Researchers have more than 100 confirmed cases, most all of them on the West Coast and some isolated cases in Vermont and New York.
Researchers at Kansas State University have been trying to determine whether the steaks and hamburge
Students would be able to work at the “vertical farming” facility to gain training and eventually earn related degrees from the college.
Biotech developers may have a duty to prevent export disruptions from GMO crops, even if the product
Idaho farm industry leaders are happy with University of Idaho's decision to appoint Michael Parrella as the new dean of the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences.
As prospects of back-to-back drought years loom, Washington State University offers ways for growers to save irrigation water.
Washington State University will toast the opening of its plant growth facility with an invitation-only ceremony Oct. 17. WSU associate dean and WSU Extension director Rich Koenig said the ceremony will honor a three-way partnership between the...
The USDA is considering requiring permits for growing biotech wheat, which is more rigorous than the current system of notifying the agency of field trials.
Scientists look at new ways to produce better corn and soybean crops, study soil fertility and management and monitor water quality.
A plant-stress sensor developed by researchers at the University of California-Davis promises to help growers further enhance their irrigation efficiency.
Litchi tomato, an exotic plant that's being planted under a special permit with the Idaho State Department of Agriculture for biological control of pale cyst nematode, has been found outside of its intended field.
Farmers are reporting large improvements in soil health by linking together a host of practices intended to mimic nature and add diversity to their cropping systems.
A scientist says farming applications for drones include outfitting unmanned aircraft with the robotic capabilities to collect insect samples or set traps.
Nik Wiman is expected to invest about 80 percent of his time on hazelnuts, with the remaining 20 percent focused on tree fruits and other orchard nut crops.