Category: Timely Topics

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“Retired, Not Forgotten: Jim ‘Root Disease’ Cook” Podcast

Episode 135 of Wheat All About It! features plant pathologist ARS and WSU interim dean of College of Agriculture, Human and Natural Resource Sciences retiree…

The Problem Underground

You may not be able to see them with the naked eye, but if you were to pick up a handful of soil, it would…

Canola and Italian Ryegrass Control

I have seen more canola growing around Pullman this year than I recall seeing before. There are probably a couple of things driving this increase.…

Farm Bill Information Update Washington Factsheet

The new Farm Bill was signed into law in December 2018.  However, it cannot be fully implemented until USDA establishes rules and policies for implementation. …

Everything Weed Management – Wilke Field Day

Join us for the 2019 Wilke Research and Extension Farm Field Day on June 26th at 8 a.m. We will be discussing “Everything Weed Management”…

Remember Proper Sprayer Cleanout Can Prevent Crop Injury

Drew Lyon's timely topic about how proper sprayer cleanout can prevent crop injury.

Time to Check Canola for Cabbage Seedpod Weevil

If you have canola as part of your rotation and have not yet checked for the presence of Cabbage Seedpod Weevil (Ceutorhynchus obstrictus (Marsham)), then…

Resources to Manage Herbicide Resistance

Herbicide-resistant weeds are becoming increasingly common in the Pacific Northwest, threatening the economics and sustainability of farming systems. The new Herbicide Resistance Resources page has…

Is Spring Nitrogen Application for Winter Canola Necessary?

Winter canola requires 5-7 lbs N/acre for every 100 lbs/acre seed yield (this is called unit N requirement) depending on N use efficiency. The high…

WSU Variety Testing Program 2019 PNW Crop Tour Schedule

2019 Washington State University Variety Testing Program PNW Crop Tour Schedule.
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