Team Behind HarvestEye Continue To Showcase Crop Insights Innovation

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HarvestEye, a machine-learning driven crop insights tool, is heading to the World Potato Congress at the end of May, as it continues to showcase on the global agricultural stage the actionable insights it places in the hands of growers.

U Of I Extension Pest Friends Board Game Making A Buzz

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Moscow, Idaho — Actual farmers don’t plant lunar wheat, and they’ll never encounter fan bugs or bog beetles when they scout their fields.

1,000 Delegates To Attend World Potato Congress In Ireland

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More than 1,000 delegates and 60 guest speakers are set to attend the World Potato Congress (WPC) at the end of the month, which is being hosted in Ireland for the first time.

New Potato Processor Planned For Alberta

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Snack company Super-Pufft has announced a new $50 million processing plant for Airdrie, Alberta, that will use the province’s potatoes. Airdrie is about 22 miles north of Calgary.

Forthcoming Tri-State Spud Variety To Honor Potato Breeder’s Daughters

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Aberdeen, Idaho — A cooperative potato breeding program that includes the University of Idaho is poised to release a red-skinned variety with white flesh, notable for its consistently round tuber shape and its desirable size profile.

Manage Nematodes To Fight Off Early Dying Complex

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Early dying complex in potatoes at first appearance is seemingly inexplicable. The plants were thriving, then they were dying. At that point, a grower has no options.

Ag Groups Call For Withdrawal Of Solicitor General’s Supreme Court Brief On Glyphosate That Would Create A Patchwork Of Problems

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Washington, D.C. - In a letter to President Biden, 54 agricultural groups expressed grave concern with a recent amicus brief submitted by the U.S. Solicitor General to the Supreme Court advising the court against taking up a case regarding pesticide label

No Small Potatoes: Understanding Risks, Impacts To Our Agricultural Supply

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When most people hear about the state of Idaho, potatoes are probably the first thing they think of. Those famous potatoes are at the forefront of a new research project at Idaho National Laboratory (INL) as well.

Madhya Pradesh Signs Contact With Central Potato Research Institute To Licence Technology Of Aeroponic Method Of Seed Potato Production

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Bhopal (Madhya Pradesh) - Madhya Pradesh has signed a contract with Central Potato Research Institute, Shimla, recently to licence technology to the Horticulture Department of Madhya Pradesh for availability of seed potatoes through aeroponic method of se

U Of I Research Studies Herbicide Damage To Potatoes Caused By Heavy Rainfall

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Aberdeen, Idaho – Farmers throughout southern and eastern Idaho were befuddled by the bizarre symptoms of crop damage that surfaced in their potato fields following a brief period of heavy rainfall in May of 2017.

U.S. Potato Exports Show Continued Signs Of Recovery

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With many countries around the globe relaxing restrictions and showing signs of recovery from the pandemic, demand for U.S. potato exports is strong in many markets. During the first three quarters of the marketing year (July 2021-March 2022), overall U.S

Vive Crop Protection Recognized By SDTC As 2022 Sustainability Changemaker

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Vive Crop Protection has received distinction as one of Canada’s inaugural Sustainability Changemakers for 2022, as awarded by the Sustainable Development Technology Canada (SDTC) organization.

Potato Processor Snow Valley Food Efficient Collaboration With TOMRA Food

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Leuven, Belgium - By prioritizing highly efficient potato processing, Snow Valley has been awarded excellent accreditations and ongoing public praise over the years—complimented by specialized research, delivering consistently high-quality products, and p

Ukraine: How Farm Vehicles Stolen By Russia Were Remotely Disabled

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Not content with stealing Ukrainian grain, Russian soldiers also reportedly looted nearly $5 million (€4.72 million) worth of agricultural machines from their neighbor and foe.

New Labeled Capabilities For OxiDate 5.0*

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East Hartford, CT—The OxiDate 5.0 label finally reflects the full scope of this keystone chemistry’s capabilities. Chief among the label improvements, OxiDate 5.0 has removed the stipulation that prevented it from being used during bloom.