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Grant aims for better hops, better beer

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WSU is leading a new four-year, $4.8 million grant to advance hops and help hop growers make better beer.

‘Gorgeous’ 2021 crop of WSU’s Cosmic Crisp® apples will hit stores early

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Third harvest of WSU’s Cosmic Crisp® apple reaches stores well before Apple Cup

Natural enemy of invasive, berry-eating fly found in U.S.

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WSU researchers confirmed the first discovery of a new wasp in the U.S. that is a natural enemy of the spotted-wing drosophila, a harmful invasive…

Sweetpotatoes can be grown in Pacific Northwest

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Sweetpotatoes are typically grown in the warmer southern states, but WSU researchers are trying to see if they can be grown in Washington.

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CAHNRS News

Grant aims for better hops, better beer

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WSU is leading a new four-year, $4.8 million grant to advance hops and help hop growers make better beer.
Sweetpotatoes can be grown in Pacific Northwest

Sweetpotatoes can be grown in Pacific Northwest

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Sweetpotatoes are typically grown in the warmer southern states, but WSU researchers are trying to see if they can be grown in Washington.
New WSU report charts biochar path

New WSU report charts biochar path

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A team lead by WSU published a roadmap for the future development of the biochar industry in the Pacific Northwest and beyond.
New distinguished professor aims to improve CAHNRS student learning experience

New distinguished professor aims to improve CAHNRS student learning experience

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Holly Henning is the inaugural Alexander and Elizabeth Swantz Distinguished Professor of Teaching and Learning, will start Faculty Fellows program.
Aspiring WSU agricultural educator is new FFA National President

Aspiring WSU agricultural educator is new FFA National President

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1st Washingtonian, passionate Coug will represent more than 700,000 FFA members.
‘Gorgeous’ 2021 crop of WSU’s Cosmic Crisp® apples will hit stores early

‘Gorgeous’ 2021 crop of WSU’s Cosmic Crisp® apples will hit stores early

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Third harvest of WSU’s Cosmic Crisp® apple reaches stores well before Apple Cup
WSU researchers part of $7.6 million grant to study impact of smoke on grapes and wine

WSU researchers part of $7.6 million grant to study impact of smoke on grapes and wine

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PROSSER, Wash. – Washington State University researchers are part of a team of west coast university collaborators that received a $7.6 million grant to study…

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