Diseases

New lab to study potato genetics to prevent losses while in storage

When most people think of potatoes, the word research does not usually follow. But with their Mr. Potato head mascot watching over the lab, the Univer... more »

Registration open for Potato Scout School

Registration is now open for the 2017 Potato Scout School, presented by North Dakota State University and the University of Minnesota. The meeting wil... more »

Nufarm teams up with John Deere Financial

Nufarm and John Deere Financial have teamed up to help farmers grow a better tomorrow. This program helps make purchases of Nufarm products easier and... more »

LifeGard WG biological plant activator registered by EPA

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has registered LifeGard WG, a foliar-applied biological plant activator, for use on potatoes, sugar beets, fr... more »

Growers see yield benefits with V+M Solution

Nematodes and diseases can wreak havoc on the most promising of potato crops. A focus on nematode control to increase root health is one way to keep p... more »

Study reveals evolution of late blight

New North Carolina State University research delves into the movement and evolution of the pathogen that caused the Irish potato famine in the 1840s, ... more »

BASF, NAAA award students with passion for the skies

In today’s diverse agriculture job environment, aerial application, stands out as one of the more unique and challenging career paths. In an eff... more »

BioSafe Systems’ OxiDate 2.0 now labeled for spray-tank water treatment

Plant pathogenic microorganisms, fungi and other harmful bacteria can be found in water collected from open and closed sources that are used for s... more »

What potato growers can expect in 2017

{Sponsored} Planning for 2017 is in full swing — how will potato growers make their planting decisions? Some growers will expand their acreage and s... more »

New test detects acrylamide in french fries

French-fried potatoes are a popular side dish; but when potatoes are cooked to a golden brown or overcooked, a potentially toxic compound called “ac... more »


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