Category: Wheatlife

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An overseas reminder

April 2015 By Mary Palmer Sullivan, Wheatlife From the offices of the Washington Grain Commission, we never forget that numbers representing soft white wheat exports…

Building on the shoulders of giants

March 2015 By Scott A. Yates, Wheatlife Wheat farming may have started 10,000 years ago, but it’s only been within the last 115 that scientists…

Puzzling out program options

January 2015 By Trista Crossley, Wheatlife December is usually the season to be merry, but in 2014, it was also the season to work through…

Biotechnology

January 2015 By Trista Crossley, Wheatlife Thomas Clemente, a professor of biotechnology at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL), closed out the 2014 Tri-State Grain Growers…

Perseverance was key ingredient to Orville Vogel’s success

November 2014 By Scott A. Yates, Wheatlife It’s interesting to speculate whether Orville Vogel would have ever become the renowned wheat breeder, plot equipment designer/fabricator…

Lessons learned

October 2014 By Trista Crossley, Wheatlife According to Paul Porter, this year’s AgVentures NW/JR Miller strip trial in Ritzville was a true demonstration in farming.…

Destination Costa Rica

October 2014 by Glen W. Squires, Wheatlife More than 40 percent of U.S. wheat found its export home in Central and South America, Mexico and…

Wireworms take bite out of winter wheat crop

August/September 2014 By Aaron Esser, David Crowder, and Ivan Milosavljevic Wireworms continue to be a persistent pest in cereal grain systems in the Pacific Northwest,…

Calling all counties

July 2014 By Trista Crossley, Wheatlife Anybody will tell you that effective communication is a two-way street, and one of the ways the Washington Association…

Falling Numbers

July 2014, Wheatlife by Camille Steber, Arron H. Carter, and Michael O. Pumphrey Farmers who already balance a myriad of factors when choosing a particular…
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