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Jointed Goatgrass Ecology

In this Extension bulletin, we describe the ecology of jointed goatgrass at various stages of its life cycle, and then relate these characteristics to the effectiveness of cultural practices used for managing jointed goatgrass.
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Jointed Goatgrass Genetics

Jointed goatgrass and wheat have a close genetic relationship and share many traits. Understanding the genetic relationship between wheat and jointed goatgrass will help with the development of management strategies. Current herbicide-resistant wheat technology will provide producers with a tool to control jointed goatgrass in the crop.
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Growing Quinoa in Washington State

Gaining popularity in the United States, quinoa is relatively new to Washington State: find out more about this fascinating annual broadleaf crop.
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Growing Barley in Western Washington

Versatile and low-input, barley can be used for food, malt, or animal feed: find out here if barley could work as a rotational crop on your farm.
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Increasing Value of Corn Silage in Corn-Triticale System by Intercropping with Forage Soybean

Looking for ways to increase forage quantity and quality all while decreasing costs of producing feed? This publication might just hold your answer.
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Fall Nutrient Sprays in Tree Fruit

With so many factors at play, how can you know if fall nutrient sprays are needed? This pub lays out some considerations, then provides the how-to's.
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Integrated Management of Wild Oat in the Pacific Northwest

In the Pacific Northwest (PNW), wild oat has become a notable weed pest of small grain and rotational crops, including pulse crops, potato, sugar beet, and oilseed crops. It has infested more than 3 million acres of cropland in Idaho, costing small grain growers in the state alone more than 9 million dollars annually in control costs. Feeding its spread is the fact that it has developed resistance to several herbicides. This PNW provides all the basics you need to mount a defense against the stubborn grass, including its identification, crop impacts, and management strategies. A handy table also lists the brand-name herbicides to which the wild oat has developed resistance, upping the odds on your control efforts. Authors: Albert T. Adjesiwor, Drew J. Lyon, Judit Barroso, Joan Campbell
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Studies on Fruit and Hard Cider Chemistry of Eastern Washington

With the industry expected to continue growing, now is the perfect time to learn more about the chemistry of Washington-grown hard cider apples.
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