Line on Agriculture
Washington State Farm Bureau Report
Washington State's Crowder Selected as NACD's President-Elect
Bayer Applauds EPA's Glyphosate Study and Celery Sales High
Congressional Wine Caucus Pt 2
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThe National Potato Council launches new source of information with the "Eye on Potatoes" podcast.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportNational Potato Council CEO John Keeling retires after 17 1/2 years of service to the potato industry.
Fruit Grower ReportOSU Researchers close to on-site crown gall disease detection.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportAg community reaction to Congressional Candidate Kim Schrier's comments on H-2A employers.
Fruit Grower ReportShrier comments on H-2A shock agriculture community.
The Agribusiness UpdateThe World Meat Congress comes to Dallas this month, and Ag Secretary Sonny Perdue appoint Bruce Summers USDA's Ag Marketing Service administrator.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportMillennium Bulk Terminal appeals Department of Ecology's denial of water quality permit.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWith no Hirst fix ... where do we go from here?
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportWithout a Hirst fix ... where do we go from here?
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportOSU Researchers Find Quick Detection of Crown Gall Disease on Fruit and Nut Trees.
Northwest ReportAg Marketing Service is preparing to award some money for specialty crops and more...various ag associations are playing host to international visitors...and Lacy has a look at the wheat harvest.
Food ForethoughtEven the most annoying of insects have a job to do in the garden.
Food ForethoughtMisinformation about agriculture continues to run rampant.
Food ForethoughtPeople traveling abroad can now request a home cooked meal with a local host.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportThe number of ghost shrimp in Willapa Bay and Grays Harbor have increased significantly in the last couple of years.
Washington State Farm Bureau ReportShellfish farmers businesses are being hampered by a species of burrowing shrimp.
Food ForethoughtNot all creepy crawlies in the garden are "bad bugs".