The results of Idaho Crop Improvement Associaiton's annual winter grow-out in Hawaii show rates of potato virus Y have held relatively flat in Idaho seed, but seed samples have led to more confirmations of bacterial ring rot.
Two proposals to amend Idaho's animal cruelty law have been introduced in the Idaho Legislature and
USDA's Farm Service Agency and Natural Resources Conservation Service are both rolling out new progr
The Pacific Northwest Waterways Association is hailing a U.S. District Court judge's ruling in Seattle against arguments that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers didn't take the proper precautions when dredging the Lower Snake River in 2015.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Wildlife Services killed the wolves using a helicopter starting last week, and the wolf-control action has ended.
A provision in a pending rule that the Idaho Wheat Commission says would enable it to better educate growers has been approved in the Senate but rejected in the House.
The judge said in his ruling that the plaintiffs not only were wrong on the merits but lacked standing to bring a lawsuit.
Elk herds have been struggling in the remote country for nearly two decades.
The Idaho Wheat Commission has organized a workshop on direct seeding, scheduled for Feb. 24 in Idaho Falls.
Two past presidents of the Idaho and Oregon onion growers associations have been inducted into the groups' joint hall of fame together.
Gov. Butch Otter's proposed budget asks for an additional $1.8 million in agricultural research and extension funding. Almost all of that additional money would be related to payroll costs.
An Eastern Idaho farmer has experimented with no-till potatoes.
ISDA program manager tells pesticide applicators to prepare for the worst in a pesticide spill and expect the best.
Two cereal companies are partnering to market a promising new University of Idaho hard white spring variety.