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Potato Cyst Nematode (PCN)-infested roots under high magnification. Cysts, the bodies of female nematodes containing nematode eggs, are initially yellow and darken with age.
Potato cyst nematodes (PCN) are quarantine soilborne pests that damage potatoes around the world, stunting plants and reducing yields.
Aardappelzetmeelcooperatie Avebe sluit bijzondere campagne af
At the end of April, the last potatoes were delivered to Avebe in Gasselternijveen. Extreme drought and warm weather resulted in an exceptional potato campaign.
Saturday, May 11, 2019
Since the humble precursor to modern potato first domesticated in Peru 10,000 years ago, the tuber has branched off into thousands of different varietals. (Courtesy: Cultivate Michigan)
Since the humble precursor to modern potato first domesticated in Peru 10,000 years ago, the tuber has branched off into thousands of different varieties.
Potato processing factory to be built at Ol Kalou
A potato and vegetable processing plant will be built soon in Ol Kalou town. The factory, a collaboration of the Department of Correctional Services and Nyandarua county government, will mitigate post-harvest losses ...
Not surprisingly, potatoes from Hungary are running out. (Courtesy: Infostart)
Hungary hasn't been self-sufficient in the potato market for a long time, but the price of potatoes in February was still extraordinary.
The H-flow is FoodeQ solution for transportation of delicate products
The vibratory technology of FoodeQ is the ideal way to transport food products, but sensitive products require the FoodeQ H-Flow that ensures a far more gentle horizontal handling and conveying.
The market price of potatoes in Gansu, China recently showed a rising trend. (Courtesy: Global Potato News)
The market price of potatoes in Gansu recently showed a rising trend. Relevant data shows that the price of potatoes in Gansu increased by 16.67% in comparison with the same time last year.
The FAO Food Price Index (FFPI) rose in April 2019 to around 170 points
The FAO Food Price Index (FFPI) rose in April 2019 to around 170 points, 1.5 percent (2.5 points) higher than in March and marking its highest value since June 2018.
Thursday, May 9, 2019