Arrangements have just been completed by the Washington State College Experiment Station staff for the issuing of monthly or twice monthly press bulletins, which will go to the greater part of the farming population of Washington.
This plan has been before the station for several years, and now that definite action has been found possible no effort will be spared to make the bulletins of special value to dealing with the problems of grain raising, fruit growing and the live stock industries, which are of increasing importance in the state of Washington.
Hundreds of inquiries come to the State College weekly asking for information upon almost every subject that has to do with the industrial pursuits of the Pacific Northwest.
Using these inquiries as a guide the staff will put out the bulletins with the view of increasing the public interest in the agricultural and industrial improvement of the Pacific Northwest. It is likely that special attention will be given to diversified farming. The first bulletin is now being prepared.