May/June 2019

Nurturing potatoes was not how Alison Sklarczyk envisioned her future. Nurturing puppies was more like it. When Alison Hinshaw entered Michigan State University in 2001, she had her sights set on b... more »
In 2018, the Belgian potato processing sector achieved record growth, exceeding 5 million tons of processed potatoes. After last year's drought, production is facing challenges, however. »
Piles of scientific studies show that potatoes are exceptionally healthy and provide many of the essential vitamins and minerals athletes need for peak performance.   »
A look at Michigan State University's Blackberry cultivar. »
If John Keeling has been the National Potato Council’s face and voice for the past 17 years, Hollee Alexander has been its backbone. Alexander, whose official title is senior director, program an... more »
Spudman recently polled readers on how they're dealing with potato pests. Here are the results: »
[caption id="attachment_12611" align="alignright" width="225"] Nathan Tallman is the executive director of the Pennsylvania Co-Operative Potato Growers. Tallman with his son, Carter William Tallman, w... more »
From potato planting to row closure is a busy time for growers. It’s also a busy time for weeds. Getting the herbicides on at the right time and linking up with tillage operations between planting a... more »

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