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Smartphone Applications to Assist with Weed Identification

Smart phone apps may help you identify your problem weeds. Correct identification is critical to choosing the most effective herbicide.

Cherry Powdery Mildew – Questions and Answers from 2017

After a tough year in 2017 lets look at the answers to common questions about cherry powdery mildew answered by WSU plant pathologist Dr. Gary…

WA 38 / Cosmic Crisp ® Pruning Demonstrations Scheduled Dec 13 and 14

Dr. Stefano Musacchi will conduct pruning demonstrations at both the WSU Sunrise block in Rock Island and the WSU Roza block in Prosser. WSU Sunrise…

Next Generation Tree Fruit Network Event: Labor and H2A

Dan Fazio WAFLA will share costs, logistics, paperwork and to do lists for H2A. Followed by round table discussion, networking and dinner.

Join WSU Extension for 2018 Winter Tree Fruit Programing in Central Washington

Tree fruit producers and industry professionals are invited to WSU Tree Fruit Extension Programs in Central Washington on January 12, 15, 16, 17, 18, and…

Organic Certification Videos

The WSDA Organic Program is pleased to share videos about organic standards and the certification process.

Precision Agriculture in Apple Production Survey- Please Participate

Please consider responding to this short online survey on precision agriculture in apple production – it will only take 5 minutes of your time.

Update on Agricultural Worker Protection Standards (WPS)

The January 2018 training requirements (additional topics) for the WPS are delayed to allow more time for training materials and programs to be developed.  The…

Washington Apple Storage Survey Results 2017

Controlled Atmosphere (CA) storage capacity in the state continues to increase, with an anticipated 10% increase in capacity in the next two years. This follows…

Herbicide resistance and the need to diversify weed management strategies

There are 12 unique cases of herbicide resistance in Washington state. Consider management strategies to limit herbicide resistance.
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