November/December 2007

Facing an Energy Crisis

As I write this column, the futures market for a barrel of crude oil is expected to top $100, surpassing the $95 inflation-adjusted cost in 1980. In 1999, oil futures hit a low price of $11, but have ... more

More than two dozen have ownership in Nebraska’s largest seed-potato company

Alliance, Neb., may best be known for Carhenge, a tourist spot featuring old cars stacked to look like the United Kingdom's Stonehenge. But the small town in western Nebraska also is home to the state... more

MOU will help market export potatoes

Seed certification agencies throughout the United States are working toward an agreement that will make marketing potatoes internationally easier.The State National Harmonization Program Memorandum of... more

Total acres, top varieties decline

The top varieties of seed potatoes by acreage saw some big gains and some big losses in 2007. More than 300 varieties of seed potatoes were certified, but more than 70 percent of the total acreage app... more

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