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Las amenazas que se ciernen sobre las papas
El cambio climático comienza a afectar al legendario alimento. En Perú, cuna de la patata, donde hay 4.000 variedades, campesinos y científicos temen daños ante las variaciones de heladas y lluvias.
Wednesday, August 21, 2019
Four 'resistancy' genes in current commercial potato varieties already defeated by Phytophthora Infestans
Recent research at the James Hutton Institute suggests that limited genetic differences in potato lineages has left British and American spuds vulnerable to late blight, the disease that caused the Irish potato famine.
Wednesday, July 31, 2019
ILVO, HOGENT, TRIAS en Peruaanse boeren en onderzoekers bundelen krachten rond aardappel-TUNTA's
ILVO, HOGENT and TRIAS in Belgium are hosting a Peruvian delegation to the Food Pilot (ILVO, Melle, Belgium) to get the production of so-called “tuntas” (freeze dried potatoes) in a small cooperative factory in the Andes.
Friday, July 5, 2019
Origins of the European potato
Plants collected by Darwin have helped reveal the ancestry of European potatoes.
Native potatoes, the new hope for Peruvian producers
In the Andes, at 3,600 meters above sea level, the more than 2,500 varieties of Peruvian native potatoes grow.
Wednesday, June 26, 2019
Productores logran 45 toneladas por hectárea de papa INIA 309-Serranita en primera cosecha
Agricultores del Centro Poblado de Huanchar, del distrito de Santa Rosa, provincia de Concepción, Junín, obtuvieron su primera cosecha de papa INIA 309-Serranita, una variedad liberada por el Instituto Nacional de Innovación Agraria (INIA).
Wednesday, June 19, 2019
Transfieren más de S/ 2 millones para mejorar cadena productiva de la papa
El Instituto Tecnológico de la Producción (ITP) red CITE del Ministerio de la Producción (Produce), transferirá más de dos millones de soles al CITEpapa para mejorar la competitividad de la cadena productiva del tubérculo y otros cultivos andinos.
Wednesday, June 12, 2019
Cornell University improves global access to potato breeding material
Plant breeders and geneticists of Cornell University have released more than 50 potato varieties since 1908. Now they are expanding their efforts to make more wild potato seeds available to potato breeders around the world.