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By Brandon Cline
Managing Editor 

Biosolids, soil health key topics at 103rd annual Lind Field Day


Last updated 6/20/2019 at 10:19am

Journal photo by Brandon Cline

Bill Schillinger (left), a professor and scientist at Washington State University, and Tim Paulitz (right), a research plant pathologist for the United States Department of Agriculture, give a presentation on biosolids at the 103rd annual Lind Field Day on June 13 at the Dryland Research Station. Other topics of discussion at the Dryland Research Station included soil health, spring and winter wheat, and winter peas.

The 103rd edition of Washington State University's Lind Field Day took place at the Lind Dryland Research Station on June 13, as WSU and United States Department of Agriculture researchers shared updates on a number of different topics to regional farmers and industry stakeholders.

Topics of interest at this year's Lind Field Day-which WSU says is the best-attended annual field day they host across the region each year-included field sessions on spring and winter wheat breeding, winter peas, biosolids and soil health assessments.

Winter peas

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