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Washington State University Puyallup Research and Extension Center

Prof. receives award for outstanding gardening book

Cover of "How Plants Work."

Linda Chalker-Scott, professor and faculty at WSU Puyallup, is the recipient of a 2016 American Horticultural Society Book Award for How Plants Work (Timber Press, 2015). The book breaks down complex horticultural science for the everyday layperson to understand so they can become better gardeners. » More …

Horticulturist wins national medal for fruit breeding

Pat Moore

PUYALLUP, Wash. – Patrick Moore, Washington State University professor and horticulturist in Puyallup, was awarded the Wilder Medal from the American Pomological Society for his contributions to fruit breeding. The annual award recognizes outstanding service to horticulture with special consideration for the origination and introduction of superior varieties that have been widely planted. Moore, who has been on WSU faculty since 1987, does research on breeding, genetics, disease and disease resistance of raspberries and strawberries. Fruit varieties his team has developed include: Cascade Harvest, Cascade Gold, Cascade Bounty, Cascade Dawn and Cascade Delight raspberries … » More …