Most herbicide labels caution against applications made under environmental stress such as prevailing hot and dry conditions in Iowa this year. This is because of increased risk of crop injury and/or decreased weed control.
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The virus that causes COVID-19 was found in several dogs, but presents no significant public health risk, the Washington Department of Agriculture and the University of Washington say.
The highest Northwest risk during June and July likely will be in Central Oregon east of the Cascade Mountains and the Columbia Basin of Oregon and Washington.
Oregon's new COVID-19 risk levels show improving conditions around the state as officials expect to pass the one million shot mark on vaccinations.
A free cutting-edge system from Washington State University gives Northwest potato growers site-specific information about insect activity in their fields.
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Before Labor Day, Detroit was a quaint community on the shores of its namesake reservoir in the Santiam Canyon. A day later the town was a smoldering ruin, with piles of twisted metal and rubble where residents once lived and worked.
Oak Park Motel in Gates is a landmark millions drive past every year while traveling along Highway 22. It was destroyed by wildfires that swep…