The beer-making equipment is part of the company’s 1-year-old, 24,000-square-foot facility called the Innovation Center, the latest chapter for an enterprise that started a century ago when Washington, D.C., merchant John I. Haas first started...
The USDA and university researchers are testing a sprayer that dramatically cuts pesticide use and d
Experts advise Idaho potato growers to take precautions for late blight due to extremely wet weather
Scientists favor tobacco plants because they grow quickly and their biology is well understood.
University of Idaho's newest research center, located near Salmon, is opening a new facility to test supplement intake of groups of livestock in a pasture setting.
The Potandon Produce subsidiary Sunrain Varieties LLC has announced several capital improvements to help the company conduct a seed development program in-house, rather than contracting with local seed growers for most of the work.
Crop experts worry recent rainfall in Southern and Eastern Idaho may lead to more volunteer plants to support aphids, which vector barley yellow dwarf virus.
The joint School of Food Science at Washington State University and University of Idaho is teaming up with Seoul National University in Korea to create a Center for Applied Food Safety and Processing. Interim director Barbara Rasco says the center will...
The potato industry is increasing its focus on potato mop-top virus and has proposed to include research on the tuber disease in a five-year, multi-state grant.
Barley mealy bug trials in Caribou County, Idaho, show insecticide treatments don't appear to be effective in a dry year.
In the past, scientists mainly focused on honeybees, but now they’re taking a look at more than 350 species of bees that call Minnesota home.
The researcher turned to using kites for his studies after the FAA deemed his research had a commercial purpose and sent a cease-and-desist letter in 2011.
The U.S. Potato Board will study the poorly understood food service industry in depth this fiscal year, leaders say.