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  • MS Final Exam Success

    Leslie Holland recently completed the requirement for a M.S. degree in Plant Pathology at Washington State University (WSU).  Her thesis was titled “Characterization of fungal pathogens associated with grapevine trunk diseases (GTD) in Washington State”.  Her thesis committee consisted of Dean Glawe (Chair), Gary Grove, George Vandemark, and Thomas Henick-Kling (director of WSU Viticulture & […]

  • Harnessing wild yeasts to produce refined wines

    From WSU News by Scott Weybright, College of Agricultural, Human & Natural Resource Sciences Wine comes from grapes, but the alcohol comes from yeast. Most wine is made by fermenting grapes with specifically chosen species of yeast, leading to predictable wines for vintners. But wild yeasts grow naturally on grapes, and researchers at Washington State […]

  • Northwest sees morel shroom boom

    From WSU News Morels, wild mushrooms prized for their depth of flavor, are enjoying a banner year in much of the Pacific Northwest. Not only did they appear early, but there are lots of them and they are good quality, according to a mushroom expert at Washington State University. “I’d say it has been a […]

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