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Potato Cultivation

Breeders Trust 'detective work' catches seed potato company mixing in table potatoes
Earlier this month, Breeders Trust - an organisation looking after the interest of a.o. potato breeders - revealed a major fraud, concerning the switching of at least 200 tons of potatoes meant for consumption, to seed potatoes
Thursday, November 22, 2018
Interpom 2018 will be an edition of 'firsts' for Dewulf
Interpom 2018 will be an edition of 'firsts' for Potato Cultivation Equipment Supplier Dewulf
Monday, November 19, 2018
Grimme Interpom 2018
Agricultural Equipment manufacturer Grimme presents the EVO 290, the first bunker harvester with Airsep separation system at Interpom | Primeurs
Wednesday, November 14, 2018
REMA Environmental Machinery BV has developed a 48 Volt full electrical driven haulm puller / root cutter
REMA Environmental Machinery BV has developed a 48 Volt fully electrically driven haulm puller / root cutter for mechanical potato haulm (foliage) destruction in (seed) potatoes.
Agrico warns: 'Considerably less seed potatoes available for export'
During the annual potato variety show at Agrico the topic of discussion was not limited to unique varieties on display. The impact of the excessive heat and drought this season on the seed potato market was also a hot topic.
Drift reduction? Syngenta helps you to do it in an easy way...
Plant protection products should end up where they belong. Drift must be reduced to maximum. To help growers in a good application, Syngenta has developed the action 'Go Low - Go Slow - Get covered'.
Monday, November 12, 2018
Belgian Potato Equipment manufacturer AVR announces new dealers in Canada
AVR bvba, a Belgian manufacturer of agricultural potato equipment, has enlarged its dealer network in Canada with 3 new dealers offering their entire range of equipment.
Friday, November 9, 2018
NEPG estimates potato harvest 2018
The total potato harvest in the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany and France in 2018 will be at least 20 percent lower than last year, according to the latest estimates of the North-western European Potato Growers (NEPG).
Thursday, November 8, 2018