Seth Truscott, College of Agricultural, Human & Natural Resource Sciences PULLMAN, Wash. – A Washington State University team has set out to digitally model how every known gene interacts with every other gene – in plants, animals, insects and people.
By Eric Sorensen, WSU science writer PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University researchers say the popularity of bamboo landscaping could increase the spread of hantavirus, with the plant’s prolific seed production creating a population boom among seed-eating deer mice that carry the disease.
Mr. Potato Head celebrates with Rhett Spear, a Ph.D. horticulture student at Washington State University, who landed a $10,000 scholarship for his research on potatoes. Photo by Shelly Hanks, WSU Photo Services. PULLMAN, Wash. – When Rhett Spear first saw the message emailed to him from Washington, D.C., he figured it was a […]
PULLMAN – Gardening celebrity Ed Hume will dispense advice, sell his signature seed packets and sign his gardening books from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the annual WSU Horticulture Club’s Mom’s Weekend Plant Sale on Sunday, April 13. The plant sale runs from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m., and will take place in the […]
Photos/article by David Arseneault, WSU Intern (WSU Junior Jessie Schneider, left and Senior Jared Hemmer, right are searching for the perfect plant) Can’t think of anything to give your special valentine, the horticulture club is working to keep you out of the dog house. From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Thursday, the club is selling a […]
The Washington State University Horticulture Club and the WSU Arboretum Committee continued an annual tradition this morning by planting a tree to honor WSU’s 2007 graduating seniors. The tree was planted at the WSU Arboretum east of Hulbert Hall and north of the Lewis Alumni Centre. The tree chosen to honor this year’s graduates was a White Oak (Quercus […]
Interested in growing grapes and producing wine? Learn how online. Washington State University Extension will offer its first on-line viticulture certificate program beginning Feb. 7.This distance-learning viticulture program will provide basic as well as applied information required for the production of high-quality grapes and wines in Washington state.“Individuals who complete this certificate program will acquire the necessary […]
No matter where you stand on the issues this election year, one thing rises out of the rhetoric — even in our small Northwest towns, we are undeniably living in a global society. If you’re not quite sure about that, consider the heart of Washington’s apple industry, where great upheaval and change have occurred over […]