Seeds and nuts will top the list of "what's in" when it comes to healthy eating in 2015. Kale, coconut products, Greek yogurt and avocados will also prevail. Consumers are also welcoming fat back into their diets, according to a survey of registered...
A University of California study has found that insecticide applications too close to the onion bloo
A diverse group trying to save the USDA sheep experiment station near Dubois, Idaho, has finalized a
A climate research group led by the University of Idaho holds its annual meeting March 3-6 in Moscow, Idaho.
Washington State University researchers have been given new grants to look at qualities of cider apples and effects of biodegradable mulches on fruit in separate studies.
The Idaho Barley Commission has received what some IBC members say is the best lineup of research funding requests in recent memory. But with IBC funding projected to be down this year, those requests will be scrutinized closely.
The dean of University of Idaho's College of Agricultural and Life Sciences explained to lawmakers Feb. 19 how state funding for the college is being used to help Idaho's farming sector.
The University of Idaho is researching the best opportunities for producers to access farmers' markets.
Researchers at Idaho State University and Montana State University collaborated on a project to use a quick blood test common in sports science to evaluate the disposition of livestock.
An organic greenhouse that raises plants from the waste of fish production hopes to expands its Pocatello operations.
With the new “SmartTrap,” about 99 percent of the insects collected are psyllids, which are no bigger than a pin. They can also be analyzed, allowing scientists to learn more about them and the disease they spread in orange groves.
Washington State University expects to have a grand opening for its new Wine Science Center in Richland in June. It's billed as one of the top wine research and educational facilities in the world.
The University of Idaho and sheep industry stakeholders have formed a committee to prepare a document for Congress outlining why the USDA Agricultural Research Servce U.S. Sheep Experiment Station in Dubois, Idaho, should remain open.
An expert on plant genetics explained to Idaho lawmakers what genetically modified organisms are Feb. 12 in a presentation designed to educate legislators about the sometimes controversial issue.