August 31, 2009
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IRISH POTATO FAMINE UNLIKELY FOR KANSAS

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August 28, 2009
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ON-FARM WEBCASTS HELP WITH DECISION MAKING

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August 27, 2009
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GENERATION GAP IN VEGGIE CONSUMPTION

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August 26, 2009
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FRESH GOURMET OFFERS COUPON FOR IDAHO POTATOES

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August 25, 2009
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RAVEN ON TWITTER, FACEBOOK

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August 24, 2009
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FRITO-LAY'S KILLINGLY "OFF THE GRID"

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August 19, 2009
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TORO PUBLISHES PAPER ON DRIP IRRIGATION

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August 18, 2009
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AMERICA SELECTS ITS FAVORITE FARMERS MARKETS

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August 17, 2009
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PROGRAM TRACKS HERBICIDE USE

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August 14, 2009
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Aug. 24, Monday, 19th Annual Potato Grower Magazine Golf Tournament

Monday, Aug. 24 is the 19th Annual Golf Tournament at the Idaho Falls Country Club. -Registration: 7:30-9:00 a.m.- Report to carts: 9:30 a.m.- S
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August 14, 2009
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KLAMATH GROWERS GET RIGHTS TO PURPLE POTATOES

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August 13, 2009
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PAIRING HARLEYS AND POTATOES

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August 12, 2009
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RESEARCHERS SEE BIG FUTURE FOR PURPLE SPUD

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August 10, 2009
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MORE FRIES IN COLD STORE IN U.S.

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August 10, 2009
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UPGA -- 2009 ACREAGE UNDER CONTROL

In its July board of directors meeting, United Potato Growers of America announced that both fall and annual potato acreage is virtually unchanged fro
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August 06, 2009| Published in the August 2009 issue

A Star Once Again: Burley's Tessenderlo Kerley plant recertifies with OSHA

Tessenderlo Kerley's Burley, Idaho, plant has done it again.
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August 06, 2009| Published in the August 2009 issue
Irrigation

A Zimmatic First: Fully-integrated pump and irrigation system solution

Lindsay Corporation, maker of Zimmatic irrigation systems, announces the industry's first fully integrated pump station and center pivot control package to be offered by certified Zimmatic dealers.
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August 06, 2009| Published in the August 2009 issue

Bobcat Finds a Home at the Smithsonian

The Smithsonian's National Museum of American History recently acquired 56 cubic feet of records from Bobcat Co., which manufactures compact construction and agricultural equipment and is based in North Dakota.
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August 06, 2009| Published in the August 2009 issue

China Increases Output

China plans to increase its potato output to 120 million tons a year from the current 70 million in terms of food production and security, a top industry body has been told.
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August 06, 2009| Published in the August 2009 issue
James E. Wysocki, United Potato Growers of Wisconsin

Consolidation: A more efficient machine

The fresh potato industry can increase its return by $2 per cwt-all it requires is growers working together to reduce marketing and packaging costs.
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August 06, 2009| Published in the August 2009 issue
Tyler J. Baum, Editor

From The Field: Year of the Lady

How often have you seen the photo of legendary Marilyn Monroe dressed in a potato sack dress?
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August 06, 2009| Published in the August 2009 issue
New Products, Potato Equipment

Harvest the Wind: Triad WindGen has new generation system

Merrick Machine Company, under the brand name Triad WindGen, has developed and introduced a new, revolutionary wind power generation system.
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August 06, 2009| Published in the August 2009 issue
Clayton Ward

Keeping It Simple: Russell Schwendiman of Ririe, Idaho

Is Russell Schwendiman of Ririe, Idaho, a new type of grower?
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August 06, 2009| Published in the August 2009 issue
David Fraser

Keeping Up With Your Investment: USPB's Industry Communications & Policy turns three

As the United States Potato Board Industry Communications & Policy Department marked its third anniversary earlier this summer, our primary objective remains the same.
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August 06, 2009| Published in the August 2009 issue

Muffins, Yes; Pizza, Maybe Not: Potatoes potential replacement ingredient for muffins

Potato toppings on pizza? If you live in a place like South Korea, Thailand or Singapore, that's not unheard of.
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August 06, 2009| Published in the August 2009 issue
UI Website Committee

One Stop: ICPRE site for all potato information from UI

Potato producers in Idaho are well aware that University of Idaho faculty and staff working in potatoes are not located in one place.
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August 06, 2009| Published in the August 2009 issue
Frank Muir, IPC President

Our Two Bits: Marketing the potato with a 25-cent message

This summer I spent a considerable amount of time with our advertising and public relations agency working on the marketing plans for the upcoming year.
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August 06, 2009| Published in the August 2009 issue
New Products

Retro International and Farmall Fabrics Available

Eight new "retro" International Harvester, Farmall, McCormick and Case IH fabrics are available for quilters and crafters.
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August 06, 2009| Published in the August 2009 issue

SFA Pushes For Food Safety Legislation

Legislation to overhaul the nation's food safety regulatory system is moving rapidly in Congress, and SFA is working closely with industry allies to oppose provisions that would be harmful to companies in the snack food industry.
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August 06, 2009| Published in the August 2009 issue
New Products

Step n Tow for Safety and Convenience

The new STEP n TOW swing-out step is a versatile tool for pick-up trucks and SUVs.
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August 06, 2009| Published in the August 2009 issue
Fungicide, New Products

Syngenta Upgrades Production of Azoxystrobin

With its fungicide sales up 25 percent last year and a forecast for strong demand to continue, Syngenta Crop Protection is investing in a major expansion of manufacturing capacity for its leading fungicide, azoxystrobin.
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August 06, 2009| Published in the August 2009 issue

Tubers on the East Coast: What's going on in the North Carolina Potato Association

As luck would have it, rain was falling in buckets back in May, on the first day of the North Carolina Potato Association's 81st Annual Meeting.
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August 06, 2009| Published in the August 2009 issue
New Products

U.S. Frozen Introduced in Malaysia

The USPB representative in Malaysia recently held two large seminars focused on chefs in restaurants not currently using U.S. frozen potatoes.
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August 06, 2009| Published in the August 2009 issue

UI Proposes Parma Center Closure

After a statewide process of gathering information and analyzing options, the University of Idaho College of Agricultural and Life Sciences is proposing the closure of the Parma Research and Extension Center by the end of the year.
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August 06, 2009| Published in the August 2009 issue
New Products, Potato Equipment

Valley Products Recognized for Excellence

Tracker Mobile and the AutoPilot Linear Control Panel with GPS Ready positioning from Valley Irrigation were recently recognized with AE50 awards from the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers (ASABE).
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August 06, 2009| Published in the August 2009 issue
Tyler J. Baum

Weeds and Rain: The annual U of I Snake River Weed Control Tour

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August 06, 2009| Published in the August 2009 issue

Wilbur-Ellis and Agrian to Develop Agronomy Info System

Wilbur-Ellis Company and Agrian announced they have reached agreement to jointly develop a new agronomy information system utilizing the Agrian suite of data management tools.
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August 02, 2009
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IFA RELEASES DOCUMENT WITH GLOBAL OBJECTIVE

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August 02, 2009
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MEIJER SOURCING VEGGIES FROM LOCAL GROWERS

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