Stephanie Mickelsen of Mickelsen Farms — one of Idaho’s largest potato farms — feels it’s important to share farmers’ story with policymakers and the public.
Potato plants absorb large quantities of potassium (K) throughout the growing season. It is therefore important that K availability to the plant is not limiting.
A recent study, led by Xiu-Qing Li of the Fredericton Research and Development Centre, reveals that some potato varieties can handle heat stress better than others.
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A national coalition of over 200 agricultural organizations and urban and rural water districts is... more »
Robin Buell, University Distinguished Professor at Michigan State University and a renowned plant genomics expert,... more »
Galena Russet is more resistant to the viruses PVY, PLRV and tuber net necrosis than Russet Burbank and Ranger Russet, but susceptile to early blight.
- Idaho Potato Conference
January 19 • Virtual Event
- Washington-Oregon Potato Conference
January 26 • Virtual Event
- National Council of Agriculture Employers Annual Meeting
February 2 • Washington, D.C.
- Wisconsin Potato & Vegetable Growers Association Education Conference and Industry Show
February 2 • Stevens Point, Wisconsin & Virtual
- Northern Plains Potato Growers Association Annual Meeting
February 16 • Grand Forks, North Dakota