We often talk about how the number of people with connections to farming is decreasing. This affects agriculture in many ways, but one I rarely hear talked about is in the classroom.
The new season’s fingerling potato crop looks outstanding for Heyburn, Idaho’s Southwind Farms.
With Reveille as an early morning roll call, what better name to give to an early maturing potato variety developed by the Texas A&M Potato Breeding and Variety Development Program?
Newfoundland and Labrador’s Nuclear Seed Potato Propagation Facility showed off its first crop of nuclear seed potatoes last week, grown from plantlets produced at the facility.
Pesticides that work by tinkering with gene expression in the pest without modifying crop genes could get around regulations on genetic modification. Technology based onRNA interference may be ready within the next five years.
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