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Barley Varieties & Production with Kevin Murphy

Drew Lyon interviews Kevin Murphy all about WSU barley varieties and barley production.

Canola Roots with Isaac Madsen

Join us as Drew Lyon interviews Isaac Madsen about canola roots and soils.

High-Temperature Adult-Plant Resistance with Tim Murray

Drew Lyon interviews Tim Murray about high-temperature adult plant resistance for stripe rust control in the PNW.

High-Temperature Adult-Plant Resistance: How Warm is Warm Enough?

High-temperature adult-plant resistance, frequently referred to as HTAP resistance, is used widely in PNW winter and spring wheat varieties to help reduce the impact of…

“Meet Mr. Northwest Wheat Quality, Doug Engle!” Podcast & Variety Testing Brochures

Episode 74 of Wheat All About It! features USDA-ARS Physical Science Technician, Doug Engle. Join Scott Yates, director of communications and producer relations for the…

Reducing Bee and Other Pollinator Poisonings

It’s time to be scouting winter canola and winter pea fields for insect pests, and also the presence of pollinators and other beneficial insects before…

May Update: Stripe Rust Still at Low Levels, but Starting to Increase

May 8, 2018 stripe rust update by Dr. Xianming Chen; stripe rust is still low but starting to increase as we get into warmer months.

Stripe Rust Update May 8, 2018

Stripe Rust Is Generally Low in Eastern Washington, but Starts Appearing in the Palouse Region Yesterday, we were checking wheat fields in Adams, Lincoln, Douglas,…

Canola: Cabbage Seedpod Weevil Scouting

As canola starts to bolt and produce flowers, producers should consider checking to see if they have a tiny weevil known as the Cabbage Seedpod Weevil…

Snow Mold and Freezing Cold Tolerance with Erika Kruse

In this weeks episode of the WSU Wheat Beat podcast, host Drew Lyon interviews Ph.D. student Erika Kruse about snow mold and freezing cold tolerance.
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