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Physical Address:
E. J. Iddings Agricultural Science Laboratory, Room 10
606 S Rayburn St

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive MS 2332 Moscow, ID 83844-2332

Phone: 208-885-7982

Fax: 208-885-9046



Fruits and Nuts

Alfalfa Leafcutting Bee

The alfalfa leafcutting bee is a vital pollinator for multiple cropping systems, including alfalfa, canola, melons and carrots. This information card provides basic facts about and photographs of...

Apple Scab

Particularly troublesome where rainfall and relative humidity are high, and under overtree irrigation, apple scab can defoliate trees and blemish fruit to a point where it is unmarketable. Learn...

Blueberry Cultivars for the Pacific Northwest

This publication describes blueberry cultivars, including northern highbush, southern highbush, rabbiteye, lowbush and half-high types. It includes information on commercial value and identifies...

Composting at Home

$7 To order , please visit our online Marketplace: UI Extension Publications and Multimedia This compact user's guide promotes composting as a rewarding way to turn leaves, grass and food scraps...

Cuatro Pasos Sencillos para la Poda de Cerezos Sobre Gisela y Otros Portainjertos Productivos

A Spanish translation of PNW 592, Four Simple Steps to Pruning Trees on Gisela and Other Productive Rootstocks. Author: Lynn E. Long 2 pages

Designing an Edible Landscape in Idaho

$5 A successful edible landscape results from good planning, thoughtful design and regular maintenance. Edible yards can be eye-catching while expanding the capacity for home food production.

Field Guide for Integrated Pest Management in Pacific Northwest Vineyards

To produce high-quality wine and juice grapes, effective pest management is essential. The second edition of Field Guide for Integrated Pest Management in Pacific Northwest Vineyards addresses this...

Four Simple Steps to Pruning Cherry Trees on Gisela and Other Productive Rootstocks

Provides color photo illustrations and step-by-step instructions for pruning trees on productive rootstocks, techniques that are are completely counter to pruning trees on Mazzard rootstock.

Growing Kiwifruit

Idaho gardeners with curiosity and diligence may want to attempt to grow hardy kiwifruit. This publication explains how. Author: Bernadine Strik 27 pages

Hard Cider Production and Orchard Management in the Pacific Northwest

$11 Making hard cider for both commercial and private enjoyment is the target of renewed interest in areas that are well suited to growing apples. This manual provides basic information on the many...

Harvesting and Storing Fresh Garden Vegetables

Harvesting vegetables at the right stage of maturity and storing them properly helps ensure top taste, nutrition and storage life. This publication explains how, covering vegetables from asparagus...

Idaho Plant Quarantines and the Home Garden: Understanding the Laws

What farmers know but many home gardeners are just learning is that the shipping, sale and planting of some 70 food crop or nursery species in Idaho are governed by state quarantine laws overseen...

Northern Idaho Fertilizer Guide: Blueberries, Raspberries, and Strawberries

Fertilizer improves plant growth and productivity. An entry in the northern Idaho Fertilizer Guide series, this four-page publication offers fertilizer guidelines for lime and nitrogen, phosphorus,...

Pacific Northwest Watermelon Production East of the Cascades

Here are steps to successful commercial watermelon production in the Columbia Basin and other warm-climate regions of the Pacific Northwest. You'll learn best practices for cultivar selection, site...

Propagation of Plants by Grafting and Budding

This handbook is well illustrated with clear photographs and drawings. It covers terms used in budding and grafting, tools and materials, grafting and budding factors, kinds of grafts, budding...

Protecting Grapevines from Winter Injury

Winter freezes can kill or damage winegrape canes in regions, like the Pacific Northwest, that are subject to low winter temperatures. Although tedious, labor-intensive and expensive, cane burying...

Raspberry Cultivars for the Pacific Northwest

Did you know that raspberries come in four different colors (red, yellow, black and purple) though there are only two main types? Learn about that and more in this 11-page PNW publication,...

Special Forest Products

Markets for special forest products in Idaho (edible wild mushrooms, fresh floral greens, dried flowers, wild berries, seeds, roots, bark and other plant parts) have expanded considerably since...

Start Seeds Indoors with Success

Starting plants at home from seed is economical and rewarding. There's more variety from which to choose, which allows you more flexibility in planning your garden. Part of the Idaho Green Thumb...

Sweet Cherry Rootstocks for the Pacific Northwest

Cherry growers have many options when it comes to choosing rootstocks. The combination of new dwarfing rootstocks with high-density training systems leads to earlier production. But growers need to...

Training and Pruning Your Home Orchard

$3 Training fruit trees helps them to develop a strong sturdy structure that will support years of high-quality productivity. This 12-page bulletin provides all you need to know about training and...

Using Soil Test Results For Garden Fertilization - A Guide for Fertilizing Home Landscapes and Gardens in Idaho

Once home gardeners test their soil, what should they do with the results? This eight-page publication demystifies the numbers on most fertilizer labels' such as 15-15-15 or 21-0-0-24 and helps you...


Physical Address:
E. J. Iddings Agricultural Science Laboratory, Room 10
606 S Rayburn St

Mailing Address:
875 Perimeter Drive MS 2332 Moscow, ID 83844-2332

Phone: 208-885-7982

Fax: 208-885-9046