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USDA approves Washington’s picks for crop grants
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USDA approves Washington’s picks for crop grants
USDA officially awards specialty crop grants to 20 Washington projects

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Washington hemp pioneer has crop, but needs market
Washington hemp pioneer has crop, but needs market
After one summer, Washington's industry already at a crossroad
Australian researcher to discuss dryland wheat farming
Australian researcher to discuss dryland wheat farming
Australian wheat researcher James Hunt is intrigued by farmers raising wheat in the Horse Heaven Hills, one of the driest regions in the world for wheat production.
Chickpea acreage continues to soar, with prices ticking up
Chickpea acreage continues to soar, with prices ticking up
U.S. acreage totaled 603,000 in 2017, up from 325,000 in 2016.
Early apple volumes, prices strong
Early apple volumes, prices strong
Washington’s Gala, Honeycrisp and Golden Delicious apple crops picked out more than expected and early prices are stronger than a year ago.
WSDA finds more salmonella in dairy’s raw milk
WSDA finds more salmonella in dairy’s raw milk
Follow-up tests find more salmonella at Washington raw milk dairy
Scientists pursue new test as part of falling number research
Scientists pursue new test as part of falling number research
The Washington Grain Commission approves a $150,000 research project at Washington State University to get closer to a genetic solution to falling number.
Washington Farm Bureau: Nixing coal dock bad omen
Washington Farm Bureau: Nixing coal dock bad omen
Washngton Farm Bureau CEO criticizes Ecology's stance on exporting coal
Inspection finds maintenance flaws at Cooke salmon net pens
Cooke’s salmon farms accidentally released tens of thousands of non-native Atlantic salmon into Puget Sound.
Agri Aide fined 105K for alleged ag worker hiring violations
State officials have fined an agriculture company in Othello $105,000 for allegedly violating required conditions in hiring farm workers
Labor contractor fined $105,000 for no license
The Washington Department of Labor & Industries has levied its largest fine against a labor contractor for allegedly operating without a license. The $105,000 fine is based on a history of prior violations.

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