The head nematologist for Scotland told Idaho growers why they should jump at the opportunity to eradicate pale cyst nematode in a quarantine area of Eastern Idaho.
Loren Honaas has been at the Agricultural Research Service Tree Fruit Rearch Laboratory in Wenatchee
Researchers say they’ve accurately detected potato virus Y using cameras mounted on drones.
Harvest assist platforms where apple pickers still pick into bags work better for fast apple pickers than conveyor systems, a WSU tree fruit expert says.
Monsanto has entered a global licensing agreement to use new gene-editing technology.
A Washington State University cherry researcher talks about spray pollination, withholding water from cherry trees before harvest and hand and mechanical pruning.
A longer stretch of cold temperatures may hold Spotted Wing Drosophila in check on Central Washington cherries this year and may hinder Little Cherry Disease.
Researchers have developed a new perennial grain species, a combination of wheat and wheatgrass.
University of Idaho ag college dean Michael Parrella is moving ahead with an aggressive plan to upgrade the college’s agricultural research stations, increase enrollment and expand graduate student housing.
Western commercial drone companies say they’re preparing for growth, following a Federal Aviation Administration decision to relax remote-pilot standards.
University of Idaho’s College of Agricultural and Life Sciences seeks additional $1.85 million in state funding for graduate student housing, new farm equipment and major lab renovations.
Researchers have found jointed goatgrass resistant to Beyond herbicide in Eastern Washington.
The average temperature last year in the Lower 48 states was 54.9 degrees, nearly 3 degrees above the 20th Century average of 52.