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Defining Soft White Wheat’s Competitive Advantage

Soft white (SW) wheat is the fourth largest class of wheat grown in the United States with an annual average production over the last five …

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Palouse Field

A World Where the U.S. and Russia Can Play

Vince Peterson may be the organization’s president and Mark Fowler, it’s vice president of overseas operations, but when it comes to the voice of U.S. Wheat Associates, that would be Steve Jon Mercer, a veteran of…

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couple of farmers in a gold field with a digital tablet.

Making the Most of Enhanced Decision Making

A best management practice results in maximum yield balanced against minimum inputs, a small environmental footprint and overall production system sustainability. But knowing which management …

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Meeting the Filipino Team

Trade Teams Integral to Selling PNW Wheat

One of the most important activities the Washington Grain Commission (WGC) undertakes over the course of a year is hosting trade teams. More funding may …

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Upclose Honey Bee

Are the Insects Leaving Us?

“The Little Things That Run the World” (insects, that is) was the intriguing title of an address by the famed biologist E. O. Wilson at …

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A beautiful vineyard right on the Columbia River in southern Washington state.

RiverFest Keeps Flowing!

The second RiverFest held in Columbia Park on the shore of the Columbia River on September 7, demonstrated that the first event was no fluke. …

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