Eastern Washington’s hot summer shriveled some of this year’s potato crop.
Rather than hitting potato psyllids with a barrage of insecticides, one Texas AgriLife Extension plant pathologist wants to take a kinder, gentler approach.
After another Idaho ring rot flare-up in 2013, officials anticipate much more seed testing for the costly disease.
Harriston-Mayo, a manufacturer of potato planting and handling equipment based in North Dakota and Minnesota, has announced the purchase of a facility in Idaho Falls, Idaho.
It was a difficult growing season and a long Red River Valley potato harvest season.
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