2nd Allan Plant Breeding Symposium April 17

Crop breeders from North Carolina and California will discuss their work at the second Robert E. Allan Plant Breeding Symposium on Monday, April 17 at 1 p.m. in Johnson Hall, Room C107.Jim Holland, a maize geneticist with the USDA Agricultural Research Service at North Carolina State, will discuss how genes interact at the molecular and […]

Sustainability in research and teaching

In any university you will find a mix of professors who either prefer research or instruction; once in a while you find someone who loves both. John Reganold, professor in the Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, balances this mix.Previous to his work at WSU, Reganold was in private industry. But he yearned to teach.His […]

Watermelon in western Washington

They have names like Baby Doll, Belle, Jubilee, Tiger Baby and Melitopolski.  Their fruit may be the traditional red, or they may be pink, yellow or orange.  They are varieties of icebox watermelon that are being field tested at Washington State University’s Vancouver Research and Extension Unit as a potential crop for Western Washington farmers.Next […]