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New hires will increase USDA-ARS research unit’s problem-solving capacity

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Group effort needed

Researchers make case for viewing herbicide susceptibility as a common-pool resource

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Calling on Colombia

Declining wheat production leaves this South American country dependent on imports. The success of USW Santiago technical activities in Colombia using soft white wheat is providing technical support from the milling process to end-product evaluation and giving clients the ability to obtain flour sourced from the PNW.

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Dams are essential to wheat farmers

WAWG filed public comments in response to the Draft Lower Snake River Dams (LSRD) Benefit Replacement Report published on June 9.

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WGC statement on dam study

The Washington Grain Commission (WGC), along with fellow agricultural groups, utilities and others expressed serious concerns about the Murray/Inslee report, which left out or significantly undervalued costs and even acknowledged that many costs are not available.

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WGC announces upcoming leadership transition

Glen Squires, CEO of the Washington Grain Commission (WGC), has announced he will retire on November 1. The WGC is pleased to announce that Casey Chumrau will be its new CEO and will begin mid-September.

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