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At the age of 72, Bill Skinner runs the Boston Marathon fueled by Potatoes
Potato Grower Bill Skinner heads to Massachusetts this weekend to compete in his second Boston Marathon – at the age of 72.
Europa: Desarrollan sistema que predice si va a sobrar papa
El norte de Europa siembra cada vez más papa. Pero cuando hay mucha producción, los precios bajan. Para evitarlo, las organizaciones de productores desarrollaron un sistema que revela si hay excedentes y examina las posibilidades para absorberlos.
Friday, April 13, 2018
McCain Foods Limited makes strategic investment in Vertical Farming
McCain Foods Limited has completed a strategic investment in TruLeaf Sustainable Agriculture, an innovative Canadian agricultural technology company that has developed proprietary indoor vertical farming technology to grow fresh and nutritious leafy greens.
Potato Cooperative Agrico inaugurates its expanded greenhouse facilities
Potato Cooperative Agrico inaugurated its new greenhouse complex at the Agrico Research breeding station last Friday. This was followed by an Open Day on Saturday April 7 at the research station.
Fight over water in Klamath Basin affects potato growers
Farmers, fish advocates, tribes and government officials are headed to federal court in California on Wednesday (today) to argue who will get water — and when — in the Klamath Basin.
Closer cooperation Ishida and Heat and Control offer snack manufacturers 'end-to-end' equipment solutions
Ishida and Heat and Control are establishing a stronger collaborative alliance to provide food industry customers with full 'end to end' processing and packaging solutions.
Seed Potato Company HZPC publishes its latest CSR Report
How can we feed 9.8 billion world citizens in 2050? And provide them with nutrient-rich food that is produced with minimal environmental impact? That's a daily question for seed potato company HZPC. The progress made can be found in its latest CSR Report
FAO Food Price Index rises for the second consecutive month
The FAO Food Price Index (FFPI) averaged 172.8 points in March 2018, up 1.1 percent (1.8 points) from February, marking the second month of consecutive increase.
Saturday, April 7, 2018