February 2019

Less than two years into his potato career, Idaho Grower Shippers Association President Shawn Boyle is already forging his place within the industry. »
Emma Atchley keeps her half-acre greenhouse as sanitary as a hospital and uses laboratory techniques to propagate potato plants. There’s no tolerance for the slightest trace of disease at the ear... more »
(Editor's Note: This story is part of a new Spudman feature called Global Perspectives by Melanie Epp. It will focus on the world potato industry and its important issues.) On March 29, 2016, 51.9 ... more »
For more than two decades college football teams have been traveling to Boise to play their hearts out at the Famous Idaho Potato Bowl (FIPB), which, for many players, one of the biggest events of the... more »
As a potato industry member, I am sure your answer to the question posed by this column’s headline is “potatoes.” But what if you are a competitive athlete? As a result of the new Potatoes US... more »
Mackinaw (MSX540-4) Parentage: Saginaw Chipper x Lamoka Developers: Michigan State University and MSU AgBioResearch Plant Variety Protection: To be applied for Strengths: MSX540-4 is a chip... more »
The premise that drones will change the landscape of agriculture has been around for several years now. As recently as 2016, the MIT Technology Review said drone usage was “revolutionizing” farmin... more »
Chakradhar “Chaks” Mattupalli’s experience in agricultural financing in India put him on a very different career path: plant pathology. In dealing with growers on a daily basis, Mattupalli was i... more »

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