By Seth Truscott, College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences PROSSER, Wash. — The first scientific expo at Washington State University’s Prosser research station hailed advances made in central Washington by scholars from around the globe.
PROSSER – Apple growers will learn new integrated pest management practices to help them develop sustainable and effective pest management programs in the wake of the phase out of azinphos-methly at a Pest Management Transition Project field day scheduled at 3 p.m., Thursday, May 28, at Oasis Farms/C&M Orchards on West Evans Road, northeast of Prosser. […]
Women in India sell vegetables for a living as well as shop for vegetables for their families. (Photo by Naidu Rayapati) PULLMAN – Naidu Rayapati, a plant virologist at the WSU Prosser Irrigated Agriculture Research and Extension Center, and his colleagues from other institutions received a team award for international work at the 6th International […]
PROSSER – WSU now features the largest experimental, noncommercial winemaking facility in the Pacific Northwest. The research winery, which is located at the WSU Irrigated Agriculture Research and Extension Center in Prosser, has a production capacity of about 5,000 gallons. The new facility was designed by enologists James Harbertson and Kerry Ringer, scientists in the […]