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Good Fruit Grower: Cosmic contribution to Clean Plant Center Northwest

January 16, 2019
Using fees collected from growers for graft wood and budwood, the Northwest Nursery Improvement Institute has given $50,000 to the Clean Plant Center to purchase…

CAHNRS News: Pioneering WSU scientist recognized for innovation

January 7, 2019
Discovering new ways for machines to boost productivity and conserve resources on Northwest farms and orchards, Washington State University scientist Manoj Karkee was named a…

CAHNRS News: CPAAS faculty member wins grant award

December 17, 2018
WSU’s Lav Khot will look to reduce reliance on broad spectrum pesticides that result in residues on food with an award from the Foundation for…

Fruit Growers News: Grove and Swamy study fungicide spray applications

December 13, 2018
The experiment was conducted once in 2018 and requires repetition in 2019, but preliminary results indicate that the evaluated spray methods and volumes may not…

Good Fruit Grower: Cosmic kernels

December 11, 2018
Green spot was not the only topic of conversation at preharvest Cosmic Crisp field days held in September at Washington State University’s research orchards near…

Connected World: CPAAS researcher named 2019 Pioneer winner

December 6, 2018
The Connected World Pioneers are exceptional individuals who possess the prescience and vision for applying M2M, the underlying technology for the connected world, in ways…

Capital Press: From one sweet job to another

December 5, 2018
Per McCord was a bit of an innovator in expanding use of DNA markers to breed new sugarcane varieties in Florida. Now he plans to…

CAHNRS News: Soil scientist named new AgWeatherNet Director

November 29, 2018
Helping growers and all Washingtonians understand and prepare for the challenges and changes that weather brings, Washington State University soil scientist David Brown is the…

Washington State Magazine: Plan Bee

November 8, 2018
The “bee bed” we’re observing is something absolutely unique to this little corner of southeast Washington—the only place in the world where farmers successfully manage…

Capital Press: Little Cherry Disease at epidemic levels

October 31, 2018
“What I mean by epidemic levels is that it’s high enough that it’s not easily controllable, when it gets above 10 percent of an orchard,”…
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