David Douches heads up MSU's Potato Breeding and Genetics Program. He says young people nowadays are driving some of the changes in potato consumption habits.
Acreage is up for several growers in Colorado’s San Luis Valley.
Fighting GMO labeling initiatives on a state-by-state basis is unsustainable, but Cathleen Enright believes consumer-facing, genetically engineered fruits and vegetables could help the technology find popular acceptance.
Tomra Sorting executive vice president and head of sorting Dr. Volker Rehrman saidthat Tomra’s sorting business achieved order intake in the first half of this year well above that in the initial six months of 2013.
During the week of August 26, the National Potato Council led a delegation of 19 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency staff on a crop tour of New Jersey’s potato-growing region.
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