Recent good news on the trade front has U.S. potato growers feeling optimistic, but work still remains on several initiatives the industry would like to see passed in the coming weeks and months.
Last year’s wildfires blanketed many potato-growing areas in smoke and ash. Here’s what we know about how it affects your crops.
USDA’s long-awaited 2017 Census of Agriculture has finally arrived. Find out which vegetable crops are growing — and shrinking — the most.
U.S. potato exports losses could exceed more than $400 million annually.
American Vegetable Grower Editor Carol Miller reached out to those participating in certification programs across the U.S., asking how they would improve the current system. Here are their responses.
The U.S. has many potato seed certifiers. Experts share the must-have elements to help you navigate the systems.
American Vegetable Grower‘s March issue cover story focused on how the Kimm family ensured its potato seed crop […]
Kimm Seed Potatoes uses extensive testing and teamwork to build its reputation for growing healthy seed.
ReLoad, a unique crop protection formula from Belchim USA for control of downy mildew plus other diseases, receives EPA registration.
Behind the inflammatory news of the day, successes have occurred this year that add up to growing points on the scoreboard in the fourth quarter of 2018.
University of Georgia Researchers have found the genetic mechanism that controls the shape of fruits, vegetables, and grains.
If you understand how this factor impacts production, you can partially manage your crop before you plant it.
Tye Thompson uses his small growing operation to test cutting-edge techniques with real-world results.
A number of factors play into the lower harvest, including Hurricane Florence.
Learn how to identify and treat this disease. As a bonus, see if your plants are eligible for free sample testing.
You’ll have more success protecting your crops if you understand the main threats for your region.
Americans still love potatoes and tomatoes best, USDA reports. Based on per capita consumption, the two vegetables lead […]