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Washington State University will resume most of its field tour schedule in-person this year after canceling them last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

On behalf of Pendleton Grain Growers, Realty Marketing/Northwest is auctioning off PGG’s mostly vacant Pendleton facility for the reserve price of $1.995 million, a slight reduction from the c…

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Market watchers do see a positive impact from the trade deal, in effect since January of last year, but point out the COVID-19 pandemic has complicated matters.

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Idaho Rep. Mike Simpson has floated a $33.5 billion plan to boost salmon recovery, remove four dams on the lower Snake River and impose a 35-year moratorium on dam-related environmental litigation.

Grains Week, May 3-7, is hosted by the Culinary Breeding Network, Washington State University's Food Systems Program, Oregon State University, Cornell University, University of Wisconsin-Madis…

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“I’m sure you’re all kind of wondering why the hell I kicked the hornet’s nest,” Simpson, an Idaho Republican, said during a Food Producers of Idaho conference call.

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Northwest wheat farmers stand to benefit from a combination of global factors that have simultaneously boosted price and demand, according to one industry expert.

Wheat farmers this year won’t have a clear-cut choice between which federal crop insurance program will work best for them in the 2021-2022 marketing year, a small grains economist at Washingt…

Washington wheat growers will be monitoring their crops closely following a mid-February cold snap that brought low temperatures, wind and snow to the eastern portion of the state.

Washington State University’s winter wheat breeder, Arron Carter, recently provided a sneak peek at upcoming new varieties during a presentation for dryland farmers.

A Washington State University expert calls a new pesticide control for wireworms a 'game-changer.' Farmers haven't had an effective treatment for the pest since 2007, leaders say.

The U.S. government last week awarded contracts worth $26.5 million for the purchase and transport of 75,800 metric tons of soft white wheat to Yemen as food aid.

Washington State University's free soil health webinars, offered Jan. 11-14, will help farmers document improvements made when they change management practices, assistant professor Haiying Tao says.

High demand is expected for spring canola seed, says Karen Sowers, executive director of the Pacific Northwest Canola Association. Sowers says the market for the crop is "insatiable."

University of Minnesota researchers are working to increase yields on Kernza, a perennial intermediate wheatgrass in high demand, particularly on the organic market. Project leader James Ander…