A Wisconsin company is looking at making biofuel from ag residues such as corn stover and wheat straw.
Researchers at the University of California-Davis are trying out a natural fertilizer made from food
A West Texas meat science professor is cloning cattle to attain top USDA beef grading status, but is
Farmers are deploying bees as a new line of defense, exploiting elephants’ documented fear of bee stings.
A planned $90 million project near Parma in southwestern Idaho will use sorghum produced by local farmers to create paper products for the food industry. It will also use cow and other agricultural waste to create biogas and fertilizer products.
Speakers at a biochar conference at Oregon State University extol the technology's application to agriculture.
University of Idaho researchers are studying weed control and yield in conventiona tillage, strip tillage and direct seed in dry beans.
A repeat trial on Basagran in dry beans by University of Idaho researchers this summer is showing some inconsistency with earlier trials.
A new national alfalfa checkoff program will provide funds for public research into the nation's third most valuable crop.
Drone companies show off their unmanned vehicles to farmers at first Ag Drone Rodeo.
A climate researcher with the Union of Concerned Scientists sees an opportunity for farmers to fight climate change by improving their soil health and keeping grassland intact.
In real-world settings, a class of pesticides known to harm honey bees poses little risk, WSU researchers say.
A Clovis, Calif.-based group has received a $50,000 specialty crop grant from the USDA to coordinate crop research on olive oil, whose domestic production has nearly tripled in the last decade.
By counting blossoms rather than more ripe fruit, yield can be estimated earlier.