nematodes

Help For Potato Plant May Come From Tomatoes, UI Says
Help For Potato Plant May Come From Tomatoes, UI Says
Help For Potato Plant May Come From Tomatoes, UI Says
University of Idaho researchers are introducing genes from a specific plant into potatoes, in an effort to develop spuds that are resistant to harmful nematodes.  The litchi tomato, has a natural resistance to several species of nematodes, which are also known as round worms.  Nematod...
Wave Minute: Nematode Resistant Root Stock
Wave Minute: Nematode Resistant Root Stock
Wave Minute: Nematode Resistant Root Stock
This week, Washington State University's Michelle Moyer talks about nematode resistant root stock, and what that means for growers across the Northwest, and throughout the west.       If you have a story idea for the Washington Ag Network, call (509) 547-1618, or e-mail gvaagen@cherrycreekradio.com...
Wave Minute: Nematode Resistant Root Stock
This week, Washington State University's Michelle Moyer talks about nematode resistant root stock, and what that means for growers across the Northwest, and throughout the west.       If you have a story idea for the Washington Ag Network, call (509) 547-1618, or e-mail gvaagen@cherrycreekradio.com...
WAVE Minute: Nematode Research
WAVE Minute: Nematode Research
WAVE Minute: Nematode Research
Washington State University's Michelle Moyer discusses the latest nematode research taking place.       If you have a story idea for the Washington Ag Network, call (509) 547-1618, or e-mail gvaagen@cherrycreekradio.com...
WAVE Minute: Nematoes Research
WAVE Minute: Nematoes Research
WAVE Minute: Nematoes Research
Washington State University's Michelle Moyer discusses the latest nematodes research and how that can benefit Northwest grape growers.         If you have a story idea for the Washington Ag Network, call (509) 547-1618, or e-mail gvaagen@cherrycreekradio.com...
Nematode Control
Nematode Control
Nematode Control
Nematodes were first discovered in the U.S. in North Carolina in 1954.  For 2018, a new control solution will be available from Channel Seedsmen.       If you have a story idea for the Washington Ag Network, call (509) 547-1618, or e-mail gvaagen@cherrycreekradio.com...
WAVE Minute: Nematode Research
WAVE Minute: Nematode Research
WAVE Minute: Nematode Research
WSU's Michelle Moyer discusses ongoing nematode research, and how it can benefit Northwest grape growers.         If you have a story idea for the Washington Ag Network, call (509) 547-1618, or e-mail gvaagen@cherrycreekradio.com...