May/June 2024

2024 Labor Report highlights grower concerns

Spudman survey reveals insights into labor challenges, solutions »
An orange-and-yellow Colorado potato beetle munches on a green leaf.

Neonicotinoids face growing resistance

Alternatives sought to help manage Colorado potato beetles »
Healthy potato plants show the promising results of genetic research when compared to thinner plants with less foilage

Promising development for late blight resistance

Global trials of 3R-gene potato show potential to combat billion-dollar problem »
Freshly unearthed potatoes on a bed of rich soil

Spuds surviving game of Whac-A-Mole in federal nutrition policy

NPC applauds recent USDA decisions, but the game goes on »

Spudwoman 2024: A next-level leader

Kelly Turner is growing the potato industry in Michigan and beyond »
Two men stand inside a huge pipeline with a clear blue sky in the background

The quest for an aquifer alternative

Project aims to replace deep well irrigation in the Columbia Basin »

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