University of Idaho is working to fill the positions of two retiring agricultural faculty members and has made an offer to an internal candidate to head its Tetonia Research and Extension Center.
A Minnesota farmer is working with researchers to use field tile not only to drain his fields in the
The director of the Idaho Department of Commerce is trying to unite the state's technology and agric
Bill Buhrig, a crop agent with Oregon State University's Malheur County extension office in Ontario,
Idaho State University has obtained a sizable grant through the Idaho Global Entrepreneurial Mission to research how to diagnose crop diseases in potatoes and sugar beets using drones.
Researchers in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming plan to put satellite transmitters on 19 of the ground nesting curlews.
The first legal commercial flight of an unmanned aerial vehicle for agricultural purposes in Southern Idaho took place April 22 at Bitner Vineyards near Caldwell. Representatives of several Idaho farm commodities were on hand for the demonstration.
It’s standard CDC procedure with all new flu viruses to begin looking at creating a human vaccine.
Honeybees didn’t show the significant ill effects that wild cousins like bumblebees did.
If the USDA decides the vaccine is necessary to stop avian influenza, it will provide that seed strain to drug manufacturers.
The manager of a state tree fruit research commission pitches himself to faculty he would oversee if he becomes director of the Washington State University Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center.
Researchers and members of the wheat industry say more information is needed after a preliminary study suggests that some patients with celiac disease may have a syndrome similar to ALS.
John Foltz, dean of University of Idaho's College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, met with more than 30 people in Caldwell April 16 during an informal "coffee with the dean" meeting. Foltz said UI would be open to partnering with BYU-Idaho on some...
The Idaho State Department of Agriculture received 22 requests for specialty crop grant funds this year, 16 fewer than last year's record number.