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New Potato Varieties

New Potato Varieties

Gene find unlocks potato coloring
Scientists at The James Hutton Institute say discovery could help breed new colourful and improved potato varieties
Argentina: La papa resistente al PVY lista para salir al mercado
El evento transgénico, desarrollado por investigadores del CONICET y la empresa Tecnoplant, ya obtuvo todos permisos necesarios para su comercialización en el pais.
Thursday, January 10, 2019
Argentina: First PVY resistant potato will go on sale next year
After 20 years of biotechnological research, the first GM potato that is resistant to the PVY virus will go on sale next year in Argentina
Better and stronger potatoes using hybrid breeding
The potato breeding company Solynta in The Netherlands has successfully produced a hybrid breeding program for potatoes which will allow the rapid selection and turnover of favourable traits, traits which could help feed millions of people worldwide.
ITC's Technico partners with James Hutton Institute to introduce new potato varieties in India
James Hutton Limited, has entered into a five-year agreement with Technico Agri Sciences, a subsidiary of Indian company ITC Limited, to provide 16 potato varieties and 600 clones to be trialled and tested in India.
Wednesday, December 12, 2018
Argentina lanza la primera papa resistente al virus PVY
Después de 20 años de investigaciones, esta variedad saldrá a la venta el año que viene, con beneficios productivos y económicos estimados en 45 millones de dólares por año, sólo en el mercado argentino.
Tuesday, December 11, 2018
R. Dominicana: Coreanos muestran alternativas del cultivo de papa
La cooperación agrícola coreana en el país y el IDIAF presentaron alternativas tecnológicas sostenibles para elevar la productividad y reducir los costos de producción del cultivo.
A new Maine Potato Variety, the Caribou Russet, sees an increasing popularity
The Caribou Russet, a potato variety developed by the University of Maine and available since 2016, sees an increasing market