Research is the priority of the Washington Grain Commission with more than 38 percent of the budget devoted to funding 26 projects with a total value of $2.4 million. This year a large research budget item is the $500,000 commissioners earmarked for potential falling numbers research. Other big ticket items include $248,600 for winter wheat breeding and $188,900 for spring wheat breeding.

2017-18 Research Budget


Washington State University Extension provides a comprehensive and well-organized approach to disseminate dryland cropping systems information to eastern Washington farmers and allied agriculture industries. WSU Small Grains