January 2017

Complicated. It’s a word that kept coming up as John Keeling, National Potato Council’s (NPC) CEO and executive vice president, discussed foreign trade agreements such as the North American Fre... more »
Dan Moss and his son, Ryan, point out their farm’s latest invention as they watch their potatoes roll along a conveyor at a cellar in southeastern Idaho during fall harvest. A high-powered fan blows... more »
As the inauguration of Donald Trump as president draws closer, it presents the promise of a fresh start. The actions in the first 90 days are often considered a harbinger of what is to come. Whether P... more »
Neil C. Gudmestad has conducted research on the diseases of potato for over 39 years. He began his career in seed potato certification with the North Dakota Department of Agriculture and joined the fa... more »

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Happy New Year! May 2017 be full of promise,opportunity and success — the best that’s yet to be. [caption id="attachment_8880" align="alignright" width="300"] David Fairbourn, Spudman managing ... more »
With McDonald’s recently giving Pacific Northwest (PNW) process growers the green light to grow Clearwater Russet for french fry production, the variety promises to become a popular process cultivar... more »

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