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Tech company gearing up for harvest interest
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Tech company gearing up for harvest interest
Spokane agriculture technology company 2nd Sight Bioscience sold 50 of its automated harvest weighing stations for this coming season.

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Idaho quinoa buyer outgrowing processing facility
Idaho quinoa buyer outgrowing processing facility
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Farmers return to N. Dakota to expand their opportunities
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Chickpea seed supply coming up short
Chickpea seed supply coming up short
Increased market demand and low grain prices mean a shortage on chickpea seeds.
Wheat variety list adds 15 new options
Wheat variety list adds 15 new options
Pacific Northwest wheat organizations are releasing their annual preferred variety brochure.
Domestic interest growing in PNW hard red spring wheat
Domestic interest growing in PNW hard red spring wheat
The Washington Grain Commission hopes to tap into growing interest from domestic mills for high-protein hard red spring wheat produced in the Pacific Northwest.
Little Goose Dam navigation lock repairs delayed
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Wet weather delaying planting in much of Idaho
Wet weather delaying planting in much of Idaho
Idaho farmers from Twin Falls through Eastern Idaho anticipate delays in planting spring crops, near the end of a cold and wet winter.
General Mills boosts perennial grain Kernza
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Idaho lawmakers could soon be asked to change law on hemp
Idaho lawmakers could soon be asked to change law on hemp
Some people are trying try to convince Idaho lawmakers to make it legal to grow industrial hemp in the state for research.

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