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Helping Salmon in the Tuolumne River Without Increasing water Flows
EPA Approves Hemp Pesticides and NFU's Johnson's Final Months
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportOregon State University's Hemp Innovation Center explores the possibilities for the burgeoning industrial hemp industry.
Fruit Grower ReportEstimates for Northwest Pears in 2019 is out and while off some from last year, still looks pretty good!
The Agribusiness UpdateNorthwest ag exports to China are down, and the Forbes AgTech Summit is coming up in California.
Fruit Grower ReportBrown Marmorated Stink Bug has a new predator.
Fruit Grower ReportBrown Marmorated Stink Bugs have a new, and tiny, predator.
Fruit Grower ReportBrown Marmorated Stink Bugs have a new, tiny predator.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThe Brown Marmorated Stink Bug has a tiny Natural Predator that's found its way to the Pacific Northwest.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportBrown Marmorated Stink Bug has a Natural Predator that's found its way to the Pacific Northwest.
Fruit Grower ReportNew Transportation Option to Texas for Northwest Growers
Fruit Grower ReportOregon Wine Symposium in Portland Feb 21-22
Northwest ReportWater issues continue to be important to producers and ag groups...Portland is suing Monsanto over PCB's.
Northwest ReportIf you are into cider this next week in Portland is the place to be...and did you know kids aren't taught cursive anymore?
Market LineWednesdays grain saw mixed markets
Market LineTuesday close Livestock were higher across the board.
Market LineWith the drought influencing markets, wheat is trading higher.
Market LineNo fireworks for wheat at yesterdays close