Washington State University doesn't expect USDA APHIS to quarantine wheat ground where a species of cereal cyst nematode new to the United States was found in the spring, alleviating industry concerns. WSU associate dean Jim Moyer praised APHIS'...
A supplier of eggs to the trout industry is developing what appears to be a viable alternative to ho
Almond experts attribute much of the rising popularity of their commodity among consumers to health
The Washington Grain Commission donated $5 million to help Washington State University increase gree
Washington State University researcher Kulvinder Gill has found a key gene that will allow breeders to move traits from wild grass relatives into wheat varieties. Gill expects to focus on finding stripe rust and root disease resistance for wheat...
New alternatives will help Willamette Valley farmers overcome Septoria resistance to some fungicides, researchers say.
The steam heat kills the bacteria, and while it doesn’t cure the tree entirely of the disease, it does extend the tree’s lifespan, allowing a grower to harvest more fruit.
Syngenta is one of the big five global seed companies doing GMO and pesticide research and development in Hawaii. They are involved in a statewide and national debate over GMO crops.
Biotech moths may allow farmers to control pests without chemicals.
The Oregon Legislature's Emergency Board Wednesday approved $100,000 for Oregon State University's forage straw research
Oregon State University and the state's wheat commission have agreed on how royalties on OSU-developed wheat varieties will be split.
Animal rights groups want to stop an experiment that involves killing barred owls to help federally protected spotted owls.
Washington State University wheat researchers are working on two-gene herbicide resistance in wheat varieties to help farmers combat grassy weeds.
The findings put an edge on a research project to determine if canola can be grown without harming other Willamette Valley crops.