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North Central Washington Tree Fruit Days

Join us for WSU Tree Fruit Extension Programs in North Central Washington. NCW Tree Fruit Days January 16, 2024 – January 18, 2024   Agendas are now…

The International Fruit Tree Association (IFTA) Conference and Tours

Registration opens December 1st for the 67th Annual IFTA Conference and Tours February 11-14, 2024 Yakima, Washington Two full days of speakers/presentations A full day…

Year 2 of pheno-IPM for pear psylla management: it worked, 2023

In their second year following IPM guidelines, pear orchards on this research project had less honeydew damage and more beneficials than comparison conventional orchards.

Community Survey – Japanese Beetle

We need your feedback! The Washington State Department of Agriculture (WSDA) would like your feedback on our Japanese beetle eradication project. Please take a few…

Grower Input Needed for Environmental Impact Study of Washington’s Apple Production

Written by Dan Langager, Northwest Horticultural Council, November 1, 2023   As demand for agriculture to reduce its climate impacts continues to build from regulators,…

New WSU Produce Safety Scientist

A new produce safety scientist joined WSU’s Irrigated Agriculture Research and Extension Center in Prosser

Fall and Spring Fumigation to Avoid Replant Disease

Pre-plant soil preparation is essential to avoid replant problems.

AgWeatherNet Update

October saw a strong push to the finish of building season with several new Mesonet tower stations installed across the state.

Extension Educator for Tree Fruit Pest Management

Now taking applications for: Extension Educator for Tree Fruit Pest Management

Endangered Species Act and Impact on Pesticide Applications

Coming soon to labels near you will be new Endangered Species Protection Requirements use directions and accompanying bulletins.
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