A major agribusiness company is asking an Arkansas judge to halt the state's plan to ban an herbicide that's drawn complaints from farmers across several states who say the weed killer has drifted onto their crops and caused widespread damage
The university and IWC had been negotiating the issue since last November and commission board membe
Federal and state programs have spent billions of dollars on cost-sharing payments to farmers to help prevent nutrient runoff.
Environmentalists and Senate Democrats have vehemently opposed Dourson, a toxicologist with close ties to the chemical industry.
Brigham Young University-Idaho’s agricultural program is giving undergraduates a chance to experience advanced research for major clients.
Washington State University has named the four finalists for the dean of the College of Agricultural, Human and Natural Resource Sciences.
A coalition of national and Midwestern agricultural groups is suing to overturn a California declaration that the popular weed-killer Roundup can cause cancer
Many traditional organic farmers say allowing hydroponic farms to be certified organic erodes the integrity of the industry.
The draining of a massive aquifer that underlies portions of eight states is drying up streams, causing fish to disappear and threatening the livelihood of farmers who rely on it to water their crops
Trade ministers from 11 Pacific Rim countries announced an agreement on pushing ahead with the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
WSU researcher optimistic farmers can adapt to climate change
Representatives of start-up companies helped by Western Growers’ new Center for Innovation and Technology encouraged other would-be start-ups to find their own niche.
Many in Oregon are worried that any roll back of the sage grouse plans could land the bird on the endangered species list.
Alyssa and Mike Bordonaro are used to double-takes when they use trained hawks to scare off pest birds like pigeons and seagulls in downtown Los Angeles and other Southern California locations