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The Agribusiness UpdateStudies are underway to see if Washington's Columbia Basin could replace some of California's crop production hit by climate change, and U.S. Ag Exports down slightly in 2019.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThe Center for Latino Farmers is hosting a 4-day training session for anyone looking to get into agriculture.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportLate blight was detected in one potato field north of Pasco.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWashington Potato Commission's Matthew Blua talks about this year's potato crop and the longer, cooler winter weather we experienced.
Fruit Grower ReportGovernor Inslee declares a "Drought Emergency" across nearly half the state, but is it really and emergency?
The Agribusiness UpdateWill French Fry Production lead to more potato acres, and a San Francisco jury finds glyphosate does cause cancer in Roundup trial.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportU.S. Rep Dan Newhouse proudly announces passage of the Yakima River Basin Plan's Phase III.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportU.S. Rep Dan Newhouse proudly announces passage of the Yakima River Basin Plan's Phase III
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportRepresentative Dan Newhouse talks about a new resolution he's behind for the next phase of the Yakima River Basin Water Enhancement Project.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWSU Extension research look at soil health improvements.
Fruit Grower ReportState Climatologist Nick Bond talks about the El Nino winter we're likely to see here in the Pacific Northwest.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWashington potato harvest well under way and looking good for growers.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportFrom plentiful snowpack and lots of water to dry, warm weather and rapid runoff changes the waters supply quickly.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportHot, Dry Spring changes water supply for Yakima River Basin and much of the state.