Wengui Yan admitted that he traveled with the Chinese delegation to an Arkansas rice farm and knew they would have an opportunity to steal seeds.
Questions linger about what to do with an Oregon State University agricultural facility that was clo
Hiroshi Morihara of Gresham, Ore., is ready to license a biomass fuel technology that could reduce t
A grower experimenting with early planting of winter canola has found nematode populations were erad
A University of Idaho researcher is part of a team offering free access to analytical satellite maps they expect will be used by growers throughout the world.
A southwestern Idaho fruit researcher is reporting positive results among the large number of alternative fruit crops he is experimenting with to see if they can be grown economically in Idaho.
Soybeans with improved flow of nitrogen may help lead to improved plant productivity and reduce nitrogen fertilizer use, says a Washington State University researcher.
Washington, ranking second to California in production of specialty crops, is receiving $4.3 million in USDA specialty crop block grants.
The USDA Agricultural Research Service Western Wheat Quality Lab in Pullman, Wash., is experimenting with soft durum wheat. Lab director Craig Morris has high hopes for the wheat.
A seventh-grade class in Pocatello is helping USDA assess heirloom oat varieties for their ability to germinate in cold conditions.
Cooling tomatoes below 54 degrees stops them from making some of the substances that contribute to their taste, according to researchers.
The company is working on proof that the tempered glass panels are strong enough and have enough traction to handle motor vehicles, including semitrailers.
The teams will have a year or so to demonstrate their techniques in laboratories and compete for the first $5 million in prize money.
Plots of different alfalfa varieties planted side-by-side at the University of California Kearney Agriculture and Research Center allow for comparison over the growing season.