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Tanaka’s Research Featured in WSU Insider

Plant immune response blueprint found; disease resistance targeted WSU Insider, January 10, 2019 By Scott Weybright, College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences Washington…

du Toit on the Radio

Dr. Lindsey du Toit was interviewed by David Johnson at KSVR 91.7 FM about spinach seed production in the Skagit Valley and her work as…

Shedding light on the world of fungi: Society Fellow Lori Carris

The newest Fellow of the Mycological Society of America, award-winning Washington State University scientist and teacher Lori Carris helps us understand the incredible impact that…

Johnson receives Lifetime Achievement Award

Dennis A. Johnson of the Plant Pathology Department at Washington State University was recently presented the Lifetime Achievement Award from the Washington Mint Growers Association.

R. James Cook to receive honorary doctoral degree from WSU

From the WSU Insider See also “Roots of the Matter” Soil scientist, emeritus professor and former dean of the College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural…

Batson Awarded Fellowship

In recognition of scholastic achievements, leadership, and future promise in your field, WSU Mt. Vernon has awarded Alex Batson the Seed Production Pathology and Seed…

Provost’s Featured Faculty Member Recognition – Kiwamu Tanaka

Provost Dan Bernardo was delighted to recognize Kiwamu Tanaka as a Provost Featured Faculty Member for the Sept. 29 football game against Utah. Full story.

WSU research helps breed better-tasting sweet corn in $7.3 million grant

From CAHNRS News Lindsey du Toit, vegetable seed pathologist at Washington State University’s Northwestern Washington Research and Extension Center at Mount Vernon, is a co-primary…

$5.6 million for specialty crop research protecting grapes, onions from pests and diseases

From CAHNRS News Two national research teams led by scientists at Washington State University will protect valuable U.S. grape, onion and garlic crops from devastating…

Lindsey du Toit named distinguished professor

By Scott Weybright, College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences Acknowledging her world-renowned reputation in service to agriculture, Washington State University named plant pathologist…
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