Senninger Welcomes New Australasia Area Manager

Articles, Irrigation

Senninger Irrigation announces the recent hire of Martin Porter, who joins the company’s international department as Senninger’s new area manager for Australasia.

Growers Edge Financial Delivers Data-Driven Fintech Platform for Agriculture

Articles, New Products

Expands machine-learning fintech offering to help growers manage and grow profitability

Kubota Accelerates its Large Tractor Business

Articles, New Products

Customized OEM agreement reached with manufacturer Buhler to expand tractor lineup

The Role of Day Length, Light Intensity in Potato Breeding

Articles

Peter VanderZaag, a world-renowned authority on potato breeding and potato seed systems, presents on the geographic constraints in potato breeding

Sen. Collins Meets with Maine Potato Board

Articles

Prior to the meeting, Collins delivered remarks at the National Potato Council Fly-In annual meeting.

Calendar: PAA Annual Meeting

Event Calendar

July 28-Aug. 1 in Winnipeg, Manitoba

Calendar: United Fresh Convention & Expo 2019

Event Calendar

June 10-12 in Chicago

Idaho Russet Supplies Tighten Up

Articles

Idaho russet potatoes are going to be short until the new crop comes in late summer.

USDA Report Provides Data on Conservation Practices

Articles

In a new report, USDA is offering consolidated data on ten years’ worth of greenhouse gas-reducing conservation practices in the United States.

Controlled-Release Fertilizer Performs Well in N.Y. Potato Trials

Articles, Fertilizer, Irrigation

Reduced nitrogen leaching on Long Island is critical to conserving local water.

Syngenta Scholarship Program Now Open

Articles

$20,000 in total awards are available to selected applicants. Applications are being accepted until May 27, 2019.

Keeling Stresses Importance of Trade Gains

Articles

With his end-of-July retirement date rapidly approaching, John Keeling appeared at the 2019 Potatoes USA Annual Meeting for the last time as executive vice president and CEO of the National Potato Council.

Snow Delays Planting in Washington

Articles

The clock is ticking for potato growers in the Columbia Basin to get their spuds planted in the ground, but the snow is stopping them.

Get In Fields Early with Strike Fumigants

Fungicide, New Products

Strike chloropicrin products can get you planting faster than any other fumigant on the market. Strike will allow you to plant 10 to 14 days after application when applied alone.

BioSafe Introduces Sustainable Soils Program

Fertilizer, Fungicide, Insecticide, New Products

This “Sustainable Soils Program” is a crop-neutral, flexible program that gives growers the assurance that their plants will grow quickly without succumbing to disease and nematodes.

Prepare for Growing Season with ESN Smart Nitrogen

Fertilizer, New Products

A proprietary flexible polymer coating protects the nitrogen contained within from loss mechanisms like heavy rains, dry, windy conditions, and microbial attacks caused by standing water.