Washington State University is waiting for federal regulations to allow research of unmanned aerial vehicles in agricultural research says Ralph Cavalieri, associate vice president for alternative energy.
About 30 percent of 143 shrimp products bought from 111 vendors were not what the label said.
Data shows mixed results for manure applications before potatoes and sugar beets in the second year
An Oregon pollinator task force has completed a report to the state legislature with proposals to im
Microbes on farms with livestock are believed to stimulate stronger immune systems and make kids less likely to develop allergies.
An Idaho cereals pathologist wants to research why Idaho barley was free of the toxin associated with Fusarium headblight this season despite samples with high concentrations of the mold that causes the crop disease on barley chaff.
Creators of the atlas say the technology could help farmers produce enough food to support more than 9 billion people by 2050 while conserving water and other natural resources.
To help shape the Dietary Guidelines for Americans, U.S. commodity groups consider it a top priority to promote and advance science demonstrating the health attributes of their crops and products.
Washington State University doctoral student Matt Jones is looking for several farmers to help determine which farming practices are supporting dung beetle populations.
Although not yet approved by the Federal Aviation Administration for commercial use, an agricultural market for drones is developing already.