Program: Line on Agriculture

Line on Agriculture
  • Robot Tower Observations

    Developing drought tolerant corn that makes efficient use of available water will be vital to sustain the estimated 9 billion global population by 2050.

  • How to Hedge

    Howard Marella, is president of Icon Alternatives, an alternative investment firm that specializes in futures contracts. Marella says he uses options in his hedging strategy.

  • Oregon Ag Changes

    Something states from Colorado to the whole Northwest might learn from Oregon.

  • Commodity Pressure

    After getting up at the crack of dawn and putting in a long morning harvesting his hay crop, Idaho farmer Tracy Walton turns to the afternoon.

  • Sales Closing Date

    Important Crop Insurance Deadline Nears.

  • State Fair Bio-hazards

    Where there are animals, people and food there is the possibility of pathogens crashing the party.

  • Feed a Bee

    Bayer Crop Science has partnered with many other organizations in what is called Feed a Bee.

  • Bitner Chat

    An Interesting conversation with Bitner Vineyards owner Ron Bitner.

  • NutriSync

    Loveland NutriSyncTM D (0-2-1) is a unique foliar nutritional liquid.

  • Canada and NAFTA

    Canada’s Minister of Agriculture Lawrence MacAuley recently visited the Northwest.

  • Chemical persuasion

    When it comes to nematodes, unraveling the root of the issue is complicated.

  • Effects of soil erosion on crops

    Effects of soil erosion on crop productivity.

  • Foot in Mouth Disease

    Washington State Department of Agriculture’s Mike Louisell talks cattle diseases and prevention.

  • Modern dairies

    Western states all have huge dairy industries and Oregon is leading the way.

  • Bitner Vineyards

    A conversation with Bitner Vineyards owner Ron Bitner.

  • Pro Glyphosate Data

    Moms across America and other groups claim that glyphosate is so ubiquitous, it is found in the breast milk of lactating mothers. Not so says Val Giddings.

  • Hijacking Nematodes

    Research from the University of Missouri recently pinpointed a new way nematodes take over root cells.

  • Fighting for Bees

     The Foundation for Food and Agriculture Research is committing $10 million toward reversing the decline of the pollinator population in the U.S.

  • Oregon Fruit

    If you're nuts about fruits… and nuts then you ought to be headed for Oregon.

  • Mormon Crickets

    Mormon crickets have appeared in Idaho.

  • Federal Lands

    I can tell you one thing, so far, what I have seen and heard from the president of the American Farm Bureau Federation, Zippy Duvall, I like.


    I received a public service announcement brought to you, farmers and ranchers, by the USDA Farm Service Agency.

  • Food Waste

    Food waste is an emerging regional, national, and global issue.

  • Opioid Addiction

    Republican Congressman from Hood River Oregon, Greg Walden, is a huge advocate for rural Americans.

  • Zippy Visits

    While fulfilling a promise he made when he got elected, Idaho received a visit recently from Zippy Duvall, the president of the American Farm Bureau Federation.

  • Sugarbeet Challenge

    All sugarbeet regions of the United States are now threatened with disease.

  • Conservation Basics

    Chris Banks has a consulting business to help farmers and ranchers with their conservation concerns.

  • Summer Food Safety

  • Safety of Glyphosate

    Safety of Glyphosate

  • Tillage Passes and Organic Matter

    If you want to increase your soil organic matter you need to reduce the number of tillage passes you make in a field.

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