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Program: Line on Agriculture

Line on Agriculture
  • More about Glyphosate

    Glyphosate, the most used herbicide in the World, has been found in the urine of 93% of the American public.

  • Bug Knowledge

    Tis the season of bugs.

  • Drought Resistant Wheat

    The arid dryland farms of the Palouse rely on rainwater instead of irrigation systems.

  • LOA Fallen Firefighter

    Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today released the following statement on the death of U.S. Forest Service firefighter Justin Beebe.

  • Commodities

    When it comes to commodities, preliminary statistics show most sectors with significant growth since 2005.

  • Pendleton UAS

    SOAR Oregon is a non-profit organization focused on the development of the Unmanned Aircraft Systems industry in Oregon.

  • Stubble

    Research shows the benefits of leaving stubble to prevent wind erosion.

  • Noxious Weeds

    An outreach and education trailer that used to be known as the weed wagon has transformed into a vibrant vehicle called the Invasive Species Information Station:

  • Hawaiian Sugar Company

    The American Sugar Alliance held their national convention in Coeur d’Alene Resort last week and an important visitor was May Nakahata of the Hawaiian Commercial and Sugar Company.

  • Cibus' Yellow Canola

    Cibus is a growth stage company that is currently in the commercialization phase or late-stage development in four important crops: Canola, Flax, Rice and Potato.

  • CSU and Ag

    An interesting and very encouraging email.

  • RMAX

    After providing precision spraying services in Japan’s rice fields for more than a decade, the Yamaha RMAX unmanned aircraft vehicle (UAV) has a new role in the fruit tree orchards of Washington state.

  • Green Machine

    The first Keenan “Green Machine” rolled off the factory floor in Borris, County Carlow, Ireland.

  • Cool Farming

    I was talking to Megan Lewien who is a Washington State University PhD student and researcher in drought resistance for plants.

  • Plant Engineering

    Oregon State University has received and will continue to get a considerable amount of money awarded by the National Science Foundation.

  • Hay Wheat Potato Markets

    Agricultural economist Michael Stolp checked in with three markets.

  • Changing Face of Labor

    Maoyong Fan, an economics professor at Ball State University recently talked to me about factors that are influencing the migrant worker force.

  • REAL Oregon

    Oregon is about to join other states such as Idaho, that have created a leadership development program for those tied to agriculture, fishing, and forestry.

  • Beef and Dairy Markets

    Waning returns for grain, feed and livestock are in contrast to stable or improved returns for row crops, tree fruit, forest products and nursery/greenhouse businesses.

  • Pilots and Drones

    The Federal Aviation Administration recently announced its final rules governing commercial drone use across the country. 

  • Megan Lewien

    Washington State University PhD student and researcher in drought resistance for plants Megan Lewien has an intriguing story about her interest in agriculture.

  • Cool Farmers

    Why isn't being a farmer perceived as being cool?

  • WOTUS and Reed Hopper

    Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF) won a precedent-setting victory for property owners’ rights

  • Blair at Ag Committee

    Drones are not found on all that many farms today but with the final rules for drones having just been issued by the FAA…

  • Rules for Silage

    If you are going to be a successful farmer you practically have to be a genius.

  • Hogs and Soil Health

    A specific type of hog farming can improve your soil.

  • Auricsolar.com

    If you go to Auric Solar’s website, you can read a list of benefits that they say you will gain if you and your farm go solar.

  • Coalition

    A proposed 2.5 million acre national monument in the area of the Owyhee Canyonlands.

  • Laying Hens

    The Animal Agriculture Alliance released its 2016 Advances in Animal Agriculture Report.

  • Pollinators

    Peter Lane Warren can speak broadly about various types of pollinators, including birds, bats, moths and bees.

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