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Dean shares lessons with next generation of AgForestry leaders

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Few things affect the lives of Northwest residents more than our food, environment, and economy. To keep Northwest farms, forests, fisheries and communities strong, the…

National tour shares up-close look at Cosmic Crisp®, WSU hops

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Developing the next generation of hops and apples, including the much-anticipated Cosmic Crisp® apple, researchers at Washington State University shared the latest advances this month with…

Fungus provides powerful medicine in fighting honey bee viruses

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New research from WSU scientists finds that feeding a mushroom extract to honey bees greatly reduces virus levels.

Grant supports improving cider industry — ‘Apple to Glass’

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A grant from the USDA will allow researchers to work with orchardists and cider makers to develop the best apples and ciders.

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At CAHNRS, our mission is to improve the quality of life for the people of Washington state and the world.

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Cosmic Crisp Apple featured in POPULAR SCIENCE

Cosmic Crisp Apple featured in POPULAR SCIENCE

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I developed a sturdier, crisper, and yummier apple
Dr. Jill McCluskey named Fellow of the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association

Dr. Jill McCluskey named Fellow of the Agricultural & Applied Economics Association

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Dr. Markus Flury receives DON AND BETTY KIRKHAM SOIL PHYSICS AWARD

Dr. Markus Flury receives DON AND BETTY KIRKHAM SOIL PHYSICS AWARD

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