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Episode 134: How Minneapolis Flour Milling Shaped Our World

7.16.19 It’s rare that an industry can lay claim to changing the world, but the Mill City Museum in Minneapolis, Minnesota argues that modern flour milling did just that. Join Scott Yates, director of communications for the Washington Grain Commission, on a tour of the museum on the banks of the Mississippi River in episode […]

By |July 16th, 2019|Featured Articles|0 Comments

Weed resistance: It could be worse

By Ian Burke

Is there anything new for defeating herbicide resistance? That depends on your perspective, your willpower, and most definitely your wallet.

From a weed science perspective, herbicide resistance is the outward expression of a broken tool, but one of quite a few tools that we use to manage weeds in general. We find tools to […]

By |June 6th, 2019|Featured Articles|0 Comments

Soil Health Assessment: What Is It Good For?

By Haiying Tao

As defined by the Natural Resources Conservation Service, soil health is “the continued capacity of soil to function as a vital living ecosystem that sustains plants, animals, and humans.”

The term first appeared in the literature in 1971 and during the past 40 years has gained world-wide attention. In the past six years, interest […]

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The Hessian Flies Are Coming! What are researchers doing about it?

By Mike Pumphrey

Since starting at Washington State University in 2010, I’ve seen Hessian fly infestations that caused significant losses in both production fields and test plots.  The first time I wrote about Hessian flies in Wheat Life, was in April 2013 due to concern at that time.  Fast forward six years. Now, when I visit […]

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2019 Preferred Wheat Varieties Brochure

2019 Preferred Wheat Varieties Brochure

By |March 26th, 2019|Featured Articles|0 Comments