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Fruit Grower ReportState Climatologist Nick Bond calling for a slightly warmer, wetter winter in months ahead.
The Agribusiness UpdateClear up difference between yams and sweet potatoes, and J.R. Simplot acquires Pinnacle Agriculture.
Land & Livestock ReportBill will Help Preserve Family Farms
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportA study out of Oregon State University looks at the health benefits of hops! Cheers!
The Agribusiness UpdateMichigan follows suit in Cal, Wa, Or and Mass as states banning caged egg-laying hens, and as delays continue with USMCA frustration grow in the Ag industry.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWashington state climatologist Nick Bond takes a look at the winter weather ahead.
Fruit Grower ReportCorliss Estates makes a wine you might want to "squirrel" away.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportSoil health studies at WSU.
Fruit Grower ReportOregon Wine Council is the just created organization formed to represent the statewide wine industry.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportU.S. Representative Dan Newhouse joins two other former state Ag Department heads in op-ed that urges passage of the USMCA.
Fruit Grower ReportWe get reaction from U.S. Representative Dan Newhouse, who just happens to be co-chair of the Congressional Wine Caucus, on Washington state reaching and passing 1,000 wineries.
The Agribusiness Update10 states produce most of the U.S. pumpkins, and expectations for potato exports looks pretty good.
Fruit Grower ReportWashington reaches milestone of 1,000 licensed, active wineries producing quality wines at the right price point.
Fruit Grower ReportWashington reaches milestone of 1,000 licensed, active wineries.
Fruit Grower ReportThe Washington Wine Commission is about to launch a new grant program for viticulture and enology research.