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Preparing for Spring Scouting

Spring is hopefully around the corner and with spring comes the first opportunity to scout for a few diseases on winter wheat that only show…

New Extension Publication on Managing Mustards in Wheat is Now Available

Mustard species are commonly found infesting winter wheat fields in eastern Washington. A new PNW Extension publication, PNW703: Integrated Management of Mustard Species in Wheat…

Mild Winter Weather and Wheat Diseases – What to Expect?

Last year at this time, we were wondering whether winter was ever going to end. Remember the 60+ days of snow cover that began in…

“A Conversation with Arron Carter, WSU Winter Wheat Breeder” Podcast

Episode 58 of Wheat All About It! features Washington State University’s winter wheat breeder, Arron Carter. Join Scott Yates, director of communications and producer relations…

2017 WSU Weed Control Report Now Available

Weeds are the bane of many farmers’ existence in eastern Washington. It seems we are in a constant battle to keep weeds under control. As…

WSDA Online Resources for Organic Farming

The Washington State Department of Agriculture Organic Program has published several new resources to assist anyone considering organic farming or who has questions about the Organic…

Soil Health Workshop Coming Soon!

As a complicated bioecological system, soil is a living system with an abundance of diverse bacteria, fungi, and other microbes. Healthy soils provide a healthy…

Good News on the First Stripe Forecast of the 2018 Season!

The 2017 crop season was a mixed bag for stripe rust; although stripe rust was present, it was not nearly as severe as it has…

2018 WSU-WOCS Oilseed Workshops – Register Now!

It’s that time of year – the 2018 WSU-Washington Oilseed Cropping System Oilseed workshops are just around the corner!  These are the only workshops in…

Effect of Canola Size on Winter Survival

Several canola producers across the state are wondering if their canola is either “too big” or “too small” going into the winter months. We often…
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