Lind Dryland Research Station
Wheat breeding, winter wheat emergence, alternative crops, weed and disease control, soil fertility, erosion control, and residue management are the main research priorities of the Lind Dryland Research Station.
News and Events
Join us on May 31 to meet our new researchers!
Please rsvp by May 29 to Samantha Crow at 509-677-3671 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
LIND, Wash. – Washington State University invites grain producers and partners to meet the new director of Lind Dryland Research Station and learn about current science and practices for one of the nation’s driest growing regions at the 105th annual Lind Field Day, Thursday, June 15, 2023.
Registration begins at 8:30 a.m., with the field tours starting at 9 a.m.; a complimentary lunch, ice cream social, and presentations follow the field tours.
The 2023 Dryland Field Day Abstracts are now available to download!
Crop and soil scientist Surendra Singh will lead research into better agriculture for the Inland Northwest’s arid country as the new dryland cropping systems agronomist and next director at Washington State University’s Lind Dryland Research Station.
Starting in early April 2023, Surendra Singh replaces longtime agronomist and director Bill Schillinger, who retired in early 2022 after 29 years at the Lind Station.
Surendra’s spouse, Shikha Singh, also joins WSU as a research assistant professor and soil scientist, taking part in new long-term soil health research in eastern Washington.
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Directions to the Lind Dryland Research Station
From Highway 395, take the Lind exit and proceed two miles into Lind. Take a right turn at the Lind city park, (watch for WSU signboard). Go three blocks to the stop sign, turn right, and follow the paved road, heading north, out of town. When you come to the fork in the road one mile from Lind, take the road to the right as indicated by the WSU sign. Proceed another two miles to the Lind Dryland Research Station.