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March 2010

Columbia Basin family farm looks to the third generation

See Web-exclusive images on the Spudman Facebook fan page here.It's a period of transition for the Morris brothers and their Columbian Basin farm, Morris Irrigated Farms, based in Quincy, Wash. As one... more

Potato conference highlights new research in organic variety differences

At the Idaho Potato Conference's organic potato production workshop University of Idaho researchers Amber Moore and Nora Olsen along with Jen Miller, sustainable agriculture coordinator for the North... more

Seeding Change

Reports of the demise of the Russet Burbank may be a little premature, but there is a developing sense that the mighty variety is slowly being retired due to the rising demands for more sustainable v... more

Snowpack, Supply, Something Else

As I write this column in early February, I look out my window and see that the slight snowstorm from two days ago has melted away. That's the way this entire winter has been here in Idaho and through... more

Spudman 7

Jeanne Debons has been working with the non-profit organization the Potato Variety Management Institute (PVMI) since July 2006 when she returned to Oregon after working overseas for 14 years. She rece... more

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