BioCeresWP Biological Mycoinsecticide

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BioCeres WP is used for the biological control of numerous pests including whiteflies, aphids and thrips by adhering to and penetrating the insect’s exoskeleton.

Study Aims to Help Growers Apply Fertilizers, Pesticides More Efficiently


The project is one part of an initiative involving the P.E.I. Potato Board, Cavendish Farms, growers, Agriculture Canada and the province focused on improving yields, profitability and sustainability.

Glass Appointed to Develop Agro-K Business in South


Agro-K Corporation announces the addition of Jeff Glass as its southern business development manager. Glass will be based in Tallahassee, Fla.

New Product: Agdia Rapid DNA Test for BRR

New Products

Agdia, Inc has commercialized a rapid and user-friendly DNA test kit, based on their AmplifyRP XRT+ platform, for detection of the causal agent of bacterial ring rot.

How Software Can Help Your Operation

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Watch this presentation to learn how farm software can drive profitability and overall efficiency. It walks through real-life scenarios and how farm data can impact ROI.

Moss Elected Potatoes USA Chair


Dan Moss of Declo, Idaho, was elected chair of Potatoes USA on March 15 at the organization’s annual meeting in Denver.

Should Cold Weather Affect Herbicide Plans?


With Mother Nature making it appear as if winter is still present in early April, should herbicide programs be changed this spring?

Behnfield Joins Dosatron as Technical Sales Rep


Dosatron International, Inc. has named Wally Behnfield as its technical sales representative for hydroponics.

What You Need to Know About the House Farm Bill


An inside look on the beginning of the 2018 Farm Bill officially rolled out by House Agriculture Committee chairman Mike Conaway.

Wisconsin Growers Set Back by Winter Weather


Potato planting may be set back as much as two weeks in northern Wisconsin, thanks to recent storms and cold weather.

IPC Ad Campaign Supports Worthy Cause


Ten 30-second television spots celebrating the Idaho Potato Commission’s partnership with Racing for Orphans with Down Syndrome (RODS) will air during the Boston Marathon on April 16 and the AMGEN Tour of California in May.

Trump: We'll 'Make it Up' to Farmers


President Trump acknowledged that farmers could be adversely affected by the tariff dispute with China, but promised to make it up to them.

Florida Farms Share Costs to Reduce Water Use


Three farms in St. Johns County, Fla., will be splitting about $419,000 in cost-share funds from the St. Johns River Water Management District to reduce water use and nutrient loading.

APRE Fights Negative Potato Stereotypes


Do potatoes belong in a healthy diet? Following a decades-long tide of negative buzz about the potato’s role in weight gain, diabetes and a host of other ills, this is the question the potato industry would like to answer once and for all with a resoundin