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Dutch agronomists help farmers in Myanmar boost their potato yield
Agricultural specialists from the Netherlands are helping potato farmers in Shan State, Myanmar. But not everyone is on board.
Should Seed Potato Growers start testing for Dickeya?
The potato disease Dickeya can be detected by laboratory testing — but is there enough of it present to justify the higher costs? That is the question facing Canadian Seed Potato Growers exporting to the United States who are increasingly asked for the test.
Plateau State Potato Value Chain Project in Nigeria to begin in June
The potato value chain project in Plateau state (Nigeria) - to be funded by the African Development Bank (AfDB) - will be formally launched in the state by June.
Potandon Produce Now Shipping Potatoes From Arizona
Potandon Produce L.L.C., the exclusive marketing agent for Pinto Creek Co., LLC in Eloy, Arizona, announced Monday that its fresh potato season has begun in Arizona.
Is there a future for potato farming in the traditional potato patch of Victoria?
For almost 50 years, Bernie White has grown potatoes in the rich, red, volcanic soil of Trentham, the traditional potato patch in Victoria, Australia. Now he doesn't know if his farm has a future.
Dicamba drift a new danger for potato growers
Soybean producers are gearing up to plant soybeans that are tolerant to both glyphosate and dicamba herbicides. Potato growers should be aware that both glyphosate and dicamba drift can cause irreparable damage in neighbouring potato crops
Opportunities for potato farming in Nigeria
Potato farming in Nigeria has the potential to generate billions of Naira (millions of USD) annually. Nigeria produces about 1.5 million tons of potato per year and has a per capita consumption of about 7kg per year. However, many farmers struggle to sell to formal commercial buyers, mainly due to poor product quality and lack of organization.
Colombia: Equipo que aplica plaguicidas a cultivos de papa recibe patente
La invención, desarrollada por la Universidad Nacional de Colombia (U.N.), aplica plaguicidas convencionales y biológicos por debajo del suelo para controlar el gusano blanco y la polilla guatemalteca, dos de las plagas más comunes en estos cultivos.
Thursday, April 27, 2017