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Stories by Bob Rost

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Thoughts from editor Bob Rost.
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Oregon State University Agricultural Research updates
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An OSU veterinarian has gone to extremes to find microbes that break down pollutants like crude oil.
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Plant researchers are eyeing molecular tools for developing products for potential customers.
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Students at Portland's James Madison High School learn firsthand where their daily bread comes from, and a lot more.
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A new production philosophy is gaining a stronghold in Oregon's Hood River Valley.
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They're battling, on several fronts, a disease threat to Oregon's valuable hazelnut industry.
The Smiles We Left Behind thumbnail image
A writer gives us his thoughts on outstanding OSU agricultural research in the 20th century.
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Hybrid poplar trees are attracting attention as an alternative crop for Oregon agriculture.
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A team of OSU researchers and extension educators is helping Klamath Basin barley growers fight a disease that rides the wind.

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