The instrument helps researchers understand the metabolome of the plant so they can identify the bio markers that say whether a variety will possess attributes that are valuable to farmers.
Economic losses to the Pacific Northwest wheat industry from low falling number test scores in 2016
Officials are considering releasing genetically modified mosquitoes in Houston as part of the fight against the insects known to carry diseases such as the Zika virus
A researcher at the University of Sao Paulo, arrived in Peoria in November to spend a year working on the framework of a method to separate soluble sugars and non-starch fiber from banana puree using non-toxic additives and microwave or ultrasound technology.
Sometimes, Stuart Lane's fields are like Forrest Gump's box of chocolates
Growing up on a farm, Jessye Wojtusik occasionally milked pigs and cows. The gentle squeezing motion wasn’t that different with a mother hippo.
The Organic Farming Research Foundation has developed an extensive report on challenges in organic farming, as well as recommendations to address those challenges, to ensure research funding is relevant and responsive to the needs of organic farmers.
Oregon State and Oregon Tilth set out to identify what’s keeping organic production from matching demand.
Oregon is known for its wine grapes, but research at Oregon State University showed table grapes might have a place as well.
Washington wheat farmers are surveying their fields and wondering about the extent of damage caused by snow mold.
The $20 million research project was designed to enhance the sustainability of cereal production systems in the inland Pacific Northwest.
Bacon, soda and too few nuts are among eating habits that new research links with a big portion of U.S. deaths from common causes
Kernza was domesticated from intermediate wheatgrass at the Land Institute, based in Salina, Kansas.