The U.S. Potato Board has funded development of a tool to help retailers understand how fluctuations in potato prices may affect demand.
The Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival near Woodburn, Ore., gets an early boost from spring-like weather.
Seco, like so many Central Appalachian communities, owes its existence to coal — its name is an acronym for South East Coal Company. But as mining wanes, officials are looking for something to replace the traditional jobs and revenues.
A group of Idaho seed potato growers sees opportunity to establish a new market in Algeria, where th
The March 1 inventory of hops is slightly down but acreage is expected to keep growing this year as the craft brewing industry drives demand.
A warm winter has increased the chances of strawbreaker foot rot impacting wheat appearing, a Washington State University Extension plant pathologist says.
An unmanned helicopter shows promise in spraying pesticides across uneven terrain, like vineyards.
Regulations for drones are still pending but commercial operators are eager to operate.
Precision agriculture faces constraints as more devices compete for wireless bandwidth, experts say.
Farmers received expert advice on growing blueberries at Oregon State University's recent Blueberry School in Corvallis, Ore.
The U.S. Potato Board has approved a proposal to match industry donations to buy salad bars for school cafeterias.
Myths about organic farming are easily dispelled, experts say.
An Oregon nonprofit that connects startups with university researchers and funding has found a focus in agricultural technology.
About a dozen farmers scattered across Eastern Idaho are experimenting with quinoa as a rotation option, and the businessman who is contracting for the acres has three Idaho-specific quinoa varieties in development.