Line on Agriculture
Colorado Ag Today
Fruit Grower Report
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Congressional Wine Caucus Pt 2
PNW to Supplement California Crops and U.S. Ag Exports 2019
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportPotato harvest is underway in Washington state and we talk with the potato commission's Matthew Blua for an update.
Fruit Grower ReportBrown Marmorated Stink Bug now has a natural born killer on his trail.
Fruit Grower ReportSightings of Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs are up in the Pacific Northwest.
Fruit Grower ReportBrown Marmorated Stink Bugs sightings are on the rise.
The Agribusiness UpdateOSU entomologist finds new wasp that could be natural control tool for Brown Marmorated Stink Bug, and USDA proposes National Bioengineered Food Disclosure Standard.
Fruit Grower ReportThe reported sightings of Brown Marmorated Stink Bugs in Washington state climbs.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWintering practices for Northwest Honey Bees
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThe Brown Marmorated Stink Bug has a tiny Natural Predator that's found its way to the Pacific Northwest.
Fruit Grower ReportThe Brown Marmorated Stink Bug has a natural predator and it has been found in the Pacific Northwest.
Fruit Grower ReportEastern Washington's frigid winter could help keep SWD at bay for Cherry growers
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWintering Honey Bees at WSU
Fruit Grower ReportAn invasive Stink Bug is establishing itself in the Pacific Northwest, leaving growers wondering when they'll strike.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThanks to H-2A program Washington apple growers had enough labor this year, and WSDA traps destructive forest pest in five counties.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThere are more farm walks scheduled this year, and some of those will be more hands on.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportPotato growers keeping a close eye on pests and disease, and potato breeders check out new clones.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWSU entomologist David James employs the help of prison inmates at Washington State Penitentiary in Walla Walla to rear Monarch butterflies.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWSU entomologist studying how to help bees cross the road.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportAt present, there is only one way to try and stop "zebra chip".