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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…

WSU-Bred Barelys Delivering Unique Northwest Beer Flavors

Nutty and aromatic, Washington State University created barley variety, Lyon, brings greater depth to beers. Commercial malts are often plain and basic, but craft-malted Lyon…

WSU Weed Science Field Tour

Join Drew Lyon and Ian Burke for the 2018 Weed Science Field Tour from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m., Wednesday, June 13, at the R.J. Cook…

Organic Grain and Hay Sale Bulletin Board

The WSU Small Grains Team offers the Organic Grain and Hay Sales bulletin board and listserv as a service to the organic community.

New Herbicide Comparison Tool Now Available

As herbicide active ingredients age and lose patent protection, there tends to be an influx of generic products in the marketplace. As the list of…

PNW Winter Canola Tour Dates Set!

Mark your calendars to attend one (or more) of our canola tours in mid-May featuring our large-scale winter canola variety trials.

April Update: Stripe Rust Situation Unchanged from March

Stripe rust update for Eastern Washington and Eastern Oregon timely topic.

Wheat and Barley Research Progress Reports Available for Review

The Washington Grain Commission held its 2018 Wheat and Barley Research Review on February 20 and 21 in Pullman. This is an annual event that…

WSU Variety Testing Program 2018 PNW Crop Tour Schedule

The 2018 crop tour season will soon be starting and provides opportunities to view field trials and interact with Washington State University personnel and others…

New Video on Integrated Weed Management

A new video titled, “Integrated Weed Management with Ian C. Burke” is now available on the Wheat and Small Grains website. Integrated weed management (IWM)…
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