An Eastern Idaho farmer has experimented with no-till potatoes.
Two cereal companies are partnering to market a promising new University of Idaho hard white spring
Kimberly Rodrigues, now the director of the University of California's Hopland Research and Extensio
A sustainable production program run by Thresher Artisan Wheat and Syngenta continues to contribute
A Univeristy of Idaho cereals pathologist anticipates challenges in Eastern Idaho grain crops with barley yellow dwarf virus, Fusarium headblight and stripe rust.
Scouting for signs of the tiny twospotted spider mite could prevent potential yield losses of 80 percent in dry beans.
CIMMYT researcher Ravi Singh will be in the United States to be recognized as a Fellow by the American Association for the Advancedment of Science in Washington, D.C., for his work in wheat genetics, pathology and breeding.
University of Idaho's pale cyst nematode program director says results of a field trial assessing alternative approaches to ridding fields of the damaging, quarantined pest were encouraging, but control was better in a greenhouse setting.
Idaho's 200 Bushel Club has some new research results demonstrating the wisdom of growers who take their time at planting.
The authors said their findings should be viewed as “hypothesis-generating rather than confirmatory” and more research is needed.
A University of Idaho Extension soils scientist has issued her first recomendations from a planned eight-year study on how crops and soil respond to manure applications.
The Idaho State Department of Agriculture has requested funding to dispose of hay containing traces of methyl bromide and to research other crop options for growers in the pale cyst nematode program who had fields treated with bromide.
Clearing fuels from forest floors can improve tree health and slow the spread of wildfire, but managers must also factor in projects' impacts on species that prefer a dense forest for habitat, University of California scientists conclude in a report.
Washington State University recently released an extension bulletin about a decade-long "living snow fence" acting as a windbreak north of Davenport, Wash.