James Rogers, 32, came up with the idea of putting a natural protective sheen on produce to keep it fresh.
Experienced license-holders are now looking more for clarification on individual regulations in 2017.
The agricultural equipment maker earned $1.97 per share for the period ended July 30, compared with $1.55 per share for the same period last year.
The research will address exactly the issues of concern to residents, accelerating research on susta
Many North Dakota ranchers are selling off cattle they can’t afford to feed, while others are searching for affordable hay.
Mike Flowers will become the new products supply manager for Limagrain Cereal Seeds.
Genetically engineered white clover is being field tested by a biotech developer to study improving forage digestibility in livestock.
A relatively new onion disease known as onion bulb rot, which was a major problem in the Treasure Valley region of Idaho and Oregon in 2014 and 2015, has not made an appearance so far this year and some people hope it was only a rare outbreak.
The ShakeAlert system could give people seconds or up to a minute of warning.
State officials have collected actively reproducing female gypsy moths for the first time in four decades
Idaho’s dry bean industry has high hopes for Patron, a new yellow bean variety developed by an Oregon State University researcher. Only about 2 percent of the dry beans grown in Idaho are yellows but industry leaders believe that could change with...
Tracking legal weed from the fields and greenhouses where it’s grown to the shops where it’s sold is their main protective measure so far.
Dan Arp counts collaboration as one of the hallmarks of his time at Oregon State University.
Dale Duwayne Buerkle of Plevna injected pesticide into calf carcasses intending to poison coyotes.