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UI Extension prioritizes forage in East Idaho
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UI Extension prioritizes forage in East Idaho
University of Idaho is asking Eastern Idaho Extension educators to increase their focus on forage production.

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Researchers give dry farming a try
Researchers give dry farming a try
As drought continues across the West, farming without irrigation may be an option for some producers.
Washington pea trials suffer from heat
Washington pea trials suffer from heat
Washington State University's pea trials suffered because of heat and drought this seaon. But WSU regional specialist Stephen Guy says farmers should still consider the crop for the benefits it brings to the soil.
University of Idaho researchers to conduct major dry bean study
A specialty crop grant awarded to the Idaho Bean Commission will allow University of Idaho researchers to conduct experiments aimed at developing weed management strategies for dry bean production.
Field day provides glimpse of how onion varieties fare against each other
About 100 onion growers and industry representatives attended the Oregon State University onion variety field day Aug. 25 to see how the valley's main onion varieties fared against each other.
University of Idaho, WSU get grant to map wildfire threats
The four-year grant will help researchers model where fires will burn the hottest and cause the most destruction in Washington, Oregon and Idaho.
Eastern Idaho reports strong quinoa yields
Eastern Idaho reports strong quinoa yields
A businessman experimenting with quinoa in 14 Eastern Idaho fields says yields and quality have exceeded expectations this season.
WSU develops carcass calculator
Washington State University has developed a "carcass calculator" app to help ranchers predict the price they'll receive for their meat.
New regional bean group will apply for federal grant dollars
A newly formed regional bean research consortium will apply for a significant amount of federal grant money available for multi-state specialty crop groups.
UC research leader seeks new ways to expand grower opportunities
UC research leader seeks new ways to expand grower opportunities
Glenda Humiston, the University of California's new vice president in charge of agriculture and natural resources, plans to work on enhancing growers' economic opportunities in the 21st century.
Researcher tries to reduce cattle feed costs with onion slurry
An Oregon State University researcher is studying whether onion slurry can be used to help reduce cattle producers' winter feed costs. If successful, the project could also benefit the onion industry in Eastern Oregon and Southwestern Idaho.