Overview of the Lind Station.

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.

Join Us for the 106th Annual Lind Field Day on June 13th!

We hope to see you there! Lind Field Day is free and open to the public. Check out our Lind Field Day page for more information!

News and Events

Tour crop research for the drylands at WSU’s 106th Lind Field Day, June 13

LIND, Wash. – Washington State University invites grain producers and partners to meet scientists at the Lind Dryland Research Station and learn about current research at one of the nation’s driest growing regions at the 106th annual Lind Field Day, Thursday, June 13, 2024.
“It’s an honor to showcase our ongoing research to growers,” said Lind Station Director Surendra Singh. “Lind Field Day is an excellent opportunity to hear feedback from stakeholders and better target our research to better serve local, emerging needs.”

Field cam tracks wheat progress at WSU dryland station

LIND, Wash. — Washington State University researchers have installed a wheat field cam at the dryland research station in Lind, Wash.
The camera takes several pictures a day of a spring wheat field. Images can be viewed on the station’s website and the YouTube channel. 

Live Feed Field Cam

This is a live feed on YouTube showing the current crop conditions on a field here at the Lind Station. This is sponsored by the Washington Grain Commission.

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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.

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