News on The Potato Supply Chain from Algeria
The potato value chain in the province of El-Oued, Algeria
July 18, 2022The potato sector in Algeria is considered to be a strategic crop for the economic development, many levers have been put in place in recent years to increase yield levels , which have been quadrupled to 5 million tons.
Algeria will again import potatoes
March 18, 2022After several years of self-sufficiency, Algeria will start importing potatoes again. The reason is that the prices of this basic product have soared on the market, in some areas exceeding 140 dinars (about USD 0.096) per kilogram.
Researchers identified and characterized potato dry rot and potato wilt pathogens in Algeria
January 15, 2021Among the 152 isolates collected from symptomatic potato plants and tubers in different provinces in Algeria, 13 species of Fusarium and Neocosmospora were identified.
Algeria will stop seed potato import in 2021, says Minister of Agriculture
December 11, 2018The Algerian Minister of Agriculture, Rural Development and Fisheries Abdelkader Bouazghi said that Algeria would stop the import of seed potatoes in 2021
Dutch Ambassador inaugurates Mooij Agro Potato Storage in Algeria
October 19, 2018Recently, a new box storage system installed by Mooij Agro in Algeria at Agrico Algérie was inaugurated in the presence of the Dutch Ambassador in Algeria, Mr. Robert van Embden and the local governor.
Algeria aims to make potato export 'structural'
April 14, 2016Minister of Agriculture, Rural Development and Fishing Sid Ahmed Ferroukhi stressed Thursday in Algiers that potato exports will continue during the three upcoming years to reach 70,000 tons.
Algeria announces new strategy to tackle rising potato prices
March 22, 2015The Algerian Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development, Abdelouahab Nouri, has announced a programme to tackle the problem of soaring potato prices, consisting in the adoption of a new marketing strategy to connect producers and consumers directly.
Algeria: Potato prices to normalise in May
April 24, 2012Over the past two weeks, the price of potatoes in Algeria tripled from 40 to 120 dinars as snow coverage has affected crops and speculators have exploited the situation.
New Brunswick farmer detained in Lebanon arrested on international criminal warrant
May 07, 2011A New Brunswick potato farmer who has been detained in Lebanon for more than 40 days is being improperly held on an international criminal warrant at the request of the Algerian government, according to his lawyer Rodney Gillis.