USDA has deregulated a Russet Burbank potato from J.R. Simplot's second-generation Innate line, which utilizes biotechnology.
The farmer expects to harvest about 1,000 pounds of hops this year, but that’s just a fraction of what he and his partners hope to grow in the coming seasons.
Agricultural and food products are Oregon's third largest export sector, and experts believe it will
Growers see promise in peas as a rotation crop with wheat, though finding buyers has been a challeng
Washington State University extension specialist Ryan Higginbotham rounds up what farmers might consider before deciding which wheat varieties to plant.
A re-introduced herbicide that helps dry bean growers fight the troublesome nightshade weed has so far not been as widely adopted as distributors and the company that makes it had hoped it would be.
A new REIT is looking to buy up $300 million of farm properties in the Northwest and the South.
Hemp could become an option on the acreages where tobacco once dominated, a Kentucky extension agent says.