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.
Northwest Fruit Exporters and the Northwest Horticultural Council are working toward joint operation
Senate sends over bill to ensure a farmer who saves water doesn't lose water right
The farm labor association WAFLA has brought workers from Mexico to Idaho for the first time by air
Cindy Cooper, plants services program manager at Washington State Department of Agriculture
Investigators are trying to determine why the wheat elevator gave way.
Washington now has 115 wolves, up 28 percent from last year, but not much closer to recovery
Repairs at the Little Goose Dam navigation lock, originally delayed from March 20 to March 27, have now been pushed back another week. Randy Olstad, general manager of Columbia Grain, says the additional delay is fine as long as the U.S. Army Corps of...
Washington wolf email flap
WDFW floats new way of counting wolf depredations
Winter storms from Jan. 30 through Feb. 22 produced high winds, heavy snowfall, ice accumulation and significant rainfall.
Reallocating dollars and encouraging shippers to use the Washington apple logo more overseas to build brand identity are two ways the Washington Apple Commission is trying to heighten promotions in an increasingly competitive global market.
Activists are harshly critical of the M-44 cyanide devices, which they say are extremely dangerous and kill indiscriminately.
Pacific Northwest farmers diversify to deal with wheat prices that are a dollar or more below the cost of production.