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Potato Cultivation

Potato Cultivation

Odisha approves major potato project with the International Potato Center to achieve self-sufficiency
The Odisha Government has decided to approve a major project with the International Potato Centre (CIP) focused on sustainable intensification of potato cultivation in order to achieve self-sufficiency in production in this Indian State.
Wilcox Fresh welcomes new Justin Reynolds as new CEO
Potato grower and packer Wilcox Fresh has appointed Justin Reynolds as the company’s new CEO.
Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Asociación de productores comercializa mas de mil ton de papa
17 familias del municipio colombiano de Toca han logrado distribuir más de 1.300 toneladas de papa, aumentando sus ingresos en un 35%. Y todo gracias a la creación y consolidación de la Asociación Agrícola de Toca, implementada por Reconciliación Colombia
Tuesday, February 19, 2019
Despite potato shortage in Kenya, Nyandarua County potato farmers hardly benefit
An acute shortage of potatoes has hit Nyandarua County, a top producer of potatoes in Kenya and in fact, the entire country is suffering from a shortage.
Monday, February 18, 2019
Mukunda Ranjit recognized as the scientist who saved the potato for Nepal
In Nepal, Mukunda Ranjit is recognized by the Kantipur Foundation as Kantipur Icon 2018 in the category Science and Technology for his work to make potatoes virus-free, pioneering this initiative in South Asia.
Thursday, February 14, 2019
Dewulf unveils very first mounted 3-row belt potato planter at SIMA 2019
Dewulf, a manufacturer of agricultural machines for the cultivation of potatoes and root crops, will present the mounted variant of the Structural 30 3-row potato planter for the first time at SIMA ’19.
Tuesday, February 12, 2019
Restaurants in Kenya face acute shortage of potatoes
Restaurants in Kenya are reeling from an acute shortage of Irish potatoes with the Agriculture ministry putting the supply gap at 1.7 million metric tonnes.
Saturday, February 9, 2019
Chile: La ola de calor no causó daños graves en los cultivos
Luis Miquel, Gerente del Consorcio Papa Chile, hace una buena proyección del mercado de la papa. Afirma que las altas temperaturas del verano no han sido una catástrofe, y califica al año de normal.
Saturday, February 9, 2019