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March 27, 2017
Seed Potatoes

The Smorgasbord: Mountain Gem Russet

Let’s take a closer look at Mountain Gem Russet—a long, medium to late maturity, fresh market or early process russet.
March 27, 2017
Tom Karst

United Potato Growers Settles Lawsuit

Associated Wholesale Grocers and potato industry defendants have resolved a lawsuit alleging price fixing by the United Potato Growers of America.
March 27, 2017
Fertilizer
Matt Hopkins

Nutrients for Life Foundation: 10 Years in Classrooms

The Nutrients for Life Foundation provides teachers with free science-based resources that meet national and state teaching standards.
March 25, 2017
Ryan Holterhoff, Washington State Potato Commission

TV Show Showcases Washington Ag

Over the past few years, a collaboration of farm groups from Washington has united to help connect Washingtonians with the farmers and ranchers who are found throughout every region of the state.
March 25, 2017
Seed Potatoes
Fred Springborn and Monica Jean

Planting Disease-free Seed

Selecting and planting clean, disease-free potato seed pieces is an important first step to assuring a successful potato crop, no matter the size of your acreage.
March 24, 2017

Michigan Growers Approve Continuation of Commission

Michigan's potato growers have approved a referendum to continue the Michigan Potato Industry Commission.
March 24, 2017
Carmen Grau

Guardians of the Andean Potato

Potato-growing tradition is preserved in the Andes while, in Lima, science is joining forces with it in the fight against climate change.
March 24, 2017
Fertilizer

Yara Adds New Facility

Yara’s terminal in West Sacramento, Calif., was officially welcomed Tuesday as Yara North America’s newest U.S. facility.
March 24, 2017

Paper Touts Importance of Plant Breeding, Genetics

A new paper focuses on the importance of innovation in plant breeding to meet the challenge of providing food and nutritional security to humankind.
March 24, 2017
Fertilizer

Cool Planet Gets Funding for Products

Cool Planet has closed on $19.3 million in Series A financing and note conversion to commercialize its Cool Terra and Cool Fauna engineered biocarbon products.
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