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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 ReportSalmon Recovery isn't about breaching dams, according to the Columbia-Snake Irrigators Association.
Fruit Grower ReportWine Girl Wines, the perfect name for winemaker Angela Jacobs' creations.
Fruit Grower ReportThe inspiration for different wine labels varies, but "Idiot's Grace" was stuck in the winemakers head.
Fruit Grower ReportThe forecast is in for the 2019-2020 Northwest pear crop.
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 ReportEstimates for Northwest Pears in 2019 is out and while off some from last year, still looks pretty good!
Fruit Grower ReportGovernor Inslee declares a "Drought Emergency" across nearly half the state, but is it really and emergency?
The Agribusiness UpdateMexico tomatoes to U.S. hit with 17.5% tariff, and U.S. beef to South Korea hits record high.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportColumbia-Snake River Irrigators Association's Darryll Olsen says Governor Inslee's plan for dam removal and salmon recovery is off target.
The Agribusiness UpdateWill French Fry Production lead to more potato acres, and a San Francisco jury finds glyphosate does cause cancer in Roundup trial.