The connectedness of pollinators and biodiversity is a focus that many in the agriculture community take seriously every week of the year—and for good reason.
Tuber soft rot, blackleg and aerial stem rot are important
potato diseases caused by closely related species of bacteria.
Numerous potato psyllids collected last week in Idaho’s Magic and Treasure Valleys tested positive for Lso, the bacterium that causes zebra chip.
The life of a grower is full of risk and reward, heartache and triumph, and doesn’t involve heading home at 5 p.m. each weeknight and taking weekends off.
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