John Foltz, dean of University of Idaho's College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, met with more than 30 people in Caldwell April 16 during an informal "coffee with the dean" meeting. Foltz said UI would be open to partnering with BYU-Idaho on some...
The Idaho State Department of Agriculture received 22 requests for specialty crop grant funds this year, 16 fewer than last year's record number.
HoneyComb, the drone manufacturing company based in Wilsonville, was started by three young entrepre
The introduction of the Brazilian jumping plant lice won’t cause further environmental havoc, biologists assure. They say the insect is so finicky it won’t attack other plants.
A Washington State University researcher has found that when two parasites infect calves in East Africa at the same time, it renders them less deadly.
The manager of a state tree fruit research commission, funded by and representing private industry, is looking at also directing WSU's Tree Fruit Research and Extension Center.
U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., is asking for continued support of the federal Agricultural Research Service centers in Pendleton and Corvallis.
University of Idaho led first tour of the state's potato industry for graduate students studying crop research.
A Washington State University researcher wants to explore possible production of the weed prickly lettuce to make rubber.
A Benton County ballot measure would prohibit genetically engineered organisms and grant legal rights to soil, plants and water.
A University of Idaho researcher has updated a catalog of biocontrols and biocontrol releases after 16 years.
Two new Oregon State University administrators make a tour Extension Service facilities.
Cancer-fighting pink pineapples, heart-healthy purple tomatoes and less fatty vegetable oils are among the genetically modified foods likely to arrive in grocery stores in the coming years.
A World Health Organization report linking glyphosate to cancer gets a blistering response from agricultural and medical experts.