Potato psyllids, which spread the bacteria that causes zebra chip disease in potato fields, have been discovered in Oregon commercial fields.
A bill that would increase government scrutiny of bike trails on Oregon farmland has died in a Senate committee after previously winning by a strong margin in the House.
It's not a done deal, but Washington State University is working on a contract to hire the manager o
Researchers are planning two three-day workshop on integrated pest management.
The Kearney Agricultural Research and Extension center in Parlier, Calif., is celebrating its 50th anniversary by creating a time capsule that will be opened at its centennial celebration in 2065. Scientists are envisioning how studies will be done a...
Biopesticides that disrupt how genes are expressed offer a new way to fight specific insects, but critics fear unintended effects.
Washington State University Extension hosts a field day May 20 near Ritzville, Wash., to provide ranchers with an update on efforts to remove the weeds lupine and medusahead from rangeland.
Partnerships with private industry have allowed the Unviersity of Nebraska’s agriculture research to grow while public dollars to support it have shrunk
Andy Hulting gives his presentation on weed control in grass seed at Oregon State University’s Hyslop Farm Field Day May 27 in Corvallis. He will be among many presenters during the event.
Washington State University is continuing to consider Jim McFerson, manager of the Washington Tree Fruit Research Commission, for the directorship of the WSU Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center. A decision may be made next week.
The researchers said a combination of mites, poor nutrition and pesticides are to blame for the bee deaths.
The controversy over an Oregon canola bill is continuing in the Senate now that the House has passed the legislation.
A Penn State Extension educator will take the WSU Extension tree fruit specialist job in Wenatchee, Nov. 1.
Screw caps have moved from the cheapest wines to higher-priced offerings, as winemakers seek to avoid a problem called cork taint.