June 12: Weed Science Field Tour

People standing in a field on the Palouse in Eastern Washington.
Participants take part in a previous Weed Science Field Tour.

PULLMAN, Wash. — Washington State University hosts the 2024 Weed Science Field Tour from 1–5 p.m. on June 12 at research fields on the Palouse.

WSU scientists will lead discussions on weed management practices and talk about the status of current research projects they are working on.

Washington and Idaho pesticide recertification credits will be available for attendees.

The tour will start at the Palouse Conservation Field Station, approximately 1 mile west of Washington Highway 27 on Pullman Albion Rd.

A social hour will follow the tour from 5–6 p.m. at WSU’s RJ Cook Agronomy Farm, where the tour concludes.

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