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New leadership roles for WSU grape virologist

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Naidu Rayapati, world-renowned plant pathologist, has been named director of the Irrigated Agriculture Research and Extension Center and CAHNRS assistant dean for Tri-Cities.

Interim leader Scot Hulbert to champion CAHNRS research efforts for safe, sustainable future

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Plant pathologist Scot Hulbert will oversee research advances toward a safe, sustainable future at Washington State University’s College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences.…

Hyde family’s $1.4 million gift helps student scientists share discoveries at Washington State University

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Washington State University President Kirk Schulz announced today that the estate of James and Marilyn Oliver Hyde has gifted $1.4 million to support students in…

WSU-bred barleys delivering unique Northwest beer flavors

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Crunchy kernels of barley tumble from Joel Williamson’s hands as he scoops them up, offering a taste. “This is a first: The inaugural batch of…

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In 2016, CAHNRS secured research funding exceeding $83 million, which accounts for more than 40% of all WSU research funding.

 

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CAHNRS News

June 14: Crop advances for Washington’s drylands focus of Lind Field Day

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Farmers can learn about the newest crop varieties and practices for Washington’s drylands, and meet the new dean of Washington State University’s College of Agricultural,…
New leadership roles for WSU grape virologist

New leadership roles for WSU grape virologist

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Naidu Rayapati, world-renowned plant pathologist, has been named director of the Irrigated Agriculture Research and Extension Center and CAHNRS assistant dean for Tri-Cities.
Interim leader Scot Hulbert to champion CAHNRS research efforts for safe, sustainable future

Interim leader Scot Hulbert to champion CAHNRS research efforts for safe, sustainable future

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Plant pathologist Scot Hulbert will oversee research advances toward a safe, sustainable future at Washington State University’s College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences.…
WSU-bred barleys delivering unique Northwest beer flavors

WSU-bred barleys delivering unique Northwest beer flavors

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Crunchy kernels of barley tumble from Joel Williamson’s hands as he scoops them up, offering a taste. “This is a first: The inaugural batch of…
Letter from Butch has little Coug buzzing

Letter from Butch has little Coug buzzing

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Abby Lindell wrote a book about bees for her second-grade class, and she got a personalized letter from Butch when he heard about it.
Los Angeles tour gives students an inspiring, real-life look at apparel careers

Los Angeles tour gives students an inspiring, real-life look at apparel careers

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Aspiring apparel professionals from Washington State University got an insider’s look at the Los Angeles clothing industry in their spring study tour, becoming inspired to…
June 2: Learn to stop forest weed invaders at WSU Extension Kent workshop

June 2: Learn to stop forest weed invaders at WSU Extension Kent workshop

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Participants in WSU Extension forest workshops learn how to control invaders, such as this mass of ivy. Is ivy pulling down your trees? Are dreaded…

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