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Northwest scientists defend lentils from root-rotting disease

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Protecting a prized Northwest crop from a costly disease, scientists at Washington State University are seeking defenses against root rot.

International visit could help elevate farmers’ incomes

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WSU researchers are working to help subsistence farmers in the Dominican Republic increase their harvest so they can sell their produce at market.

BIOAg Symposium shows off science of farming and human health

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Scientists from around WSU came together to discuss their research projects, many looking at the intersection of agriculture and human health.

Enjoy the sweet life: Become a beekeeper with WSU Snohomish Extension

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From urban skyscrapers to backyards in Western Washington, there’s a movement afoot to raise honeybees.

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CAHNRS News

Enjoy the sweet life: Become a beekeeper with WSU Snohomish Extension

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From urban skyscrapers to backyards in Western Washington, there’s a movement afoot to raise honeybees.
National horse event coming to the Palouse

National horse event coming to the Palouse

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WSU’s Whitman County Extension will co-host the national American Youth Horse Council Symposium in March.
WSU researchers investigating the science behind Cupid’s favorite gifts

WSU researchers investigating the science behind Cupid’s favorite gifts

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Few gifts say Happy Valentine’s Day better than wine and chocolate.  
International visit could help elevate farmers’ incomes

International visit could help elevate farmers’ incomes

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WSU researchers are working to help subsistence farmers in the Dominican Republic increase their harvest so they can sell their produce at market.
Searching for the role of hemoglobin in female reproductive health

Searching for the role of hemoglobin in female reproductive health

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Animal Sciences professor wins $450,000 grant to study newly-discovered type of hemoglobin, which could lead to better in vitro fertilization methods and results.
Healing grain: Scientists develop new wheat that fights celiac disease

Healing grain: Scientists develop new wheat that fights celiac disease

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WSU researchers helped create a new, genetically distinct variety of wheat that’s safer for people with celiac disease.
BIOAg Symposium shows off science of farming and human health

BIOAg Symposium shows off science of farming and human health

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Scientists from around WSU came together to discuss their research projects, many looking at the intersection of agriculture and human health.

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The WSU Bees are getting ready to get back to work for the spring. Here’s how they survive the cold winters.