Optimal storage practices start in the field and can hinge on a variety of factors and conditions, both with the tubers and inside their storage environment.
As we’ve seen this year with volati... more
As organizations adapt to the current COVID-19 realities, on June 25 the National Potato Council tried something new by holding our first-ever virtual summer meeting. Although we were disappointed we ... more
Now three months into the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, the situation remains fluid and unsettled for the potato industry and that likely will continue for quite some time.
When massive f... more
Being a farmer is not only risky due to unpredictable forces like nature and weather, agricultural work also is dangerous.
According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, agriculture ranks sevent... more
It’s not every day you get to meet a world-renowned potato expert in person, especially under current conditions. But the rules around social distancing have relaxed somewhat in Belgium, which allow... more
A pandemic doesn’t come with many positives, but it hasn’t been bad for the potato chip industry.
Unlike Western U.S. producers of russet and table-stock potatoes, who ended up with a surplus w... more
Growing a healthy potato crop and proper loading into storages present only the initial steps to ensure a steady, uninterrupted supply of potatoes throughout the year.
Depending on the varietal ch... more
Jolyn Rasmussen leads J.R. Simplot’s Raw Development and Sustainability team, which has a mission of “Bringing Earth’s Resources to Life.” The group includes agronomists, variety development a... more
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