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Looking for New Ways to Fuel Athletic Performance? Try A Potato
October 16, 2020
White potatoes are as effective as commercial sports products in exercise fueling, performance and recovery, according to research funded by the Alliance for Potato Research & Education.
Boulder Canyon Debuts New Thin & Crispy Potato Chips Made With Avocado Oil
October 16, 2020
Boulder Canyon brings adventurous, flavorful snack food innovation to those seeking a better-for-you experience with their new Thin & Crispy potato chips.
Report: The potato value chain in Morocco
October 16, 2020
The Wageningen Research Foundation (WR), being subsidised by the Ministry of Agriculture, Nature and Food Quality in the context of the Policy Support 'Sustainable agricultural development in a food system approach' published a study on the potato value chain in Morocco.
Appreciation of the food and agriculture sector increases, following years of decline
October 15, 2020
Public appreciation of the food and agriculture sector is greater in 2020 than it was two years ago. This applies to all sub-sectors, apart from pig farming, which is held in the same esteem as it was in 2018.
Large interest for participation at PotatoEurope 2021
October 13, 2020
Afgelopen week hebben de organisatoren van PotatoEurope 2021 de voorinschrijving voor oud-deelnemers van PotatoEurope geopend en nu al hebben zich een groot aantal deelnemers aangemeld voor de komende editie.
Harvesting, prices and future plans: the potato situation in the regions of Russia
October 10, 2020
Since the start of autumn, potato producers in the regions of Russia have been facing many challenges, new and old. In the Russian Federation, the average annual volume of potatoes used for food purposes is estimated to be at 13-14 million tons, which makes potato one of the most important crops in Russia. In this article, we present information about the potato situation in various regions of Russia.
Rick Peters, vegetable pathologist with Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada in Charlottetown, says scab is increasing on P.E.I. because of changing weather patterns. (Kirk Pennell/CBC)
October 06, 2020
Two research scientists on P.E.I. have spent their summer trying to grow a better potato, more resistant to scab and greening, which are both costly problems for potato growers.
La investigadora Ximena Silveyra del Instituto de Investigaciones Biológicas en Mar del Plata, Argentina
October 05, 2020
La investigadora Ximena Silveyra del Instituto de Investigaciones Biológicas en Mar del Plata, Argentina, lleva adelante el proyecto que estudia el efecto protector de neuronas de moléculas presentes en la papa.
World Potato and Europatat Congresses, Ireland, 2021 – Postponed until 2022
October 01, 2020
World Potato Congress Inc., Europatat and the Irish Potato Federation have announced the postponement of the World Potato Congress (WPC) and the Europatat Congress planned for May/June in Dublin in 2021 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Chinese researchers identify a new potato disease
September 29, 2020
Undescribed disease has been observed on potato plants during the growing season, and in tubers during the storage period, from Nileke County, Qitai County and other locations in Xinjiang, China.
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