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Dale Whaley Receives the 2020 Kenneth J. Morrison Award

Dr. Richard Koenig, Chair of the WSU Department of Crop and Soil Sciences, announced that Dale Whaley, Regional Extension Specialist located in the Douglas County…

“Has Canola’s Time To Shine Finally Arrived?” Podcast

Join Scott Yates, director of Communications and producer relations for the Washington Grain Commission in, Has Canola's Time To Shine Finally Arrived?

Fire Prevention and Safety Tips During Harvest

With harvest in full swing across much of eastern Washington, producers are hopeful for bountiful yields and a fair market price for their efforts. Unfortunately,…

Weed Sensing Sprayers Show Potential for Use in Eastern Washington Fallow

I discuss current research with a weed sensing sprayer in the YouTube video titled, (09) Lydia Fields: Weed-IT Systems for Chemical Fallow. Weed sensing sprayers…

WSU Field Days Go Virtual

One of the highlights for most Extension professionals in agriculture is the opportunity to showcase the latest and greatest in field research at field days…

Updated PNW Extension Publication on Feral Rye is Now Available

Integrated Management of Feral Rye in Winter Wheat (PNW660) has been updated. Feral rye, also known as volunteer or cereal rye, is a troublesome weed…

Wheat Streak Mosaic Virus in Eastern Washington

Wheat streak mosaic is caused by Wheat Streak Mosaic Virus (WSMV), which is common to many of wheat growing regions in the U.S. and world.…

“Working Together Communities of Farmers Can Reduce Herbicide Resistance” Podcast

Episode 182 of Wheat All About It! features postdoctoral researcher at Washington State University, agricultural sociologist Katie Dentzman.Join Scott Yates, director of Communications and producer…

“Clark Neely Leads WSU’s Variety Testing Program Into A Brave New World” Podcast

Episode 181 of Wheat All About It! features WSU Extension Agronomist & Cereal Variety Testing Lead Clark Neely. Join Scott Yates, director of Communications and…

How Early is Too Early to Think About Seeding Winter Canola?

Winter canola production faces the dual challenges of stand establishment and winter survival. In order to establish a good stand, winter canola must be planted…
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