July/August 2021

As sustainability continues to grab a larger share of public attention, food producers are meeting the challenge by coming up with new ways to get more out of available resources. Potatoes, one of ... more »
“A billion here, a billion there, and pretty soon you're talking real money." That quote popularly attributed to former Senator Everett Dirksen, who served in Congress from 1933 to 1969, almost s... more »
In April of this year, by a vote of 5-0, the Mexican Supreme Court ruled in favor of overturning a lower court decision that prevented the Mexican federal government from allowing imports of fresh U.S... more »
Without irrigation, profitable potato production would be unlikely in low rainfall regions. Proper season-long soil moisture is the key to maximizing tuber yield, quality and grower return.  In we... more »
The concept of regenerative agriculture is popular these days. The Rodale Institute states that regenerative agriculture “prioritizes soil health while simultaneously encompassing high standards for... more »
When the other kids were riding tricycles, Harry Dean Strohauer already had his sights set on driving tractors. If he saw a chance to cut school in favor of cleaning a ditch, young Harry would have gl... more »
Everything is in bloom at Wagner Farms in Rome, New York, where farm operations and the very business model have been remodeled around the concept of sustainability. The central New York state oper... more »

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