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UI enters agreement to manage 10,400-acre Rock Creek Ranch
University of Idaho has reached an agreement with environmental groups to manage a 10,400-acre working conservation ranch in Southcentral Idaho.

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New UC citrus-funded lab to tackle huanglongbing
New UC citrus-funded lab to tackle huanglongbing
A new high-security laboratory funded by the citrus industry is being built near the University of California-Riverside to study the pathogen that causes the deadly tree disease huanglongbing.
Researchers share latest findings at potato field day in Hermiston
Researchers share latest findings at potato field day in Hermiston
The Hermiston Agricultural Research and Extension Center hosted its annual potato field day on Wednesday.
Breeder makes progress on new quinoa varieties
Breeder makes progress on new quinoa varieties
Washington State University's breeder is advancing his quinoa variety development.
Farmers worry who will control escaped genetically engineered bentgrass
Farmers worry who will control escaped genetically engineered bentgrass
Genetically engineered creeping bentgrass escaped from field trials near Malheur and Jefferson counties in 2003. Thirteen years later, some farmers in these areas are concerned that they will soon be left on the hook for controlling it.
Electrical trick may lead to less fat in chocolate
Researchers were able to reduce the amount of fat in chocolate by about 10 percent.
Researcher makes high-tech tools more valuable
Researcher makes high-tech tools more valuable
A southwestern Idaho researcher is using technology such as unmanned aerial vehicles and robotics to try to help farmers manage their crops while reducing input costs.
UI tests show good alternatives to metribuzin in spuds
UI tests show good alternatives to metribuzin in spuds
Trials at University of Idaho's Aberdeen Research & Extension Center aim to help potato growers better utilize the limited number of herbicides labeled for their crop.
WSU wheat breeders named Vogel chair
WSU wheat breeders named Vogel chair
Washington State University wheat breeders Arron Carter and Mike Pumphrey will share the Washington Grain Commission's Vogel Endowed Chair position for wheat breeding and genetics.
George Waldo left Oregon a legacy of sweetness
George Waldo left Oregon a legacy of sweetness
Oregon's berry evangelist laid the groundwork for what has become an industry nationally known for high quality and with an annual farmgate value of $200 million.
Malaria-proof mosquito? High-tech tool promising
Advisers to the government say lots more research is needed on so-called "gene drives."

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