State Sen. Chapin Rose said there’s potential for Decatur, Ill., to be at the center of a new $20 billion biotechnology industry.
Washington Grain Commission board member Dana Herron looks at the big picture.
The long-term goal is to develop a whole-grain analyzer to test wheat at grain elevators.
Answers to some frequently asked questions about falling numbers.
Record global wheat production and “huge” world stocks that are growing faster than demand will continue to depress commodity prices, Washington State University economist Randy Fortenbery says.
Idaho Power paid nearly $2 million in irrigation efficiency incentives in 2016.
The Idaho Crop Improvement Association has zero tolerance for ring rot, rejecting any seed lots in which the disease is found.
Water acidity, minerals and suspended solids can all have a negative effect on the efficacy of pesticides.
Two potatoes that will be released by the Tri-State Potato Breeding Program in the Northwest should help growers cope with losses of effective fumigants, due to their strong resistance to diseases.
Chef and Oregon Potato Commission public member Leif Benson continues his quest to explore and capitalize on taste to build markets.
The Colorado Department of Agriculture is also working on the world’s first government-produced manual on how to grow marijuana.
Growers will learn several management techniques during a soil health workshop Feb. 16 in Spokane Valley and Feb. 17 in Walla Walla, Wash.