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New mulch ideas could help curb our addiction to plastic

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  Sharing new ideas to help farmers grow crops more sustainably and curb our global dependence on wasteful, perpetual plastic, Jessica Goldberger, associate professor in…

Dean, scientists share research and Extension supporting Northwest berry industry

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CAHNRS Dean André-Denis Wright joined Washington State University scientists sharing the latest research supporting the Northwest’s berry industry, at the Washington Small Fruit Conference and…

With genome tools, scientists solving inbreeding barrier to more sustainable, nutritious hay

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Helping provide a more valuable and sustainable hay crop for farmers and dairy producers, geneticists at Washington State University this fall launched a high-tech search…

WSU’s highest honor for famed plant pathologist R. James Cook

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Plant pathologist, emeritus professor and former dean of the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences R. James Cook received Washington State University’s highest…

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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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With genome tools, scientists solving inbreeding barrier to more sustainable, nutritious hay

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Helping provide a more valuable and sustainable hay crop for farmers and dairy producers, geneticists at Washington State University this fall launched a high-tech search…
Dean, scientists share research and Extension supporting Northwest berry industry

Dean, scientists share research and Extension supporting Northwest berry industry

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CAHNRS Dean André-Denis Wright joined Washington State University scientists sharing the latest research supporting the Northwest’s berry industry, at the Washington Small Fruit Conference and…
New mulch ideas could help curb our addiction to plastic

New mulch ideas could help curb our addiction to plastic

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  Sharing new ideas to help farmers grow crops more sustainably and curb our global dependence on wasteful, perpetual plastic, Jessica Goldberger, associate professor in…
Soil scientist David Brown named new AgWeatherNet Director

Soil scientist David Brown named new AgWeatherNet Director

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Helping growers and all Washingtonians understand and prepare for the challenges and changes that weather brings, Washington State University soil scientist David Brown is the…
Paid maternity leave makes happier moms

Paid maternity leave makes happier moms

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Paid maternity leave for working mothers improves the mental health of the mother, according to a recent paper from a WSU scientist.
Emotional suppression has negative outcomes on children

Emotional suppression has negative outcomes on children

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New research from a WSU scientist shows it’s better to express negative emotions in a healthy way in front of your children than to tamp…
Extension workshop to help Spokane-area families preserve, pass on their forests, farmlands

Extension workshop to help Spokane-area families preserve, pass on their forests, farmlands

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Helping landowning families in Northeastern Washington protect their forests, farms and ranch lands, Washington State University Extension Foresters will hold a “Ties to the Land”…

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