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Wheat Beat to a Different Drum with Karen Sowers & Ian Clark

Drew Lyon interviews Karen Sowers, Extension and Outreach Specialist with the Washington Oilseed Crop Existence Project at WSU, and Ian Clark, recent WSU graduate student…

Wheat Exports Key to Future Price Activity

The wheat marketing year is now half over. While prices continue to be disappointing, wheat exports continue to do well, particularly white wheat and hard…

Climate Resilient Wheat with Kulvinder Gill

On this episode of the WSU Wheat Beat podcast, Drew Lyon interviews Kulvinder Gill, Professor of Genetics and Director of the Climate Resilient Wheat Innovation…

“Let’s Talk About AgWeatherNet” Podcast

Episode 49 of Wheat All About It! features Washington State University's weather station system called AgWeatherNet. Join Scott Yates, director of Communications and Producer Relations…

Variety Selection & Testing with Ryan Higginbotham

Drew Lyon from the Small Grains team interviews Ryan Higginbotham, Director of the Variety Testing & Selection Program at Washington State University.

Low Falling Numbers with Camille Steber & Kim Garland-Campbell

In this episode of the WSU Wheat Beat podcast Drew Lyon from the Small Grains team interviews Camile Steber and Kim Garland-Campbell with the USDA-ARS…

Plant Pest Diagnostic Clinic Grains & Pulses Roundup

This week’s timely topic focuses on the maladies on grains and pulses samples that have come into the WSU-Pullman Plant Pest Diagnostic Clinic. Fifty-seven (57)…

Farm Bill Chat with Randy Fortenbery

Drew Lyon from the Small Grains team, interviews Randy Fortenbery, Professor and the Small Grains Endowed Chair at WSU about the expiring Farm bill.

“The Challenge That Will Not Wait” Podcast

Episode 46 of Wheat All About It! features an interview with Drew Lyon about the evolving challenge of herbicide-resistant weeds and how Charles Darwin’s theory…

Growers, Now is The Time for Winter Annual Grassy Weed Control

Winter annual grass management should be conducted in the fall because these hard to control grasses can be too far ahead of you in the…
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