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Weekly Published Research – April 8, 2016

Sex determination genes in stag beetles, effects of low temperature on grapevine powdery mildew, tracking specialty crop harvest in the cloud and more. This week,…

Weekly Published Research – April 1, 2016

Breeding small grains and dry beans in Western Washington, Rift Valley Fever, US agricultural productivity and more. This week, 8 new articles co-authored by faculty…

Weekly Published Research – March 18, 2016

Carrots improves corn, assessing carbon and water dynamics in cropping systems using the eddy covariance method, life on mars and more. This week, 15 new…

Weekly Published Research – March 11, 2016

Predicting spring wheat drought tolerance, ascochyta blight found on fenugreek, a road map for food parenting practices research and more. This week, 12 new articles…

Weekly Published Research – March 4, 2016

Pesticide resistance and CYP enzymes, thermal resistance of pathogens in low-moisture foods, hand washing, gloves and cross-contamination and more. This week, 8 new articles co-authored…

Weekly Published Research – February 26, 2016

Improving visual apple crop-load estimation, how government spending affects deforestation, effect of light microclimate on d’Anjou pears and more. This week,13 new articles co-authored by…

Weekly Published Research – February 19, 2016

Sagebrush steppe recovery after disturbance, synthesizing jet fuel from plastics, modeling soil dynamics in 3-dimensions and time, and more. This week,13 new articles co-authored by…

Weekly Published Research – February 12, 2016

Seed predators and weed emergence, a new postharvest fruit rot in pears and apples, microbiological stability of wines and much more. This week, 24 new…

Weekly Published Research – February 5, 2016

Breeding potatoes with lower acrylamide-forming potential, decision support for marker assisted seedling selection, impacts of maternal depression and overcrowding on Latino children and more. This…

Weekly Published Research – January 29, 2016

Opportunities for organic highbush blueberry production, linking U.S. crude oil, corn and plastics markets, and more. This week,5 new articles co-authored by faculty and students in…
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