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Australian professor shares herbicide resistance knowledge during WSU visit

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A recent visit from Australian professor Michael Walsh demonstrates that the key to helping WSU weed science researchers battle herbicide resistance could come from Down…

WSU, FFA partner up to address Washington ag teacher shortage

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WSU and FFA teamed up this fall for a statewide event designed to get high school and middle school students excited about careers in agriculture.

Q&A: Viticulture & Enology Department Founding Chair Jean Dodson Peterson

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Jean Dodson Peterson joined WSU this fall as founding chair of the newly established Department of Viticulture and Enology. In a Q&A, she describes her…

Fresh harvest of WSU’s research-boosting apple hits stores Dec. 1

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With each harvest, scientists learn more about how to grow and share the WSU-bred Cosmic Crisp® apple.

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With 22 majors, 19 minors, and 27 graduate programs, the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences is one of the largest and most innovative colleges at WSU.

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December is here

I hope everyone enjoyed some time away last week. I spent time in Virginia with family. The tragedies in Moscow, Charlottesville, and Chesapeake weighed heavy on our minds, making us that much more thankful for…

CAHNRS News

History book chronicles 130-year evolution of agricultural engineering at WSU

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As agriculture changed over the last century, so did agricultural engineering at WSU

Learning from indigenous populations common thread in new grants

Learning from indigenous populations common thread in new grants

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Three new grants will help promote education and partnerships in communities, with a common focus of working with, and learning from, native populations.
German visiting scholar studies red wine quality, composition at WSU Wine Science Center

German visiting scholar studies red wine quality, composition at WSU Wine Science Center

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As a student in Germany, Ingrid Weilack was inspired by Washington State University enology professor Jim Harbertson. Now, the visiting scholar is experiencing what it’s…
From humble roots: Approaching 50th anniversary of Extension Master Gardener Program in Washington State

From humble roots: Approaching 50th anniversary of Extension Master Gardener Program in Washington State

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How Extension agents launched a novel program that turns 50 in 2023: Extension Master Gardeners.
Fresh harvest of WSU’s research-boosting apple hits stores Dec. 1

Fresh harvest of WSU’s research-boosting apple hits stores Dec. 1

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With each harvest, scientists learn more about how to grow and share the WSU-bred Cosmic Crisp® apple.
Australian professor shares herbicide resistance knowledge during WSU visit

Australian professor shares herbicide resistance knowledge during WSU visit

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A recent visit from Australian professor Michael Walsh demonstrates that the key to helping WSU weed science researchers battle herbicide resistance could come from Down…
WSU’s Lav Khot, colleagues receive multi-state award for ag drone research, extension

WSU’s Lav Khot, colleagues receive multi-state award for ag drone research, extension

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WSU’s Lav Khot, center, accepts the National Excellence in Multistate Research Award, Nov. 6, at the APLU Annual Meeting in Denver, Colo., with colleague and…

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