Advanced Hardwood Biofuels Northwest is three years into a five-year, $40 million project to produce a green alternative to petroleum fuel.
A University of Idaho researcher is experimenting with a new test for detecting potato pathogens.
An Iowa State University sociology professor who examined differences in opinion between climate scientists and farmers about climate change advises the scientists to focus more on on-farm solutions in their conversations with growers.
A University of California Cooperative Extension livestock and natural resources farm advisor since
A trial conducted on a Rupert farm suggests it may not be wise for potato growers to cut corners with fumigation.
A University of Idaho Extension irrigation specialist is working to demonstrate that drip irrigating pivot corners is a viable option to help corn silage growers expand their feed production.
For a second consecutive year, Idaho research to develop chemical program recommendations for zebra chip has yielded inconclusive results.
The USDA has done resurveys before, though never in so many states.
Researchers found about two dozen different ways — biologically, chemically and physically — that climate change worsens the oxygen depletion
A USDA researcher in Kimberly, Idaho, theorizes that corn may be phosphorus deficient in test plots following sugar beets because beets don't support beneficial mycorrhizae fungi.
Scientists with the USDA's Agricultural Research Service in Aberdeen, Idaho, have isolated a new genetic marker in barley associated with stripe rust disease resistance.
A University of California-Davis water policy expert asserts the Cooperative Extension should make better use of social media and partnerships with outside groups. Mark Lubell's conclusions come after studying 10 years of surveys of growers.
A Washington State University research scientist has identified a key reason for declining beet seed yields in the Skagit Valley — worn out soil.
Members of Greater Spokane Inc. attended the annual tour of Washington State University's agricultural programs in Pullman, Wash.