Onion growers in southwestern Idaho and eastern Oregon haven't had near the pressure from iris yellow spot virus this year as they did in 2013. Industry experts say that could have something to do with farmers spraying earlier and more often in 2014.
The company president, Mike Knobel, says the fire started with an explosion outside the building in an area used for air filtration.
The decision came under terms of a 2012 emergency water plan, and after consulting with tribes, irrigators and other agencies.
Congressmen recently blasted the U.S. Department of Labor for coercing farmers with its "hot goods" authority.
A $40,000 grant obtained by the Idaho-Eastern Oregon Onion Committee will be used to market and promote the big bulb onions grown in this area in Mexico and Latin America. The grant will fund in-store promotions and three trade missions over a two-year...
Wyden is promoting a bill that would dedicate natural disaster funds to pay for the most expensive fires. He said he will also push for Senate passage of President Obama’s request for $615 million in additional wildfire suppression funding this...
A Willamette Valley, Ore., company has built an innovative business in harvesting and processing squash seed.
Firefighters make progress is wrestling wildfires under control.
While Eastern Oregon farmers are facing one of the tightest ever water years in their area this season, field trials at Oregon State University's Malheur County experiment station are showing that camelina could be a source of income for growers when...
The largest wildfire in the nation, the Buzzard Complex, is 98 percent contained after burning 618 square miles of rangeland about 45 miles southeast of Burns.
Robertson, 70, said he is retiring because of his age and the health of his son.
The Great Oregon Steam-up returns to its Brooks, Ore., home base for another run.
Portland's New Seasons Markets will carry chicken labelel non-GMO.
How is hot weather affecting local agriculture?