November/December 2018

Growing a successful seed potato crop means navigating two major variables: weather and disease/pest pressure. For the most part, growers were able to clear these hurdles in the 2018 season. Grower... more »
Growing a successful seed potato crop means navigating two major variables: weather and disease/pest pressure. For the most part, growers were able to clear these hurdles in the 2018 season. Grower... more »

Biological sprout inhibitor could stop fungal growth

Given increased global regulation, there has been a search for alternatives to CIPC. One such alternative sprout inhibitor is the biologically derived molecule 1,4-Dimethylnaphthalene¬†(DMN) »
Multimillion dollar research initiative aims to give growers concrete advice on improving soil health. »
The introduction of hybrid breeding to potato breeding could be a real game changer. »
Chris Iott wanted to use only potatoes from his family's farm, Iott Seed Farm, to create a new potato-based spirit. »
Streich and Associates is on the edge of the Flathead National Forest and on the way to the gates of Glacier National Park. »

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