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Diana Roberts

Agronomy

Spokane County

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Spokane County

920 N. Washington suite 100

Spokane, Washington,99201

United States

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Regional Extension Specialist

WSU Extension Spokane/Lincoln Co.


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www.pivotandgrow.com

Presenter: Diana Roberts, Ph.D., Professor and Regional Extension Specialist, Washington State University Extension, Spokane, WA


www.capitalpress.com

Surveys will continue in Lincoln, Adams, Douglas, Spokane and Stevens counties until harvest or theres no insect activity, said Diana Roberts, regional specialist for WSU Extension in Spokane and Lincoln counties.
Growers who find insects should consult their crop consultant or call the research team, Roberts said. We will be putting our heads together after the season to figure out what to do next, Roberts said.


www.growersguide.com [cached]

By Diana Roberts, WSU Extension Spokane/Lincoln Co.


www.yakimaherald.com

This one, "Food For Thought: GMOs, Home-Cooked Meals and the American Relationship to Food" will feature food anthropologist Julia Harrison as well as WSU Extension agronomist Diana Roberts.


www.capitalpress.com

Diana Roberts, regional specialist for Washington State University Spokane County Extension, said aphids carry virus some years.
If the aphids do not carry virus, the plants can tolerate a higher number of the insects without much damage, Roberts said. To register, contact Roberts at robertsd@wsu.edu or phone 509-477-2167.


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