The Cook Endowed Chair was established in 1997 to deliver innovative research and teaching that benefits the state’s wheat growers.
The 2019 field day includes tours on improved growing practices, pest management, and a look at commercial seed trials.
Despite their ancient origins, pulse crops, such as dry peas, lentils and chickpeas, are enjoying renewed popularity as scientists and others evaluate options for feeding a growing global population.
Training adult grizzly bears to give blood turned out to be much easier than WSU graduate student Joy Erlenbach imagined.
A research team led by WSU Professor Hanu Pappu has used AI to predict a handful of likely proteins that a virus could attack in plants.
By dining on pests and reducing growers’ need to spray insecticides, earwigs are unappreciated predators that have important benefits for agriculture.
The agreement with Valdemar Family Wine Estates will provide new educational opportunities for international collaboration in the field of wine science.
Explore the latest tools and ideas in the fight against farm weeds at WSU’s 2019 Weed Science Field Tour, Wednesday, June 19, in Pullman.
Supported by a $1.4 million grant, WSU researchers are developing new eDNA techniques to reveal and understand endangered amphibians on military bases across the nation.
A team of WSU researchers is putting satellites and drones to work in the hunt for better wheat varieties to help feed a growing world more sustainably.