April 2009

Buffer zones could lead to new application techniques

EPA's Reregistration Eligibility Decision for metam sodium is due out in July, and the decision could have drastic repercussions for potato growers in the Pacific Northwest. Metam sodium, a broad spec... more

Presque Isle’s Randy Leavitt wants to pass farming onto the sixth generation

Randy Leavitt may be Maine's Young Farmer of the Year, but he comes from family that's been growing potatoes for more than 100 years. Randy is the fifth generation of Leavitts to farm in Presque Isle,... more

Psychology of Buying

On a recent episode of NBC's Today" show, Martin Lindstrom showed host Meredith Vieira some of the subtle tricks that retailers use to sell items. What was most interesting was Lindstrom's credentials... more

Snowpack lower than average, but water supply looks sufficient

At first glance, Idaho's 2009 water supply appears to be sufficient to meet agricultural demands for the upcoming growing season, but appearances can be deceiving especially in Idaho.The Natural Resou... more

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