Freeze protection tactics prove fruitful as local producers look to gain from Georgia’s loss.
The introduced genetic material is from wild potato varieties that are resistant to late blight.
National Potato Council’s John Keeling weighs in on how President Trump’s picks for to head up EPA and Department of Agriculture will impact vegetable growers.
Learn how to identify, the survival and spread, as well as management methods for this malady that goes by many names.
Minecto Pro from Syngenta has received EPA approval for use in specialty and vegetable crops to control lepidopteran and other pests.
With food security at stake, breakthrough in genetic research could help prevent more strains of the deadly pathogen from entering the U.S.
The farm plants a rotation of potatoes, barley, wheat, and alfalfa to reduce pest pressure and uses IPM techniques throughout the farming operation.
Dwayne Weyers of Aspen Produce in Colorado was chosen as the next president of the National Potato Council.
Syngenta’s CruiserMaxx Vibrance receives EPA registration.
High-quality seed stock with a guaranteed low incidence of disease is the first step to success.
Unique modes of action the main feature of modern chemistries.
Slated for Jan. 4-6, the expo includes 46 networking hours for growers.
The Miravis brand contains a new active ingredient that is currently pending EPA approval.
Klompien replaces the retiring Jerry Wright.
Making good use of data and a focus on efficiency are critical in sustainable agricultural operations.
A bacteria found in roundworms could be a future control of a root-hungry pest in raspberries and potatoes.
The skins of all varieties are edible, but appearance and periderm health both play an important role in whether people will want to eat them or not.