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  • 001
  • Organic Seed Production and Quality

  • Jones, S.
  • 002
  • Weed Management in organic dryland spring wheat

  • Gallagher, R.
  • 003
  • Trends in Organic Agriculture in the PNW

  • Granatstein, D.
  • 004
  • Understory Management in Organic Tree Fruits and Other Woody Perennials

  • Granatstein, D.
  • 005
  • Organic Transition Rotations for Northwestern Washington

  • Inglis, D., Miller, T.
  • 006
  • Outreach and Education

  • Granatstein, D.
  • 007
  • Organic Seed Treatments

  • du Toit, L., Inglis, D.
  • 008
  • Evaluating and developing varieties for organic systems

  • Jones, S.
  • 009
  • Alternatives to Plastic Mulch for Organic Vegetable Production

  • Miles, C.
  • 010
  • Post-Plant Management of Nemotodes in Apple Orchards

  • Riga, E.
  • 011
  • Cover Crops for Weed Management in Organic and Transition Systems

  • Bary, A., Cogger, C.
  • 014
  • Evaluating vegetable varieties for organic systems

  • Miles, C.
  • 012
  • Field efficacy trials of Metarhizium anisopliae alone and in combination with entomopathogenic nematodes against the larval stage of the Carrots Rust Fly Psila rosae

  • Muehleisen, D.
  • 013
  • Organic Apple Price in Response to Crop Size Supplied to the Market

  • Wang, H.
  • 015
  • Nitrogen Supply and Partitioning in Managed Understories of Organic Apples

  • Reganold, J.
  • 016
  • Control of Xanthomonas in Cabbage Seed

  • Carpenter-Boggs, L.
  • 017
  • Production of DHA Rich Algae biomass as Cattle Feed Supplement to Enhance Milk Quality

  • Chen, S.
  • 018
  • Winter Canola as a Rotation Crop in the Low and Intermediate Rainfall Regions of the Inland Pacific Northwest.

  • Schillinger, B.
  • 019
  • Legume Data Mining

  • Pan, B.
  • 020
  • Nutrient Quality and Disease Prevention Benefits of Organic versus Conventional Tomatoes and their Products

  • Andrews, P., Davies, N.
  • 021
  • Strategies to Achieve Ecological and Economic Goals in the Transition Phase of Eastern Washington Organic Dryland Grain Production

  • Fuerst, P., Koenig, R.
  • 022
  • Carbon Sequestration under Irrigated Switchgrass Production

  • Fransen, S.
  • 023
  • Production and quality of winter grown organic vegetables in Washington

  • Koenig, R., Miles, C.
  • 024
  • Economics of BIOAg

  • Painter, K.
  • 025
  • Demonstration and Outreach for Livestock Carcass Composting

  • Carpenter-Boggs, L.
  • 026
  • Farming for Food Quality – Symposium and Seminars

  • Granatstein, D., Miles, C.
  • 027
  • Dairy Roundtable

  • Feise, C.
  • 028
  • Land EKG Rangeland Monitoring Workshop

  • Nelson, D.
  • 041
  • Organic Potato Late Blight Prediction Tool

  • Inglis, D.
  • 042
  • Food Safety in Organic Production

  • Killinger, K.
  • 043
  • Evaluation of seed and drench treatments for organic production

  • Carpenter-Boggs, L., du Toit, L.
  • 044
  • Market Price Analysis for Washington Organic Apples and Pears

  • Wang, H.
  • 031
  • Cover Crops for Organic Weed Control

  • Cogger, C.
  • 032
  • Organic Teaching Farm cultivator etc

  • Jaeckel, B.
  • 033
  • Organic Orchard Equip

  • Granatstein, D.
  • 034
  • Field Roller Special Equipment Purchase

  • Bary, A., Cogger, C.
  • 035
  • Statewide Farmer Survey – BIOAg Stats

  • Ostrom, M.
  • 036
  • Washington State Coordinator for Cultivating Success Course

  • Perillo, C.
  • 037
  • AFS organic and sustainable ag coordinator

  • Perillo, C.
  • 038
  • Sustainability Modules

  • Carpenter-Boggs, L.
  • 039
  • Organic Teaching Farm Manager

  • Perillo, C.
  • 040
  • Field Course

  • Ostrom, M., Perillo, C.
  • 045
  • Evaluation of seed treatments for organic vegetable production in the Pacific Northwest

  • du Toit, L.
  • 046
  • Growing nitrogen in the organic orchard

  • Davenport, J.
  • 047
  • Assessing effects of an alfalfa cover crop on biological control and tree nutrition in organic pear orchards

  • Jones, V.
  • 048
  • Weed management in establishing an organic wine grape vineyard

  • Miles, C.
  • 049
  • Evaluating and Developing Varieties for Organic Systems in Western Washington

  • Jones, S.
  • 050
  • Integrating low-disturbance organic grain and livestock production

  • Carpenter-Boggs, L.
  • 051
  • Conservation Biology of Syrphids, Predators of Woolly Aphid in Central Washington.

  • Beers, E.
  • 052
  • Evaluation of Wheat Varieties for Mutualism with Endomycorrhizal Fungi to Improve Phosphorus Uptake

  • Campbell, K.
  • 053
  • Wheat Quality in Organic and Conventional Dryland Cropping Systems

  • Fuerst, P.
  • 054
  • Evaluating Soils Receiving Multiple Green Manures for Suppression of Verticillium dahliae

  • McGuire, A.
  • 055
  • Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of Wheat Grown in Washington State

  • Ostrom, M.
  • 056
  • Nutritional Quality of Organic Fruits: Influence of Processing on Phenolic Compounds, Ascorbic Acid

  • Sablani, S.
  • 057
  • Regional Food Distribution System Enhancement Project

  • Saez, H.
  • 058
  • Soil Carbon Sequestration Potential of Agricultural Systems Incorporating Biologically Based Techniques

  • Stockle, C.
  • 059
  • Identification of Root Disease-Causing Organisms and Their Management in Washington Raspberries

  • Walters, T.
  • 060
  • Antibiotics in Animal Manure: A Challenge to Organic Cropping Systems

  • Ullman, J.
  • 061
  • Assessment of Renewable Fertilizers from Anaerobic Digester Manure Nutrient Recovery

  • Chen, S.
  • 062
  • Low Disturbance Weed Control in Organic Dryland Cropping Systems

  • Fuerst, P.
  • 063
  • Plant Breeding for Organic Agriculture Extension Course

  • Jones, S.
  • 064
  • Weeklong Field Analysis of Sustainable Food Systems Course

  • Perillo, C.
  • 065
  • Learning Organic Agriculture at WSU

  • Reganold, J.
  • 066
  • Building Soils for Better Crops Workshop

  • McGuire, A.
  • 067
  • Cultivating Success Small Farming and Ranching Course

  • Munts, P.
  • 068
  • Holistic Management Sustainability Conference: Creating a Sustainable Future for Agriculture in the Pacific Northwest

  • Nelson, D.
  • 069
  • On-Farm Workshop on Food Fermentation

  • Saez, H.
  • 070
  • Helping Hands, Healthy Community: A Harvest Education Project

  • Burrows, C.
  • 071
  • Demonstration Improvements and Educational Aids for the Aeschliman Learning Site

  • Kok, H.
  • 072
  • Short Course in Biodynamic Agriculture

  • Murray, T.
  • 073
  • 2009 BIOAg Tour: On-Site Demonstration of Farm Diversification and Sustainable Farming Practices

  • VanVleet, S.
  • 074
  • Pasture Improvement through Pastured Poultry

  • VanVleet, S.
  • 075
  • Quantifying biological control of pear psylla in a cover crop system

  • Horton, D.
  • 087
  • Forecasting Late Blight for Northwestern Washington Organic Potato Production

  • Inglis, D.
  • 076
  • Vegetable grafting for Verticillium dahliae resistance

  • Miles, C.
  • 077
  • Development of Economic and Environmental Life Cycle Analysis Tool for the Assessment of Nitrogen Fertilizers in Apple-Tree Fruit Industry

  • Stockle, C., Zaher, U.
  • 078
  • Alternative Forage and Fodder Crops for Livestock Production

  • Benedict, C., Corbin, A.
  • 079
  • Effects of High Tunnels and Biodegradable Mulch Use on Fruit Quality and Yield in High-value Crops

  • Miles, C.
  • 080
  • Evaluation and development of buckwheat and quinoa as alternative small grains for Washington State organic farmers and consumers

  • Jaeckel, B., Murphy, K.
  • 081
  • Local and landscape-scale conservation of beneficial predators in Columbia Basin Potato Crops

  • Snyder, W.
  • 082
  • Biennial Canola for Forage and Ecosystem Improvement in Dryland Cropping Systems

  • Kincaid, R.
  • 083
  • Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Symbiosis and Plant Growth and Productivity

  • Poovaiah, J.
  • 084
  • Sustainable Farming of Woodland Crops

  • Murray, T.
  • 085
  • Organic tree-fruit pest management – (OREI)

  • Beers, E.
  • 086
  • Tillage reduction and cover cropping for enhanced soil quality and weed management in western Washington organic vegetable farms (OREI)

  • Collins, D.
  • 088
  • Phytonutrients and Genomics of Organic Tomatoes: Soil Fertility and/or Plant Defense

  • Andrews, P., Dhingra, A.
  • 089
  • Health Benefits of Conventional, Organic and No-till Whole Wheat

  • Baik, B.-K., Fuerst, P.
  • 090
  • Closing the Gap: Organic Wheat Variety Release in Eastern Washington

  • Murphy, K.
  • 093
  • Intercropping, Precision Weed Management, and Pea Breeding for Organic and Conventional Cropping Systems

  • Fuerst, P.
  • 094
  • Evaluating yields and profitability of small-scale organic and biointensive vegetable production in Washington

  • Young, D.
  • 095
  • Sustainable Sanitation Technique for Postharvest Quality and Safety of Organic Fruits

  • Sablani, S.
  • 096
  • Evaluating Apple Varieties for Hard Cider Production

  • Miles, C.
  • 097
  • Choosing and managing cover crops to improve weed management in reduced tillage organic vegetable production

  • Cogger, C.
  • 098
  • The effect of tillage on oxidation of soil organic carbon in organically-managed soil

  • Higgins, S., Stockle, C.
  • 099
  • Lentil Selection to Reduce Dietary Intake of Arsenic

  • Carpenter-Boggs, L., Roje, S.
  • 100
  • Harnessing microcins for control of scours in neonatal calves

  • Call, D.
  • 101
  • The potential for data-based irrigation management adoption to improve the sustainability of water and nitrogen resources

  • Brady, M.
  • 102
  • Developing research information to evaluate camelina and canola in a livestock feeding system

  • Llewellyn, D.
  • 103
  • Development of winter pea lines for intercropping purposes

  • Hulbert, S.
  • 104
  • Effects of Nematode Genetic Diversity on Management of Potato Pests

  • Snyder, W.
  • 106
  • Workshops: Tomato Grafting Techniques for Soil-Borne Disease Resistance

  • Miles, C.
  • 107
  • Developing Improved Management Practices to Overcome Soil Health Issues in Red Raspberries

  • Benedict, C.
  • 108
  • Use of oxidized bio-chars to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and attenuate the transport of Escherichia coli in soils

  • Garcia-Perez, M.
  • 110
  • Combined Soil Quality Workshops for Irrigated Ag

  • McGuire, A.
  • 111
  • Increasing local dry bean production and markets through on-farm variety trials and nutrition education

  • Betz, D., Miles, C.
  • 112
  • Developing adapted varieties and optimal management practices for quinoa in diverse environments across Washington State

  • Murphy, K.
  • 113
  • Agroecology of Urban Food Farming: Engaging scientists, producers and educators in collaborative BIOAg research planning

  • Chappell, J.
  • 114
  • Dryland Summer Tour (REACCH)

  • Pan, B.
  • 115
  • Eating our way to a healthy planet: Can how we eat help reduce climate change?

  • Nelson, D.
  • 116
  • Planning for a Phase II SCRI grant proposal on ‘Utilization and Versatility of Biodegradable Agricultural Materials in Specialty Crop Production’

  • Garcia-Perez, M., Koenig, R., Miles, C.
  • 117
  • Development of Washington Organic Producer-Level Database on Crop Yields, Sales Value, and Price

  • Brady, M.
  • 118
  • Understanding the molecular basis of phytonutrient composition differences in organic tomatoes via quantitative transcriptome analysis

  • Dhingra, A.
  • 120
  • Interrow cultivation and intercropping for organic transition in dryland crop production systems

  • Burke, I.
  • 121
  • Using the BioIntensive Technique of Intercropping Teff (Eragrostis tef) into Timothy to Improve the Economic Sustainability of Timothy

  • Norberg, S.
  • 122
  • Vineyard evaluation of five beneficial insect-attracting native plant ground covers as a strategy to improve and sustain IPM in wine grapes

  • James, D.
  • 123
  • Production Cost Estimation of Establishing a Cider Apple Orchard in Washington State

  • Miles, C.
  • 124
  • Sustainable Sanitation Technique for Postharvest Quality and Safety of Organic Fruits

  • Sablani, S.
  • 125
  • Sequencing the genomes of two critically-important biological control agents, the insect-killing nematodes Steinernema feltiae and Heterorhabditis bacteriophora

  • Snyder, W.
  • 126
  • Role of flavins in the resistance of Sinorhizobium meliloti – alfalfa association to Aphanomyces root rot

  • Yurgel, S.
  • 127
  • Agroecological Assessment of Farming in the Rural-Urban Interface: Building Resiliency in Regional Food Systems

  • Ostrom, M.
  • 128
  • Online Training Module for Grafting Vegetable Transplants

  • Miles, C.
  • 129
  • Cascadia Grains Conference

  • Patzek, L.
  • 130
  • International Quinoa Research Symposium

  • Murphy, K.
  • 131
  • Exploring Root Architecture as a Defense against Soil-Borne Pathogens

  • Hulbert, S.
  • 132
  • Economic Costs and Benefits of Soil Improvement Practices

  • McGuire, A.
  • 133
  • Beyond beef and barley soup: Development of nutritionally dense, hulless food barley varieties for organic farmers

  • Murphy, K.
  • 134
  • Introducing Organic Quinoa Production Systems in the Palouse

  • Reganold, J.
  • 135
  • Biodiversity and the Natural Suppression of Human Pathogens

  • Snyder, W.
  • 136
  • Searching for Organic Antimicrobials

  • Zhu, M.
  • 137
  • Impact of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi on Phosphorus Use Efficiency and Root Diseases of Onion Crops

  • du Toit, L.
  • 138
  • Monitoring Uptake of Legume N by Apple Trees Using Nitrogen Isotope Discrimination

  • Granatstein, D.
  • 139
  • A biologically intensive approach to induce the natural immunity of potatoes against the pathogens inciting Late Blight and Verticillium wilt

  • Hadwiger, L.
  • 140
  • Cascadia Grains Conference and Growing Grains Extension Publication

  • Patzek, L.
  • 141
  • Soil Quality Network 2014

  • McMoran, D.
  • 142
  • Garden-based STEM nutrition and biology K-12 curriculum to increase pulse consumption

  • Miles, C.
  • 143
  • The Search for Acid-tolerant Rhizobia to Improve Pulse Production

  • Carpenter-Boggs, L.
  • 144
  • Understanding the molecular basis of plant response to organic versus conventional fertilizer using a metatranscriptomic approach

  • Dhingra, A.
  • 145
  • Bi-Functional Crops: Fall-sown cool season grain legumes provide cover crop attributes

  • Guy, S.
  • 146
  • Soil health and pasture productivity under mob grazing and fertility management

  • Hudson, T.
  • 147
  • Improving anaerobically digested dairy manure solids by economical post treatment to create value-added and sustainable greenhouse potting mix fiber products

  • Hummel, R.
  • 148
  • Breeding colored wheat and barley for nutrition and novelty for low-input integrated farms

  • Jones, S.
  • 149
  • Spatial and temporal dynamics of attracting green lacewings to synthetic lures in apple orchards for pest suppression

  • Jones, V.
  • 150
  • Determining the Effect of Biodegradable and Living Mulches on Annual Weeds and and Growth of Newly-planted Blueberry

  • Miller, T.
  • 151
  • Birds and Biosecurity: contact rates and parasite exchange between livestock and songbirds

  • Owen, J.
  • 152
  • WSU Plasticulture website development

  • Cowan, J.
  • 153
  • Bovine-avian interactions on dairies: improving cow welfare and farm economic stability by implementing effective and sustainable bird deterrence methods

  • Adams-Progar, A.
  • 154
  • Flexible Farming (FlexFarm) Production Systems: Integrating Crops and Livestock for Diverse, Resilient, and Sustainable Agricultural Landscapes

  • Johnson, K.
  • 156
  • Creation of a Web-Based Training Course to Promote Biological Control

  • Chambers, U.
  • 157
  • Precision application of organic amendments for improved soil quality in replant orchards

  • Brown, D.
  • 158
  • Rapid Evaluation of Winter Wheat Residue Decomposition Potential

  • Carter, A.
  • 159
  • Strip tillage and cover cropping for enhanced water use efficiency in western Washington organic vegetable farms

  • Collins, D.
  • 160
  • Integrating manure-based amendments with pest control: Potential of predatory flies (Scathophagidae) as a secondary benefit of manure amendments, for early season control of spotted wing drosophila in red raspberry

  • Gerdeman, B.
  • 161
  • Impact of fungal root endophytes on Verticillium wilt using cucurbits as model hosts

  • Inglis, D.
  • 162
  • Rapid sensing of dairy manure nutrients for precision applications in agricultural production

  • Ndegwa, P.
  • 163
  • Building soil quality, enhancing soil microbial function, and alleviating chlorosis in Concord grapes with inter-row cover crops

  • Sullivan, T.
  • 164
  • Combined Soils and High Residue Farming Workshop and Summary Publication

  • McGuire, A.
  • 165
  • From Ground to Glass: Evaluation of unique barley varieties for western Washington craft malting, brewing and distilling

  • Bramwell, S.
  • 166
  • Increasing legume nodulation for improved symbiotic nitrogen fixation

  • Kahn, M.
  • 167
  • Biodegradable peptides as triggers of plant defense against pathogens and pests

  • Tanaka, K.
  • 168
  • Examining microbial mediation of disease resistance, pollinator attraction, and crop yield in apple crops

  • Crowder, D.
  • 169
  • Capturing drought-avoidance genotypes using peroxisome proliferation readout

  • Smertenko, A.
  • 170
  • Methods for Practical Field Selection of Honey Bee Colonies, and the Rearing of Queens and Drones

  • Lawrence, T.
  • 173
  • Breaking bindweed: Can plant growth regulators disrupt apical dominance, deplete a persistent bud bank, and improve the control of perennial weed species in specialty crops?

  • Sosnoskie, L.
  • 172
  • Sustainable Crop-Livestock Integration for System Health in the Dryland Inland Pacific Northwest

  • Tao, H.
  • 171
  • Evaluating the Impacts of Border Vegetation Patterns on Multifunctional Biodiversity and Crop Production in Washington Blueberry

  • Wasko-DeVetter, L.
  • 174
  • Development of a USDA NIFA SCRI proposal to combat onion bacterial diseases across the US

  • du Toit, L.
  • 175
  • Participatory On-Farm Agroecological Education: Assessing the Effectiveness of a 14 year Farmer-University Partnership

  • Collins, D.
  • 176
  • Strategic Development of the Organic Agriculture Systems Major at WSU Everett

  • Ewing, B.
  • 177
  • Quantifying the Weed Seedbank Using Quantitative PCR and Soil Community Analysis

  • Sullivan, T.
  • 178
  • Tallgrass Prairie in Central Washington: Establishing Warm-Season Perennial Grasses on Irrigated Pasture

  • Hudson, T.
  • 179
  • Impact of Biochar, Black Liquor, and Fly Ash Application to Soil on Productivity of Wheat in Eastern Washington

  • Murray, T.
  • 180
  • Can lignin degrading organisms reduce Verticillium wilt in pumpkin cropping systems?

  • Tymon, L
  • 181
  • Impact of manure-derived fertilizers on bacterial community and antibiotic resistance genes in Washington red raspberry fields

  • Zhu, M.
  • 182
  • Stabilizing the OFoot Decision Support Tool for Interdisciplinary Research

  • Carpenter-Boggs, L.