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Green Times – August 2015

UV light, beekeepers are farmers, essentials of sustainable ag, animal ag in a changing environment.

WSU’s Green Times – June 2015

Remembering Elson S. Floyd, profitability of organic ag, hard cider, cover crops, wild yeasts, biofuel for jets

WSU’s Green Times – May 2015

Vineyards and butterflies, organic fruit growth, credit cards and farmers markets, El Nino and drought.

WSU’s Green Times – April 2015

Putting a price on nature, producing rubber from wild lettuce, discovering lost apples on the Palouse

WSU’s Green Times – March 2015

Rotating cover crops in tulip fields shows promise for fighting disease in the economically important flower bulb, according to early research findings at the Northwestern…

WSU’s Green Times – sheep, wheat, watermelon, mulch, and more – February 2015

You generally don’t find livestock among the hills in the Palouse region of eastern Washington where grain is grown. But wheat farmers Eric and Sheryl…

WSU’s Green Times: All about Bees and More

For Washington state, bees mean business. That’s why improving bee health and habitat is vital for keeping the state’s agriculture successful. This month’s “All About Bees” issue…

WSU’s Green Times: Happy Holidays!

Happy Holidays! From the CAHNRS Communications Team that brings you Green Times, we wish you a joyful holiday season and Happy New Year. Green Times…

WSU’s Green Times: Cider, Water, Cultural Diversity, and Grains

November 2014 Promising technology could expand hard cider industry A new study by researchers at Washington State University shows that mechanical harvesting of cider apples…

WSU’s Green Times: Beetles, bees, beef & bread

October 2014 NEW! sustainable ag online graduate certificate Washington State University will launch an online graduate certificate in sustainable agriculture in the spring. The nine-credit…
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