Month: September 2017

WSU Offers First Two-Day Workshop on “Unmanned Aerial Systems in Agriculture”

In the past few years, unmanned aerial systems (UAS) or drones have fascinated growers, crop service providers, and researchers alike with versatile imaging and non-imaging…

Pacific Northwest Canola Association Begins First Steps

Canola acreage in Washington, Montana, and the Pacific Northwest (PNW) has reached record levels this year, and interest from producers who have not ever grown…

Wheat Straw: To Harvest or Not to Harvest?

Straw residue is a valuable byproduct of wheat production. Left in the fields, wheat straw residue can protect soils from wind and water erosion, add…

2017 WSU Variety Testing Results

Winter wheat harvest results from the 2017 WSU Cereal Variety Testing Program are complete and posted on our website.  Spring wheat and barley results will…

Why It Is Important To Calibrate Your Seed Drills

Some producers across the state are in the middle of harvest while others have sent the last grain truck to the elevator and are getting…
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