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August 22, 2014
Vicky Boyd

Videos Chronicle PEI Industry Leaders

The Prince Edward Island potato industry has recorded its history for posterity sake and to share with the public and the next generation of potato growers.
August 22, 2014
Event Calendar, Herbicide

Herbicide Resistance Summit II Information

Building on the insights and perspectives that were established from the 2012 Herbicide Resistance Summit, one of the outcomes expected from Herbicide Resistance Summit II will include a more unified understanding of the issues across the country, underst
August 20, 2014

Fall Burndown Benefits Beyond Weed Control

While unpredictable weather may delay application timing of spring herbicides, more growers are adding a burndown application in the fall to their weed management program. Though the focus when applying a fall burndown is on control of winter annual weeds
August 19, 2014
Lora Abcarian, The Produce News

Heat Wave May Chill NW Potato Crop

Potato growers in Oregon and Washington are in wait-and-see mode following a heat wave that hit the Pacific Northwest in July.
August 16, 2014
Idaho Potato Commission

IPC Celebrates Six Decades of Tots

When Tater Tots began arriving in grocery stores in 1954, they quickly caught on as a snack food, a side dish and the foundation for casseroles at dinner tables across America.
August 14, 2014
Andrea Gallo

Potatoes’ Perceived Fall from Grace

The potato has had a great run for most of the past five centuries. But these days, the humble spud has fallen on hard times.
August 13, 2014
Web Exclusive

Late Blight Found in Bingham Cty, ID

A potato leaf sample that was POSITIVE for late blight was brought into our Idaho Falls laboratory about a half hour ago. ID was instantaneous as the lesions were actively sporulating.
August 13, 2014
Fungicide, Herbicide, Insecticide

Minnesota Grower Cuts Pesticide Use

A Fargo, N.D.-based potato grower is finding that using fewer pesticides is better for business and the environment.
August 12, 2014

Project Looks at Impacts of Manure, Fertilizer

KIMBERLY, Idaho — Applying 50 tons of manure per acre for one year is a heavy application. Repeating that rate for eight years is a lot of manure—and a lot of nitrogen.
August 11, 2014
Tom Tomich and Marcia DeLonge

Scientists Rising to Drought Challenges

This week, scientists from around the world are convening in Sacramento for the Ecological Society of America’s annual meeting to discuss cutting-edge research for a sustainable future.
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