NAMPA — Back in 1987, Nampa resident Marvin Miller won a “rookie of the year” award for his work with BioPlus Manufacturing — a biological manufacturing company in Hawkins, Texas, that produces biological products for farmers.
FRANKLIN COUNTY – With climate change blamed for an increasing number of droughts in recent years and a growing demand for water, some canal companies are doing what they can to preserve and stretch what water they have. The stockholders of one eastern Idaho water district decided they needed to make significant changes in the way they manage their water.
PRESTON — Cole Harris graduated from Preston High School in May. This summer he will be traveling to Rock Springs, Wyo., from July 15 to 21, to compete at the 70th annual National High School Finals Rodeo.
TWIN FALLS — A University of Idaho entomologist said the industry is mulling possible changes to a statewide monitoring program he oversees to detect the arrival of potato psyllids — tiny, winged insects known to spread a crop disease affecting potatoes called zebra chip.
LOGAN, Utah — The Utah Agricultural Experiment Station has research farms in various parts of the state where work goes on to benefit people in many facets of Utah’s agriculture and natural resource sectors. Researchers will showcase some of their current work Tuesday at Blue Creek Farm Field Day