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New Partnership Brings Major Agricultural Trade Show to Grand Falls, NB
A New Brunswick-grown industry partnership will see Grand Falls host an all-new edition of the major farming trade show AgriExpo this summer.
Bill Gates: 'We should discuss soil as much as we talk about coal'
In the latest addition to his blog (https://www.gatesnotes.com), Bill Gates highlights that in order to fight climate change, we need to look beyond decarbonizing the way we generate electricity. We need to look at agriculture for example...
Lanzan en Chile el Phytoestimulante Ecobios
Es un producto de origen natural que estimula a la planta para que absorba los nutrientes de la mejor manera. La presentación estuvo a cargo de Christophe De Mil, gerente de la farmaceutica Sofrapar.
Monday, October 15, 2018
Washington potato growers struggling to keep up with demand
The Washington State Potato Commission, headquartered in Moses Lake, Washington, has been pleasantly surprised by the weather and its impact on this year’s potato crop in the state.
McCain trialing multi-species cover crop blend for rotation in Canada’s potato provinces
Prince Edward Island potato growers are exploring diverse approaches to solve their low organic matter levels with cover crops
Los fosfitos, un condimento que entusiasma a los agricultores
En el cultivo papa se ha comprobado su eficiencia para controlar enfermedades causadas por Oomycetes y hongos verdaderos, como Phytophthora infestans, Streptomyces scabies, Rhizoctonia solani y Fusarium solani.
Congreso mundial acepta estudio sobre fertilizantes en papa criolla
Investigadores de la universidad colombiana Jorge Tadeo Lozano analizaron el comportamiento de las emisiones de Gases de Efecto Invernadero (GEI), comparando el fertilizante tradicional con uno recubierto con un bio-polimeto.
The next frontier: potato and precision agriculture
Potato cultivation has a number of quirks that make it both a prime candidate for precision agriculture and a little different than other crops