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A Washington State University search committee is narrowing the list of applicants to be the next dean of the agricultural college. Former Dean Andre-Denis Wright left in June to become provos…

ROSEBURG, Ore. — In his 21 years as the Oregon State University Extension Service horticulture agent for Douglas County, Steve Renquist has seen a major expansion of the area’s agricultural in…

Munts, 70, will retire Jan. 3 after more than 15 years as small farms and urban agriculture coordinator for Washington State University's Spokane County Extension. 


Companies developing protein products from animal cells favor labeling their goods “cultivated,” a description opposed by the National Cattlemen’s Beef Association.

Cereal Pest AID is a University of Idaho project that uses smart phones and artificial intelligence to automate identification of insect pests affecting wheat and common rotation crops such as…

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Roughly 90% of the soil in  the Pacific Northwest does not have an  optimum pH level, longtime Washington State University researcher Paul Carter says.

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The USDA distributed $4.65 million for 20 projects to support specialty crops in Washington, the state Department of Agriculture announced Wednesday.

CORVALLIS, Ore. — After this summer's heat waves scorched Northwest hop yards, reducing yields, many growers are asking for more heat- and drought-resilient hop varieties — and researchers, re…

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