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WSU’s On Solid Ground—Cinnamon vs. E. coli, New wheat, Berries by the numbers

Preventing foodborne illness, naturally Seeking ways to prevent some of the most serious foodborne illnesses caused by pathogenic bacteria, two Washington State University scientists have…

WSU’s On Solid Ground: Bio-oil, Hoppiness, High-tech meets wheat, Sustaining agriculture

Biofuel technology goes mobile If you’ve ever enjoyed the summertime taste of fish, chicken or steak grilled over charcoal, you have benefited from pyrolysis. The…

WSU’s On Solid Ground- Future Fungi, Farm to Fork, 4-H and Oso

A new future for fungi from the past As Jack Rogers and Dean Glawe gently flip through volumes of fragile books filled with fungi collected more…

On Solid Ground- Horse Therapy, Innovators, Celebrate Extension

“Horsing around” reduces stress in youth New research from Washington State University reveals how youth who work with horses experience a substantial reduction in stress…

WSU’s On Solid Ground: Stink Bug Invasion, Unpalatable Poplars, Ag Forum

Scientist SWAT team combats stink bug invasion An alien pest that smells like dirty socks and devours crops may become Washington state agriculture’s Public Enemy…

WSU’s On Solid Ground- Good Fungi, New Food Tech

New technology improves food safety and flavor A new technology that is now available to food companies can increase the consumer appeal of chilled or…

WSU’s On Solid Ground- Elwha Bugs, Quinoa Harvest, Growing Groceries

The insects of Elwha Valley reveal a changing ecosystem Even before the largest dam removal in U.S. history confirmed that Pacific salmon would return to…

WSU’s On Solid Ground-Warm Fuzzy, Guava, Cider

On Solid Ground is a bi-weekly, electronic newsletter for the friends and stakeholders of the Washington State University College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences…

WSU’s On Solid Ground- Survey, Dry Beans, Robotic Harvest

Tell Us What You Really Think We think it’s about time we ask our readers what they think. Would you please take five minutes to…

WSU’s On Solid Ground- Pumpkin Trees, Fungi Queen, Poplars

PNW Bioenergy Farms Tour Over 120 public agency, policy, research, and extension stakeholders got an inside look this summer at how poplars may lead the…
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