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Potato News from Montana

Brent Ruby, director of the Montana Center for Work Physiology and Exercise Metabolism at the University of Montana, led a recently published study that found that a regular hamburger, french fries and a Coke are just as effective as expensive energy supplements in helping athletes recover from intense workouts. (Courtesy: Tom Bauer; Missoulian.com)
University of Montana researchers have good news for endurance athletes hankering for a burger and fries after an intense workout: Dig in.
New ‘Focus on Potato’ Webcast Addresses Fungicide Resistance, Management
While weed resistance issues have been grabbing many headlines over the past few years, fungicide resistance has become an increasingly important issue this growing season—and likely for future growing seasons if sound resistance management practices are not adopted.
A potato that's purple on the outside and yellow on the inside is one of four new varieties coming to Montana to help attract new markets for the state's $40 million seed potato industry, says Nina Zidack, director of the Montana State University Potato Lab.
Tuesday, February 14, 2012
 Barry Jacobsen
'Focus on Potato' has published its latest webcast, titled: “Black Dot Root Rot of Potato'
Wednesday, December 29, 2010