.