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September 30, 2019


Isaac Madsen’s recent paper “Assessment of Relative Potencies of Nitrogen Sources on Seedling Root Systems” was recently featured by the Soil Science Society of America’s science news. 


Please welcome our newest faculty members:

  • Bob Brueggeman, Associate Professor, Nilan Endowed Chair
  • Leah Brueggeman, Instructor
  • Holly Henning Yeager, Clinical Assistant Professor
  • Isaac Madsen, WOCS Extension Regional Specialist
  • Clark Neely, Associate Professor Extension Agronomist
  • Haly Neely, Assistant Professor



CSS Seminars

Johnson Hall 204, 1:10 p.m.

September 30

Andrei Smertenko
“Drought Tolerance Mechanisms in Grasses”

October 7

State Tour Report

October 14

Qiuping Peng
“Dynamics and Governing Factors of  Soil Organic Carbon in Profile after 17 Years No-till in the Palouse Region”


CAHNRS Career & Internship Networking Night

September 30, 5:00-7:00 p.m.
CUB Senior Ballroom


CSS Faculty Meetings

3:00-5:00 p.m., 104E Johnson Hall

  • Thursday, October 17
  • Wednesday, November 20


Eggert Family Organic Farm

  • Farm Stand Open every Friday 3-6p.m.  Fresh Vegetables
  • Fall Harvest Festival: Saturday October 12, 10-4



WSU Prosser IAREC Centennial Celebration

  • October 2 – University Event
  • October 5 – Community Celebration
    11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. Free and Open to Everyone!


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