After watching a new YouTube ad, NRCS hopes viewers will embrace soil with newfound respect and admiration. Healthy soil, the ad suggests, could provide solutions to some of our planet’s biggest challenges.
The Washington State Potato Commission is providing growers with free yellow sticky cards for beet leafhopper and potato psyllid monitoring.
While potatoes from last season are still plentiful in the market and there is no issue with supply, large-sized russet potatoes will be short in Idaho until a new crop comes in.
The Late Bight Risk Forecasting website, used for estimating potential survival of potato volunteers in Michigan, is now available for 2015 risk estimation.
Matt Seay is one of a handful of farmers in Flagler County who provide more than 4,000 jobs.
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